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M. ANNiEI LUCANI 



PHARSALIA. 



EXCUDEBAT A. MOESSARD, 



TYPOCRAPHVS. 



M. ANNJEI LUCANI 



PHARSALIA 



CUM THOMjIE maii supplemento 



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RERUM ET VERBORUM INDICE 

QDIH DISP0SD1T IT IHIHDJLVIT 

Petbus-Augustus LEMAIRE 



VOLUMEN POSTERIUS. 

PABS ALTRRA. 





PARISIIS 

COLIIGEBIT SICOLAUS ELIGISS lEHAIRE 



MDCCCXXXir. 



SUPPLEMENTUM 

LUGANI 



LIBRI SEPTEM 



AUCTORE THOM A UAIO ANGLO. 



//. Part altera. 



SUPPLEMENTUM 

LUCANI. 



LIBER PRIMUS. 



ARGUMENTUM. 

Rex Ptolcmaeus, a Csesarc dimissus, bellum parat. Oraculum Serapidis. 

Ptolemxi mors. 

9 
» 

X ERDIDERANT freUi sseva minas^ et ab aequore tutus, 

Tutus ab insidiis imbellibus et scelerata 

^gypti rable, consedit litore Caesar, 

Vindictam spirans; tantaque efferbuît ira, 

Quantam non Pharii potuit restinguere regni s 

Exitium. Justa est belii data causa gerendi : 

Sed pudor, et magnam premit îndignatio nientem, 

Bella dări tam justa, aut mollem audere Canopum 

Caesareas iras, infestaque tela mereri, 

Quae vix arniipotens est ausa lacessere Roma; io 

Nec damno tantas iras leviore luisset, 

Quam libertatis jactura, et funere Magni. 

Quod tamen incolumis per tanta perieula Gaesar 
Evasit, Superis poteras ignoscere, Roma, 
Si sola ^gyptus redivivae vulnera dextrac is 

Et saevos posthac gladios sensura fuisset. 
Inferias tibi, Magne, pias haec bella dedissent 
Et gratas Latio. Fharia de clade triumphum 
Victori placida donasset fronte senatus, 

1.. 



SUPPLEMENTUM 

Templa coronasset votis, plausuque superbum 
Spectasset laeto currum Romana juventus. 
Haec patriae forsan victoria conciliasset 
Caesaris arma siiae, ni dira sequentia bella, 
Ni Libycae clades, et tristis funcra Mundae 
Victrices alio foedassent crimine dextras. >^ 

At Nili scelerata cohors, quae sceptra dedisset 
Reginae Arsinoe, subito mutata rebellat, 
Femineum imperium, fastusque exosa superbos 
Eunuchi Ganymedis, et implet castra tumidtii. 
Nec pavîdum murmur; consensu audacia^crevit, so 
Tantaque turba metu poenarum solvit ali onmi. 
Nec mora : delecti ad tentoria Caesaris ibant, 
Invita Arsinoe, pacem regemquc petentes, 
Et delictorum veniam, dirumque Pothinum, 
Ut scelerum auctorem, etsaîvum exsecrantur Achillam, 
Qui facinus merita jam tandem morte luissent. 36 

Ausonius ductor, quamvis jam fervidus ira, 
Pafcem optans^ Phariaque timcns regione teneri, 
Dum procul Emathiaî coeant fragmenta ruinae, 
Dum^ quas dispersit clades Pharsalica, rursus ^o 
Jungantur vires, et castra hostilia crescant, 
Câştigat primo dictis; mox^ fronte serena, 
Dat veniam precibus; nec tanta Caesaris ira 
Dignatur viles popidos, impendere totos 
Irarum fluctus cupiens civilibus armis. 45 

Nil, nisi Romani imperii patriaeque ruinas, 
Aut scelera esse suiş aut digna pericula fatis 
Credit, et imbellem Ptolemaeum in regna remittit. 
Quid tandem, miserande puer, tibi proderit ista 
Libertas, quam morte lues, regnique ruina? so 

Tutior ali! longe custodia Caesaris esset, 
Quam data libertas; nec quum captivus agebas, 



LUCANI. LIB. I. 5 

Esse nocens poteras. Te saevi Caesaris ira 
Liberat, ut fieres. Phariae nam noverat aulae 
PerjSdiam, raoresque tuos, tua crimina sperans, 55 
Ut mox justa cadas Cleopatrae victima regno; 
Cujus adulterii pretium Nilotica sceptra 
Donabit Caesar, dulcique împendet amori. 

Nec Latium versuta ducem spes ista fefellit. 
Namque infelicem Ptolemaeum in regna remîssum, 
Sive -^gyptiacae fuit inconstantia gentis, 61 

Seu regis vitium, confestim oblivio cepit 
Et dextrae fîdeique datae : nova bella paral)at, 
Gonsiliis pravis, et spe delusus inani; • 
Inque suam accelerat properantia fata ruinam. cs 
Et ne subsidiis adcrescant castra marinis 
Caesarea, instructam disponit in aequora classem, 
ijua levis ^gypto disterminat unda Canopum. 
Incoeptum visa est primum fortuna juvare. . 
Incidit in classem hanc, sociis di visa carinis, 7» 

Caesaris una ratis, quac fortem Euphranora vexit : 
Hanc omni Phariâe puppes ştatioue solutae 
dircumeunt : periit numeris oppressa triremis. 

Regius interea per Deltam exercitus ibat 
Terrestris, multasque via muniverat arces. 75 

Jam belii niolem pulcherrima Delta tenebat, 
Delta, ^gyptîaci decus atqiie opulentia regnî^ 
Per cujus virides sinuato gurgitc campos 
Huc illuc ludit JNilus, gyrisque recurrens 
Nune ambit, nune implici tis intersecat undis «« 

Pinguia culta suiş, et nigra ditat arena. 
Huic nomen terrae dat litera Delta triformi. 
Oceano boreale latus defenditur, in quem 
Infundit şese septeno gurgite Nilus. 
jQuoB restant Intera iude duo , duo brachia Nili «^ 



6 SUPPLEMENTUM 

Ultima constituunt. Haec inter brachia^ qiiinque 
In mare gurgitibus per Deltam volvitur amnis. 

Magnus ab iEthiopum campis nigrantibus amnis 
Volvitur, atque mio longe decurrit in alveo 
Usque ad planitiem , qua surgit maxima Mempliis, 90 
Pyramidum aggeribus totum celebrata per orbem. 
Indulsit nimium faciles telluris opima) 
Fertilitas fruges populo, nimiumque pepercit 
Agricolae manibus, tanti jactura laboris 
Ut fieri possit^ moles ut vulgus inanes, 9^ 

Vanaque pyramidum miracla stupesceret orbis. 
Tot potuere manus steriles invertere glebas, 
Emendaresolum, muris circumdare terras, 
£t tanto imbellem munimine cingere gentem, 
Ut non incursum populi timuisset eoi, »«» 

Non Persarum acies, pharet^ataque robora Susae; 
Nec Macetum asratae cessisset praeda phalangi 
Fertilis ^gyptus; sed inexpugnabilis armis, 
Atque sui juris seclum mansisset in omne. 

Volvitur a Memphi partito gurgite Nilus^ >o5 

Extremoque, Eurum versus, ferit aequora comu 
Ad Pelusiacas arces; at gurgite moUis 
Adluit occiduo litus portumque Canopi. 
Huic dedit antiquum Menelai navita nomen, 
Litore, si famse credas, tumulatus in isto, no 

Quum Pharii justus tenuit diademata regrii 
Proteus. Eripuit Paridi castissimus iile 
Tyndarida, et nullo vitiatam crimine servans. 
Post Trojam excisam ferro flammisque, marito 
Reddidit. Haec tellus inter duo flumina Delta est n^ 
Dives opum, dives pecorum, laetisque colonum 
Frugibus exsaturans, atque urbibus inclyta magnis. 
Quid Bulum, Bulive lacum, quo gentibus olim 



LUCANI. LIB. I. 7 

INiliacis responsa dabat Phoebeîa mater? 119 

tjuid saevam hospitibus memorem Busiridis urbem^ 
Fiinestasque aras? Teve, urbs pulcherrima, nomen 
Cui Vaius îpsa dedit? vel te delubra Minervse 
Alta tenens^ Sais, quam rex Psammiticus olim 
Condidit? antiquae juxta stant moenia Mendes, 
Qua Deus Arcadiae Pan pastoralis in urbe ns 

Relligione patrum colitur. Cum matribus illic 
{Ut perhibent) capri coiere, et, semine mişto ^ 
Foedavere uteros. Olim sic iile creatus^ 
<Jui pueri nimio Cyparissi ardebat amore. 

Ante tamen quam rex Ptolemaeus ab urbe Canopo 
Per Deltam transire parat (nam nota Canopo i3t 
Templa Serapis habet) scrutări oracula Divum, 
£t belii casus cupit explorare futuros. 

Hic Deus alta tenens molii delubra Canopo^ 
Quem serpentina Nilotica terra figura «s5 

Vicinique colunt^ non voce oracula reddit, 
Comiger ut Libycis colitur qui Syrtibus Hanmion; 
Non esuve, fameve, vdut Memphiticus Apis^ 
Cferta boni, fative mali prassagia pandit; 
Nec Phoebo similis Cyrrhaeo, virginis implet 140 
Concussos artus miserae^ quam poena recepti 
Numinis, aut pretium mors immatura sequatur : 
Erudit at placide humanam per somnia mentem^ 
Noctumşqu^ quiete docet; nulloque labore 
Hic tantum parta est pretiosa scientia^ nuUo »45 

Excutitur studio verum. Mortalia corda 
Tune Deus iste docet, quum sunt minus apta doceri, 
Quum nuUum obseqtiium'praestant, meritisque fatentur 
Nil şese debere suiş; tune recta scientes, 
Quum nil scire valent. Non illo tempore sensus «so 
Humanos forsan dignatur numen inire^ 



8 SUPPLEMENTUM 

Quum propriiş possunt per se dlscursîbus uti^ 
Ne forte humanae ratio divina coiret. 

Jamque sacerdotes regem in penetralia templi 
Duxerunt. Tyrio resplehdens sanguine et auro »«5 
Stratus erat lectus, quo tu^ Ptolemaee^ recumbens 
Fatidici infelix captais praesagia somni. 
Sacratos intrant templi sola illa recessus 
Somnia^ qiise Deus ipse creat : nam caetera cuncta^ 
Quae vel temjperies varias, variosve sequuntur ««<» 
Corporis humoFCs^ vel quae repetiti diei 
Aut studiat aut curse finxerunt^ somnia templo 
Exţeriore volant^ multas imitantia formas. 
Iţlic prse reliquis fuscam exhilarantia noctem 
Formosa specie, roseisque volantia pennis, »« 

Sanguinea apparent, templique in margine ludunt. 
His quoque de Veneris campo, placidoque vireto, 
Miile pharetrati fratres, gens mollis Amorum, 
Occurrunt noctu, et templo consortia jungunt. 
Illic flammatis alis, vel fulguiis instar >?• 

Noctumaeve facis, per summa cacumina templi. 
Somnia de flava nascentia bile,' volatu ' '* 
Irato strepitant, tamquam hpstem quaerere semper 
Audacem, et ss^vas assueta lacessere pugnas; 
Excelsoque parant caelum superare volatu. «:5 

At contra timide tenebrosa per atria templi, 
Quae nigra de bile fluunt, demissius ibantţ 
Noctumaeque ut aves, strident feralibus alis, 
Inter busta volant, et fbedis sola sepulcris 
Invitant Stygios moesta ad consortia manes. >>o 

Illic per postes, albataque moenia templi, 
Ignavo incessu, tardae testudinis instar^ 
Somnia, quae pituita creat, trepidantia serpunt; 
Ke si forte ,cadant, liquidis mergantur in undis : 



4'- 



LUCANI. LIB/ I. 9 

Nam semper vana falluntur imagine lymphas. >*5 
Hasc inter volitant imitantia miile figiiris 
Quidquid agunt hominespassim j totidemque fermitur^ 
Quot patitur magnus diversa negotia mundus, 
Aut objecta tenet. Cedunt haec somnia cuncta 
Divinis, quae dat Numen^ longeque remota, »«» 

Npn audent templi sacros intrare recessus. 

Noc|;e fere media Ptolemaei pectora somnus 
Vîcerat optatus^ quum jam divina Serapis 
Sonmia^ muţandum ^gypti narrantisr regnum ^ 
Miserat. Incessu tardo delubra petebat 19^ 

Bos niger ingenti specie; geminisque midabat 
Pelle insignitus stellis : quarum altera tergo, 
Altera fronte fuit media. Lugubre videtur 
Mugire, atque oculis lacrimas effundere nigris, 
Gonfectus macie^ tamquam qui pabula nuUa "<> 

Gustasset ipoerens. Post, majestate decora, 
Incediţ, quamviş pullato femina cultu, 
Turrigero laceros efiundens vertice crines, 
Atque catenatos tendens post terga lacertos. 
Tum, velut infemi plorarent carcere manes, aos 

Erupit subito tumulis lacrimabile murmur 
Ex imis; scindi regalia Mausolea 
Vidit, et erupto Ptolemaeum exire sepulcro 
Lagaeum primo; reliquos hune ordine reges 
Pone sequi, miserae crudelia fata gemen tes. ^«o 

His vero attonitus visis Ptolemaeus (ab omni 
Nam gelidus trepido manavit corpore sudor) 
Excusso somno, templum circumspicit omne, 
Talia Divorum quaerens ostenta; sed illa 
Quae vidit clausis, oculis non vidit apertis. ='»^ 

Jamque sacerdotes veniunt, et somnia regis 
Audita horrentes, hinc lamenlabilc fatum, 



«o SUPPLEMENTUM 

■ 

Atquc propinquautem regni dixere ruinam 
NUiaci. Turn Dis patriis lustrantur^ et aras 
Incendunt votis. Sed Di propiore ruina »»• 

Te, Ptolemaee^ premunt. Casus, miserande, fiituros 
Dum patriae narrat , celat tua fata Serapis. 

Interea valido Mithridates agmine, nuper 
Per Cilîcum populos Syriaeque extrema coaclo , 
Ad Pelusiacam properans pervenerat arcem, "« 

Quae vindem ^gyptum Syriae disterminat arvis. 
Nam tota ^gyptus claustris munita duobus 
Nititur : accessiim prohibens arx ista pedestrem, 
Ut Pharos aequoreum : tanti sunt moenia regni. 
Sed non egregium omnino Pelusia tardant ^s* 

Claustra ducem : una dies arcemqufe cxpugnat et urbem. 
înde răpit Celeri Mithridates agmine cursum , 
Et se Cassareis properat conjungere castris. 
Hoc metuens, equitum praemiserat agmina turmis 
Obvia Caesareis Ptolemseus^ dum sibi castra ^^ 

Colle locat celso, late qui despicit omnem 
Planitiem^ ^gyptus qua terram effusa patentem 
Explicat. Est proprio mons undique robore tutus : 
DifTicilem declive solum, praîruptaque saxa 
Una parte dabant adscensum : tuta palude »4» 

Pars alia est : rapido pars tertia cingitur amne. 
Sola angusta aditus ad montem prsebuit isthmos. 

Sed non castrorum tanto munimine tutum 
Se satis esse raţus, procul illo arcere parabat 
Caesaris occursumj pontes, aditusque remotos ^45 
Milite custodit praemisso , et dissita longe 
Flumina necquidquam infelix! defendere tentat. 
Nam neque Romanis animis fiducia cessit 
Contra hostes, contraque locos pugnare paratis; 
Virlutem Phariac nec sustinuere catcrvae «5o 



LUGANL LIB. I. 1 1 

Ausoniam. Cedunt ripis, et terga per agros 
Praecipites dantes^ victoribus omnta liuquunt. 
G^ntectam vidit castris Ptolemaeus ab altis 
Corporibus terram^ rubefactaque caede suorum 
Prata^ quibus steterant^ proprii praesagia fati -^^o 
Tristia concipiens animo; dum castra pctentes, 
Quos fuga servavit, pauci^ non viribus augent 
Auxiliove suos^ iiliplent sed cuncta timore. 
Quorum victores fugîentia terga sequuti 
Instabant j acrîque ad regia castra tumultu =»<>« 

Perveniunt : quae jam Caesar conamine toto, 
Duiii fortuna caiet ^ dumque omnîa plena timore, 
Impiger adgreditur. Nec adhuc victoria certa 
Esse videbatur, Pharii dum castra tenebant. 
« Ite, viri, dixit^ belloque imponite finem : »*« 

Virtutis pretium, mercedem sanguinis, auro 
Argentoqjie referta tenent tentoria regis : 
Niliacas gemmas^ Erythraeo e litore conchas^ 
Totque simul procerum congestas undique gazas; 
Quae vobis debentur, ait, nune sumere restat, a-o 
Et rapere a victis». Nec praedam quaerere tantani 
Segnis erat miles^ parvam primo occupat isthmon : 
Sola aditum haec praebens dîsjungit ab amne paludcm. 
Illam praecipue pubes iEgyptîa servat : 
Ulic concurrunt, oriturque miserrima caedes. ays 
Hos formîdo ingens, et, si vincantur în armîs, 
Desperata salus : praedae spes excitat illos. 
lUic immensa rabie decemitur^ amnis 
Atquepalus multo foedantur utrimque cruore; 
Semianimesque artus, et saucia corpora volvunt, aso ' 
Quae gemino pereunt fato. Dumque hostibus liosles 
Conseruere manus, alternaque brachia nexu 
Robusto tenucrc; cadunt in flumina juneţi,- 



12 SUPPLEMENTUM 

Nec furiosa iilic liuquunt certaratna : piigna 
Contendunt ambo^ collapsî flumîne, vana; &sj 

Nam victum Stygîas "sequitur cîto victor ad uinl)ras. 

Dumque omnes îlla castrorum parte feroccs 
Concnrrere manus Phariaej celsum undique Gaesar 
Contemplans montem, praerupta parte videbat, 
Qua miseris est collis uieipugnabilîs esse ^90 

Niliacis visus, nuUo custode teneri; 
Confestîmque leves îlluc jubet ire catervas, 
Quas Carfulenus duxit. Nec dura videntur 
Hdec xnandata ducis : scandunt acclivia saxa^ 
Praecîpitemque locum capiunt. Mors opprimit inde^os 
Niliacos, poterat minîmo unde labore repelli. 
Jam Carfulenus per colleni adscenderat audai , 
dumque levi iixtrarat Ptolemaei castra cohorte. 
Attoniti fugîunt custodes ^ castra tumultu 
Implenturj subitîs perculsi casibus omi^s^ 3oo 

Huc iUuc mîseri dîscurrunt : quidve rellnquant, 
Quidye petant, capti non norunt. Caesananî, 
Dum trepidant intus^ dum <x)nfi€it omnia terror, 
Acriter instantes irrumpuot undique castris. 
Implorat frustra veniam gens victa : furentes sos 
Nec tenuit Gaesar gladios : mactare nocentes 
Imperat, invisoque orbem purgare cruore. 
Pars turbae miserae Latiis nutrita sub armîs^ 
Et de Romuleis legionibus ante fuîsset. 
Hos olîm e Syria duxit Gabinîus audax 3io 

Exsulis auxilio regis; belloque peracto 
Pila satellitio Phario Romana relîquit. 
Tempore torpuerant vires^ luxuque Ganopî 
Coeperunt fracti veteres dediscerc ritus, 
Atque iEgyptîacos pauUatîm adsumere morcs. ^is 

Non piocnl a castris fiigiens conspcxit in unâib 



LUCANl. LIB. r. t3 

Rex miser haud magno pendenlem a ftine carinam; 
Et cito conscendens, comiles de litore jussît 
Solvere : purpureos humeris dejecit amictus, 
Ne nosci fugiens posset. Sed dura salutem «a© 

Fata negant^ mîsero detracta insignia solunr 
Hoc, Ptolemaee, dabant, ut vilior umbra jaceres. 
Namque banc de castris iEgyptia turba carinam 
Adsequitur fugiens, properantque adscendere cunclî.» 
Gaesarei urgebant gladii post terga^ fugabat 3*5 

Jam timor officium : pavidis reverentîa nulla 
Regis erat, nîmio dum pondere victa carina 
Deficit, et rapidis Ptolemaeus mergitur undîs. 

Plebeio exstinctus fato, gelidoque sepultus 
Rex, iEgypte, tuus Nilo jacet, ultima tantae 33© 

Et miseranda domus soboles! non Mausoleis 
Excclsis babitant naanes^ non regia templis 
Condita, marmoreis aut montibus ossa quiescunt, 
Lagaeae de more domus, quae funera luxu, 
Divitiisque solet nimiis violare sepulcra. . 335. 

Quam breve crudeles regnum, Ptolemaee, dederunt 
Di tibi! non aliter Pharium diadema gerebas, 
Hostia quam tristem gestat montura coronam. 
Sed breviora tamen si Di tibi regna dedissent, 
Ad Styga venisses felicior umbra, priusquam 34a 
Sanguine Niliacas perfudit Magnus arenas, 
Depulso qui sceptra tuo dedit ante parenti. 
Te nune occisi, rex ingratissime, Magni 
Manibus inferias Gaesar, quem demeruisse 
Crimine sperasti, mittit^ generique perempti 345 
Ne possit debere nefas, ulciscitur ipse, 
Inque tua titulum pietatis caede requirit. 

Pellaeam tendens victor jam Csesar ad yrbem, 
Ne ducis adventum tanti, justasque timerct 



i4 SUPPLEMENTUM LUGANI. LIB. I. 

Iras victoris sibi conscia turba i*ebellis^ ir^o 

Praemittit veniam cunctls^ trepidantia solveas 
Corda metu : leges populo, proavitaque jura 
Se concessurum adfirmans^ et debita stirpi 
Lagaeae dudum Pharii dîademata regni. 



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SUPPLEMENTUM 

LUCANI. 



LIBER SECUNDUS. 



ARGUMENTUM. 

C^esar, amore Cleopatrx captus , io ^gypto moratur, dum L. Scipio 
cum rege Juba bcllum in Africa renovat. Canar Pbarnacem -vincit. 

kJPLENDiDA Pellaeam celebrant jam festa per urbein, 
Et ducis Ausonii laudes ad sidera toUunt 
Servali cives^ dum passîm altaria fumant, 
Votaque Dis solvunt. Nescîs, gens impîa, nescîs 
Cui causae hanc debes veniam, patrîaeque salutem. s 
Non hanc semîdeive canes, aut barbara praestant 
Numina, queîs ritu persolvîs vota profano; 
Nec ducis inflectunt animum fulgentia tecta, 
Non veterum monumenta ducum , non templa Deorum , 
Nec Macetum cineres regis, quos Caesar adorat «o 
Plus arîs templîsque tuis : sed inanîa sacra , 
Inilrmosque Deos facie Cleopatra potente 
Protegit, et slupro redimit Memphitica sceptra. 
Nec visum est aequum caelestîbus, ut meliori 
Deberent causae tam turpîa regna salutem. »5 

Jamque sui Pharias regnans Cleopatra per urbea 
Auctorem fatî regali splendida cultu 
Excipit, et magno celebrat convivia luxu. 
Atria fulgebant tali laqncala paratu, 



i6 SUPPLEMENTUM 

Qualem inagna solent, sed jam ruitura^ studere a« 
Regna, quibus veteres, quas longa potentîa fecit, 
Ostentantur opes^ vitiis alimenta futuris. 
Sed non divitîde, non auro fulva supellex, 
Gemixiative tori passim^ pictive tapetes 
Caesareos pascunt oculos; nec talia curat ^ »s 

Dum prope sidereo cunctis spleudoribus ore 
Praeradiat, vultuque xnovet Cleopatra superbo. 
Hanc videt, huic oculis et pectore totus inhderet; 
Quoque magis cernit, magis ardet^ caetera visu 
Splendid^ quse priino y sordent objecta secundo : ^ 
Femineus decor augetur, crescitque revisus. 
Purpui'eas stupet iile comas, et candida coUa, 
Queis genunis lux major inest. Abscondere formam 
Divitiae eximiam, non exomare videntur^ 
Quamvis non desunt Erythraeo e litore geimriae, 3* 
Non spolia Eoi Gangis, non quidquid in undis 
Volvitur Assyriis, aut dives mittit Hydaspes^ 
Non Arabum ex petris viridi splendore Smaragdus, 
Nec lapis auratus, quem dat Mareotica tellus. 
Sidereis adamas radiis hebetatur ocelli^ 4o 

Quoque minus lucet, formae magis auget honorem. 
Sapphinun pulchro pendentem pectore yincunt 
Cserula venarum violaria^ labra rubinus 
Non roşea aequaret, nisi primo victa fuisset, 
Et pudor augeret, quem dat Natura, ruborem. 45 

Ausbnius ductor, jamdudum saucius, ignem 
Concipit înde novum, nimioque accenditur acstu; 
Nec placidam celare studiet, sed pascere flammam : 
(C Quaenam, inquit, nostris obstare potentia votis, 
Aut quae fama potest? quid sic durissima virtus «o 
Oppugnata ageret? Facies absolveret ista 
Judice raptorem caelo : nam talia quondam 



LUCANI. LIB. IL 17 

Stupra Deis summis celebres tribuere poetac^ 
iEthere qui toties posuere Tonantis amicas\ 
£t forma eximias fecere Heroidas astra. ss 

Temporibus si visa illis Cleopatra fuisset^ 
Nou coma Niliacae Berenîces aurea cselo 
Fulsîsset^ pulchrae nec Pleiades astra fuissent^ 
Non stupri- pretium radîantia plaustra tulisset 
Gallisto^ aut Bacchi conjux formosa coronam^ &* 
Donec partem aliquam Cleopatrae stella sereni 
Nobilitare poli certam dignata fuîsset. 
Jupiter exemplum mihi sit, quem saepe coegit 
Saevus Amor magno furtim descendere caelo; 
Vel potius nostra absolvant delicta Tonantem, « 
Csesareumque Jovi veniam det nomen amoris )). 

Ne, Cassar, tua vota time : non pervigil ista 
Hesperidum serpens fulgenlia poma tuetur : 
Nec nimio forma est haec custodita pudore. 
Sed puerilis Amor, vanique Cupidinis ignes, 7* 

Pectora qui stimulare solent innoxia vulgi, 
Pastoresque rude§ urunt, rurisque puellas, 
Non tibi rem peragunt, Caesar : nec causa domare 
Vulgaris potuit reginae corda superbae; 
Formosamve tuis Cleopatram amplexibus ofFert 7* 
Dulcis amor venerîs : sed regni insana cupido^ 
Majestas, nimiisque optată potentia votis. 
Hic amor adfectus alios Ptolemaeidis omnes 
Pectore sustulerat. Penitus si nullus inesset 
Venarum calor, aut artus depasceret ignis, «o 

Lasqivos tamen amplexus in Caesaris isset 
Frigida , et ambitio solvîsset tanta pudorem. 
Quae te causa fidem, Caesar, violare coegit, 
Visceraque in patriae sceleratos împulit enses, 
Emathios Lâtio perfundens sanguine campos; ss 

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i8 SUPPLEMENTUM 

lila pudicitiam reginse in pectore vicit, 
Prostituitque tibi. Nec quisquam Caesaris altos 
Suspicîat posthac animos^ quum spiritus idem 
Femmeum impellit pectus. Qua Gaesar^ eadem 
Ambitîone nocens facta est Cleopatra : fidelis 9» 
Nec manet hic civis, nec conjux illa pudica. 

Ne tamen îllicito Gâesar videatur amori , 
Non patriae vicisse suae (nam ^gyptia tellus, 
Vîcta licet^ nondum Lada est provincia facta, 
Sed sceptro subjecta manet), veiîtuscjue rebellemss 
Nîliacum subito populum, si regna teneret 
Femina, dum stirpis Lagaeae mascula proles 
Vivat adhuc, puenun Ftolemaeum lustra videntem 
Vix bina, Arsinoes, quam duxerat ante, sororis 
Conjugio avulsum Cleopatrae junglt; et illum >oo 
Immaturum annis Phario diademate cingit« 
Hune vocat iEgyptus regem; Cleopatra maritum ; 
Defunctique locum fratris supplere videtur 
Conjugio et regno. Quid praeter nomina vana 
Conjugii regnique, puer misenuide, tenebis? «os 
Quid praeter titulos, thalamum dum Caesar adulter 
Possidet, et regnum conjux Cleopatra gubemat? 
Nec rivalis adhuc fieri puerilibus annis 
Caessareive potes thalami, regnive sororis. 
Sed tenera poteris felix setate videri, «>o 

Qua non incesti cognosces gaudia lecti, 
Obscoenoque carens fructu, noxaque carebis. 
Conjugium innocuum magis hoc est, quo minus aptum; 
Conjugis incesti sine crimine nomen habebis, 
Et sine curarum retinebis pondere regnum. ««s 

Humeuti nox atra polos involverat umbra, 
Inque vicem Phoebi redeuntîa sidera caell 
Ornarant varie faciem, quum captus amore 



LUCANI. LIB. II. 19 

Illicito ductor Latius, vinoque solutus^ 
Dulcibus indulget votis^ tandemque cupito lao 

Reginae fruitur thalamo^ pulcherrima lecti 
Gaudia degustans : tantum suadei*e potestas^ 
Donaque^ et illustris gestarum gloria rerum, 
Femîneae poterant menti! Nec crimen inesse 
Concubitu nlmium tali^ Cleopatra^ putabunt^ 135 
Qui Ptolemaeorum thalamos^ consuetaque jura 
Incestse no vere domus, fratremque sorori 
Conjugio junctum^ sacrae sub nomine taedse 
Majus adulterio delictum. Turpius îsset, 
Quis credit? justî ad thalamos Cleopatra inârilî ; «î© 
Utque minus lecto peccaret, adultera facta est. 

Poena tamen sequitur : furtivi pignus amoris^ 
Caesario infelix, fatis generatus iniquîs, 
Caesaris Augusti cadet olim victima ferro, 
Caesareos tristans cognata caede penates. «îs 

Tempora dum Phario ductor dependit amori 
. Ausonius, Libycis iterum fragmenta niinae 
Thessalicae terris coeunt, quae magnus agebat 
Scipio dux belii. Cum quo , jam Caesaris hostîs, 
Quamvis iile truces toties sub Caesare Gallos i4« 

Stravisset, fortis stabat Labienus m armis. 
Hic sanctus Cato, privata non concitus ira, 
Sed patrîae imperium et communia signa sequutus^ 
Militat^ injustis hic stat Petreius in armis ^ 
. Oblitus fidei^ terris quem Caesar Hiberis «45 

Donasset vita; et Varus, cui cesserat omnis 
Africa, Romanîs quae turn sub fascibus esset, 
Quam ditione potens olim Carthago tenebat. 
Delectas Libyae turmas^ et Punica secum 
Agmina ducebat Varus, fallacîa corda, »5« 

Membra leves : rubris induti vestibus ibant, 

a. 



20 SUPPLEMENTUM 

Ut fiisiim in bello hac celarent arte cruorem. 
Sub Varo populos sitientibus arida venis 
Cyrene, Barceque, suos ad praelia mittunt^ 
Quaeque Afris Siculos permiscuit JEa colonos; «55 
Tal3raca bellantes Tyrio de sanguine turmas 
Mittlt, et antiqua Phoenicum stirpe creatos 
Dat populos Libycis dilecius regibus Hippo; 
Atque Utica, et tanto Thapsus post inclyta bello. 

Ad venit hi&Libyco regum Juba maximus orbe, 
Qui jam Caesarea laetum de clade triumphuni 161 
Duxerat infelix cecidit quum Curio fraude 
Deceptus. Domino imperium non latius ulii 
Conţi git : occiduo de cardîne terminat Atlas; 
Parte alia Thera, et confinis Syrtibus Hammon. «es 
Undique diversae gentes, populique remoti 
Conveniunt ad signa Jubaî. Fulgentia signa 
Medorum antiqua Mauri de stirpe tulerunt; 
Atque inopes, qui cum mundo commercia solis 
Naufragiis, Nasamones, habent; Garamantes iniquo 
Sub caelo positi, steriles qui semper arenas 171 

Squalidaque arva tenent solis fecunda venenis; 
Gumque his Marmaridae medicas egere catervas, 
Serpenlura morsus cantu curare paraţi. 

Audaces Numidse, et frenorum nescia turba 175 
Massyli, levibus norunt qui flectere virgis 
Ora ferocis equi; gregibusque assueta ferarum 
Gens Getula, viros mittit, qui cominus iras 
Indomitorum ausi sunt irritai^e leonum. 
Autololesque vagi, pedibus qui vincere cursum xso 
Venatoris equî cderem, cervique fugacis 
Assueti; atque Mibae vicino sole perusti, 
Qui ferrum infamant, scelerataque tela venenis; 
Et meml)ra hirsuta capri qui pelle teguntur, 



LUCANI. LIB. II. -ai 

Cyniphii venere Macae^ fortisque juventus ««s 

Quam Vaga, quamqueUzzita dabat, quamregîaZama 
Nutrivit, vexilla Jubse comitantur euntis. 

Scipiadae Latiisque aquilis haec agmina jungit 
Rex Juba^ jamque actîs intendunt viribus omnera, 
Quum primum Zephyro putris se gleba resolvit, «90 
In Latium belii casum transferre fuluri. 
Sed celer in cunctis, ^emperque inferre siîetus, 
Numquam bella pati Caesar, mox im ta fecit 
Haec decreta ducum, bellumque huc attulit omne. 
Heu nimium cito Marmaricis cernetis in oris, »95 
Quem vos Hesperia statuistis quaerere terra! 

Dulcibus interea illecebris^, luxuque Ganopi 
Captus , et adflatus fallente cupidine Caesar, 
Lascivas ducit, Veneris sub numine, noctes, 
Oblitus Libyae tantas coalescere vires, ><>• 

Fortunamque suam, et surgentia regna morantes. 
Talibus illecebris, et molii fractus amore 
Formosae OEchalidos reginae dicitur olim 
Maximus Alcides : humeros non fulva leonis 
Terga Cleonaei velant, nodosave fortem a«5 

Clava armat dextram ; domitores miile laborum 
Desidia incipiunt duri torpere lacerti. 
Nec jam vindicibus pacati viribus orbîs 
Ten*entur reges : sed plus Junonis iniquae 
Spes saevas facie formosa femina juvit, aio 

Quam poterant ferratae acies, aut omnia lerrae, 
Aeris, Oceanique, et Ditis monstra profundi. 

Sed longo Fortuna ducem torpere veterno 
Non patitur tantum , medio nec Caesaris acta 
Deficere in cursu : sive accelerare ruinam «'^ 

Komanam cupit inconstans, exoga potentem 
Jam populum, et vires nimias, quas fecerat ipsa; 



w SUPPLEMENTUM 

Sive Deam puduît, leges, venerandaque jura 

Caesaris îgnavae solum debere salutem 

Desidiae^ et potius statuisset perdere marte, aao 

Quanî sic servare; ut bellum^ quod struxeral olim^ 

Destrueret rursum imperii fastigia tanti ; 

Nec plus res Latias facie Cleopatra nocente, 

Quam gladii ultores^ et Thessala castra juvarent. 

Non tamen a Phariis primo civilîa bella "S 

Deliciis traxere ducem ^ tantumve soporem 
Excussere tubae Latiae. Rex debilis illum^ 
Et cito caşurus, Phamaces excitat : ut non 
Ipse ruat solus^ sed secum nobilioris 
Fata trahat populi. Sic quum leo magnus apertis a3o 
Dormivit campis, passim formidine nulla 
Illaesi carpsere greges sua pabula^ parvus 
Forte culex stimulis audacîbus ora leonîs 
Quum pupugit, somno excusso, fera nobilis^ îra 
Infrendens magna, postquam protriverit hostem ^> 
Exiguum, nondum vindictam.nactus, in omnem 
Prosiluit campum^ grassataque sanguine multo 
Stravit equos^ stravit tauros^ armentaque tota 
Exigui culicis temeraria facta luerunt. 

Munere Pompeii Phamaces impius olim i4» 

Cimmerium, pretium sceleris, diadema recepit. 
Natus erat magno Ponţi Mithridate, potentis 
Qui populis Asiae quondam, Graiisque subactîs^ 
yEmula Romanis per terras arma gerebat. 
Qui victus tandem , et Pompeii vîribus onmi xjo 

Exsutus regno, nati impietate nefandi 
Proditus est, ceciditque minor sic gloria Magno. 

Phamacem , nimîa nune ambitione tumentem , 
Quum paribus dudum signis concurrerc signa, 
Romanasque acieS; ct lania; robora genlîs j»^" 



LUCANL LIB. II. ^3 

In se civili novit conversa furore, 
Quaerendi regnum pepulit spes vana patemum, 
Quein fallax primo juvit Fortuna, futuris 
Deceptura malis; urbisquaad mcenia magnae, 
Quam debellati Mithridatis struxerat olim «ss 

Pompeius monumentum ingens, devicît iniquis 
Te, Domiti infelix, fatis : ad nota tulerunt 
Moenia barbariei Romana piacula manes. 

Lucida jam novies repararat comua Phcebe, ^ 
Ex quo Niliacas devenit Caesar in oraş, u^ 

Reginaeque tument vitiati pondera ventris. 
Quam verbis abiens solatur Gaesar amicis : 
« O fortunarum rectrix Cleopatra mearum, 
Caesaris et fatum, qui caetera fata gubernat, 
Me nune bella vocant. Crudelis amantibus, arma, «65 
Crudebsque sîbi, Phamaces impia movit, 
Exilioque sufo nostrum interrumpit amorem. 
Tu cohibe lacrimas : devictus sentiet hostis 
Caesaris armaţi gemitus^ et clade suorum 
Agnoscet, quanta Gleopatrae «omplexibus ira %j<» 

Divellor. Sed non nostris concurrere turmis 
Debilis audebit Pharnaces : arma relinquet, 
Quae temere sumpsit, subito; nomenque fugabit 
Caesaris invalidas acies. Avellor amori, 
Non ad bella vocor; citius victoria cedet 375 

Nune , quam pugna mihi ; facilis venit ecce triumplius. 
Verum ut te caream, nec erit victoria laeta, 
Nec laurus jucnnda mihi; non ipsa, triumpho 
Quae comes est, tantum pensabit gloria damnum. 
A te discedam tristis, pulcherrima rerum, ««o 

A te, quae fusca ^gypti lucentibus arva 
L'radias oculis, et splendidiora Deorum 
Tramite caelesli, cui ludea nomina Graeci 



a4 SDPPLEMENTUM 

Antiqui tribuere, facis; sîne qua mîhi tellus 
NuUa j^cet, triste exsilium Roma îpsa videtur. ass 
Sed nos hinc majora vocant certamina ; nondum 
Attigit optaţi Câesar fastigia regni. 
Quantos debet adhuc nobis fortuna triumphos! 
Quantaqiie cîvilis, quod restat, praemia belii 
Te 9 Gleopatra, manent! formam hancvenerabi tur orbis 
Sideream. Australi populi qui litore degunt, a9« 

Ct numquam Oceano fulgentîa plaustra Bootae 
Mersa vident; et quae septem subjecta trioni 
Gens jacet, in cujus numquam regione Canopus 
Cemitur, boc tantum caelo contenta vagari, ^ 

Nomen adorabunt Cleopatrae ; litore gentes 
Occiduo, ej, quae surgentem videt India solem. 
Cum Nilo Tibris tibi serviet; et tua regna 
Defendent aquilae nostrae, Romanaque signa; 
Dum reges inter famulos Gleopatra superbos, 3o« 
Et sceptris subjecta suîs nova sceptra vîdebit. 
Talîa nam^ si nota satis mihi numina, spondet 
Hoc bellum, regina, tîbi. Nune faţa sequenda, 
Jlt cîto, quo ducunt. Uteri per cară tumentis 
Pignora, civîlis belii post fata revertar ». 3<»5 

At blandis Gleopatra dolis instructa, veniistas 
Gui nivese frontis tanta est, ut luctus, et ipsae 
Vel lacrimae deceant, lacrimîs sic infit obortis : 
jcc Non tanti facio, Gaesar, mea vota precesque, 
Ut decreta ducis tanti mutare valerent, bip 

A quibus humani generis fortuna per orbem 
Peridet; queis stellae, queis numina cuncta vacabunt. 
Audîix relligio nimium, pietasque superba 
Gensetur, quae magna optat mutare Deonim 
Gonsilia. Ah! potius flanimae, votisque resîstam 3i5 
Ipsa meîs, dulcemque sibi Gleopatra negabit 



LUCANI. LIB. II. a5 

Csesaris adspectum^ quam tanta negotia^ totque 

Bellorum laurus tardabit nostra voliiptas. 

Sed tamen ignoscas pauUum si^ Gaesar^ amori 

Indulget Gleopatra suo, si vivere tecum 3ao 

Exoptat^ si castra sequi yictricia. Non pax 

Tutior ulla mihi^ quam classica Caesaris essent. 

Quo propius bellum, sub te ductore, sequuta^ 

Hoc man[is a belii fuero terrore remota. 

Sed jam jussa sequar^ Phariisque videbor in oris 3a5 

Tutela secura tua^ magnique putabo 

Caesaris^ occiduis Alcida} a Gadibus.usque 

Eoum Gangen, victricem extendere dextram, 

A Thule ad populos Austri. Tam dissita mundo 

Litora nulla jacent, ut jam divortia longa 33o 

Inter nos faciant^ si sit tam Gaesar amando^ 

Quam vincendo, celer ». Lacrimas tum sponte cadentes 

Combibit ore avido Gaesar, repetitaque jimgit 

Oscula. Niliacis tandem dîgressus ab oris, 

Tendit in Armeniam, Libycis velocior Austris, sas 

Pharnacem exquirens; altae hune prope moenia T^lae 

Invenit, et solo conspectu fundit inertem. 

Tam cito devictus, pugnae non ulla reliquit, 

Sed tantum monumenta fugae; nec fama loquetur 

Phamacis de bello aliud , quam tempore Gaesar S4» 

Quod venit, viditque hostes, et vicit eodem. 

Heu! quantum famae Magni fuga detrahit illa 
Phamacis timidi, dum Gaesariana juventus 
MoUitiem cernit gentis? Non digna triumpho, 
Nec titulis tantis jam Pontica regna subacta s^s 

Armeniosque putant victos : non destruît illo 
In bello Gaesar tantum diademata regis, 
Sed Magni decus; exsultans quum talia fa tur : 
« O felix Pompei! cui nomina tanU subactae 



26 SUPPLEMENTUM LUCANI. LIB. II. 

Degeneres istae gentes, laurosque dederunt, ^^ 

Quando ego pugnaces Gallos^ fortesque Sicambros 
Vincendo, nullum vîdeor meruisse triumphum. 
Fatum bella tibi si transalpina dedisset^ 
Nostrarum forsan nosses discrimina laudum : 
Non haec omnino civilia bella fuissent. s^s 

Sed majora vocant illinc discrimina belii 
Victrices aquilas. Libycîs consedit in arvis 
Scipio, Romanis cinctuslegionibusj hostis 
Securus nimium^ gelidi quum jam Capricomi 
Terga premens, horas contraxerat inde diumas 36© 
Phcfebus; et acrîs hiems cursum frâenarat aquarum, 
Nudaque vestierat niveis nemora alta pruinis. 
Sed praeceps Gsesar^ quem numquam in bella ruentem 
Tempestas, tristesve hiemes potuere morari ; 
* Ţer jam Romulea factus dictator in urbe ^65 

Vela dedit ventis, paullumque moratus in bris 
Sicaniis, iterum Lilybaeo a litore solvit, 
Et praetervehitur magnat Carthaginîs arces 
Semirutas; Clupeamque videns, male litora nota 
Damnat, ubi infelix perituris Curio turmis ^:^ 

Adpulit. Infaustas oraş, Uticamqne relinquit, 
Quam Cato tum , legum vindex justissimus , armis 
Praesîdioque tenet, nomen qui sumet ab urbe, 
yEternamque urbi reddet per saecula famam ; 
înde Adrumetum tendens, ubi Scipio, Ivelii 375 

Ingentis ductor, Romanis stabat in armis. 



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SUPPLEMENTUM 



LUCANI. 



LIBER TERTIUS. 



ARGUMENTUM. 

Levia aliquot ducum pradia. Cn. Fompeîus fii. a Catone objurgatus, in 
Hispaniam navigat. Fugna Thapsiaca,* et victoria Cxsaris describitur. 

J AMQTJE propinquabat bellum^ Libyaque nefandi 

Concurrunt iterum gladii, quos Thessala tellus 

Vidisset. Pugna cur, Dî, voluislîs in illa 

Restare exiguum necquîdquam sanguinis Urbi? ■ 

Ut flueret torrente novo , fieretque secundum 5 

Hic civile nefas? una num clade pudebat, 

Quantumvis ma*gna, Romanam exscindere gentem? 

Aut una tanti populî regione jacere 

Non est passa graves tristis fortuna ruinas? 

Jam Roma in Lîbya est. Laţii quse terra tnumphos i» 

Spectasset toties, jan» trîstia vulnera spectat. 

Sed levibus tantum pugnis contenta parumper 
Fortuna, extremi difFert certamina martis. 
Tot subito gentes, perituraque millia leto 
Gondemnare pudet; nec adhuc feralia Thapsi »5 
Arva Jubae casus magni, vel triste videbunt 
Scipîadae exitium, donec coeuntia sîgna 
Ductorum, atque aliquos belii Rliuspina tumidtus 
Vidit, et exhibuit tanlae pracludi^ dadis. 



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nS SUPPLEMENTUM 

Scipiadoe a castrîs rex , m sua regna revei*sus, " 
Quac longe infestîs populatur Sittius armis^ 
Discedlt paullum; plenamque hostilibus armis 
Advenit Lîbyen una legibne, relîcto 
Robore mllitiae Lilybaeo in litore, Caesar. 
Nec,.de more suo, dederîit mandata relictîs a^ 

Mîlltibus^ quo conveniant, quae signa sequantur, 
Quemve petant portum , pennittens omnia fatis , 
Fortunaeque suae fidens. Cur, Caesar înique, 
Non pudet in minimis toties instare favori 
Fortunae, et toties casus tentare per omnes? 3o 

Non tibi sat visum est, bello quod semper aperlo 
Res agit illa tuas, et tantos conficit hostes, 
Quum plena pugnas acie^ sine milite ni te 
Protegat, et tua prospiciens temeraria coepta 
Dirigat in melius, ducis objectumque periclis 35 
Privatis toties redimat caput? An tibi parvum est 
Effugisse Phari insidias, parvaque carina 
Nocturni tutum vicisse pericula ponli? 
Cur Divae, imperium tibi quae promîserit orbis, 
Casibus lexiguis pretiosuni absumis amorem'/ ^* 

Postquani Adrumeti frustra corrumpere fidum 
Confidium, qui Scipiadae servaverat urbem 
Praesidiis, Caesar tentaverat, ordine certo, 
Instructaque redit legione, nec url^e potîri, 
Sed tuto remeare cupit. Sed vix fuga tanto 4' 

Induperatori concessa est tuta^ frequentes 
Confidii erumpunt equites, atque agmina turban t. 
Summaque ductoris laus est, et Caesare digna, 
Rhuspinam salvis potuisse redire catervis. 
Sola, urbesr'iilter Libycas, jam Caesarîanaî fio 

Perfugium tenui restat Rhuspina cohortî. 
Hinc iteram dflclor fatis ^gressus elsdem 



LUCANI. LIB. IIL 29 

Dum cepit Leptim^ et firmavit robore, paene 
Amislt rursus reditum. Labîenus in armis 
Acer erat, validisque vias praecluserat omnes 55 

Insîdiis : virtute opus est, et Caesare toto^ 
Fortunaque ejus summa jam tempus egebat. 
Et vicere vîri virtus, fortunaque. Visae 
Tempore sunt apto insidiae; victorque cruento, 
Perque viros, perque arma, viam mucrone recludit^ 
Bisque fugam Gaesar solam vincendo para vi t. 61 

Dum prope signa ducum vidit Rhuspina duorum^ 
Infestasque aquilas, Uticae Pompeius agebat. 
Hanc Cato praesidils tenuit; quum sic Cato sanctus 
Adloquitur juvenem, et dictis câştigat amicis: « 
a Surge animis , Pompei ! magnum patris adsere nomen^ 
Et generîs fatum tanti. Scrutare remotos 
Terrarum tractus^ per regnaque dissita, quaere 
Quantus erat fanta genitor^ quantasque reliquit 
Nominis haeredi, solo vel nomine, vires. 70 

Pomj)eii nato gladios quae terra negabit? 
Quae tibi non classes, armis pacata patemis^ 
^quora praebebunt? Hostis te viribus aequum 
Tanta facît fama , et mundo venerabile nomen. 
Si libet occiduos orbis tentare recessus^ 75 

Hispanosque armare truces ^ tua signa .sequetur 
Cantaber, et Geltis sociatus nomen Hibeipus ,• 
Et tota Herculeis pubes a Gadibus, altos 
Ad Pyrenaeos, extremaque litora mundi. 
Si nihil omnino patriae miseranda moveret u 

Adflictae facies; si nil mori tura moveret 
Libertas, possesque hilaris servire tyranno; 
Te privata tamen facerent mala Caesaris hostem. 
Si pater arma tuus pro libertate gerebat, 
Nullus in Emathiis plus^ quam tu, perdidit arvis : ss 



3o SUPPLEMENTUM 

Sed sibi si genitor campo pugnavît în illo , 

Multo sunt tua damna illic majora, tîbique 

AbstuKt imperium victoria Caesaris orbis. 

Sed bona, quae moriens genitor tibi vera reliquit, 

Sunt* vilae exemplum, et gestarum imitatio rerum.90 

Haec tîbi perpetuo, quae non invisa potestas 

Caesaris, aut fortuna potest auferre, manebunt. 

Labentem patriam teneris suscepit ab annis, 

Nullus adhuc titulis, nuUoque insignis honore; 

Nec vires habuit nisi quas virtute paravit. 95 

Quantos iile duces juvenili ardore subegit, 

Quum Marii moestam lacerasset factio Romam , 

£t miseram assiduis implesset caedibus Urbem ! 

Quot turn pro patria felicia, bella peregit ! 

Illius auspiciis audax est Carbo peremptus, 100 

Et cecidit terris Sertorius exsul Hiberis. 

Praeclarum Libyco, dignus tune nomine Magni, 

Duxit, adhuc Romanus eques, de rege triumphum. 

Haîc fecit, nondumque tuos excesserat annos. 

Sed tu cur Libycis resides privatus in oris? los 

Unius auxilium dextrae praestare valebis 

Hic tantum patriae ; prdcul hinc tu collige vires, 

Et libertăţi ductor succurre cadenti : 

Vel dignam tantis natalibus oppete mortem ». 

Nil contra juvenis : sed tamquam Roma Catonis no 
Ex ore admoneat, promantve oracula vocem, 
Obsequitur citius dicto, et, dans carbasa ventis, 
Digreditur Libycis, numquam rediturus, ab oris. 
Ut cadat Europa magnus, ductorque per agros 
Tot ferat Hispanos Romanae vulnera gentis, "S 

Quot prima Emathiis victoria Caesaris arvis, 
Proxima vel faciet Libycis. Nimisinvidaquamquam^ 
Nobilis o Pompei, longse tibi fata negarunt 




LUCANI. LIB. III. 3r 

Quae pairi dederant, feKcia tempora vitae : 

Morte tamen patrem sequabis, magnaque ruina ^ «• 

Nec fera fatalem vincet Pharsalia Mundam. 

Sicaniis Caesar vires ]am nactus ab oris, 
Protinus Uzzitae excelsum prope moenia montem 
Occupat. Huc ducunt^ collatis undique signis^ 
Rex Juba Scipiadesque suas ad praelia turmas. »5 
Conspectu Uzzitae bellum jam constitit omne. 
Scipio detrectat pugnam^ nec dulcia tantis 
Uzzitae fato damnantur cladibus arva : 
Quamvis ter Caesar^ certaminis acer amore^ 
Instruit armatas acies^ ter provocat hostes. >3« 

Sed nullam pugnae quum spem superesse yidebat^ 
Destituit rursus jnontem ; et, laeto omîne, Thapsi, 
Nocte iter emensus, fatalia venit in arva. 
lUic Vergilius valido castella tenebat 
Milite^ Scipiadae fidus causaeque senatus. iss 

Scipiadae regisque Jubae vexilla sequuntur 
Ad Thapsum^ quamvis cladis praesaga futurae 
^thera non cessant dare signa minacia. Lumen 
Horridius tenebris praebebant fulguraj stellae 
Insolitae visae; intonuit sine nubibus aer; >4* 

Et fragor armorum noctumas terruit auras. 
^rata moestus manavit casside sudor; 
Et dura attonitis ardebant pila maniplis. 
Vix poterant, infausto examine tecta, revelli 
Signa solo; noctu Libycorum audita leonum >45 
Murmura saeva; solum Thapsi, montesque moveri 
Caeliferumque Atlanta putant. Non laeta videtur 
UUa avis : infaustus bubo^ noctumaque castris 
Strix queritur. Nec quum Superi mortalibus ista 
Prodigia ostendunt^ clades vitare futuras, "^ 

Sed tantum trepidare docent. Feralia Thapsi 



32 SUPPLEMENTUM 

Scîpiadse peritura acies jam venit in arva^ 
Quae tot damnass^nt crudelia fata rulnis. 

JEqnorey quo Sicnlis Eibye disjungitur oris^ 
Adiuitur longo tractu peninsula Thapsus^ «55 

Qua spectat Borean : adversa parte palude 
Cingîtur : in medio est aditus terrestris ad urbeih. 
Hanc isthmon, quamvis non late extenditur, altum 
Dividit in medio stagnum^ binasque relinquit 
AngusUis utrimque vias. Haec Gaesar ad ora iSo 

Exteriora isthmi pervenerat agmîne laeto, 
Castraque manierat vallis, fossaque profunda^ 
Qua Thapsum spectant : ne forsan terga suorum 
In pugna opprimerent hostes ex urbe ruentes. 

Sed fauces psene angustas obsederat isthmi 165 
Scîpioj Caesareis adversaque castra locasset^ 
Magnum opus intendens^ si non pita pugna daretur, 
Aggeribus structls^ ductaque ad litora fossa^ 
Deceptos illis includere faucibus hostes. 
Sed cceptum celare suum, vel ferre paratus 17» 

Incursum belii, pulchro instruit ordine turmas. 
Romanas medio legiones ipse gubernat; 
Tot varias dextro gentes sua signa sequutas 
Rex Juba ducebat comu ; laevumque tenebat 
In Libycis Varus, Gallis Labienus in armîs 175 

Teutonicisque ferox; alarum frontibus, altis 
Aggeribus bello similes stabant elephantes. 
His juneţi Getuli equites, Numidaeque steterunt. 
Pone feras , variaî gentes levia arma gerebant. 
Armaţi jaculis Mauri, pharetrisque, veneno «80 

Illita, gestabant sceleraţi spicula Mibae. 

Gaesaris at postquani instructam procedere vJdit 
Scipiădes aciem, clara sic voce cohortes 
Incitat : ce O Romana manus, spes sola senatus. 



LUCANL LIB. III. 33 

Et patriae tutela^ animis si robora posset «ss 

Addere ductoris facundia^ quanta diserto 
Argumenta darent miserae tot vulnera Romae , 
Viribus exstinctae leges^ venerandaque jura, 
Ipsaque libertas armis oppressa nefandis? 
Si patrise clades, si publica damna movere 190 

!Nil poterant mentes^ cui non Pharsalia luctus 
Exhibuit proprios, privataque funera? Quis non 
Aut fratres illic^ aut natos mceret ademptos? 
Jam nune ultrices spectant tot pîgnora dextras. 
Tot cari manes. Tanto hic nos justius arma 195 

Induimus, quam Thessalicis Pompeius in arvis, 
Quanto Thessalicis augentur crimina campis 
Gaesaris. Accedent tam justae Numina causae : 
Nec, quoniam Emathia cecidit sub Caesare Roma, 
Vos transisse Deos, Romanaque jura perosos ao» 

Credite. Pompeio solitum Fortuna negavit , 
Non Urbi, auxilium; toties lassata triumphis 
Privaţi, verita est ne, si cecidisset inarvis 
Emathiis Caesar, deceptus crederet orbis 
Non Romae, sed Pompeio, donasse triumphum, «os 
Privatique fuisse Deam. Non amplius urbem 
Destituet Fortuna suam; fatisve nefandi 
Gaesaris Ausoniae sacras succumbere leges, 
Imperiumque sinet. Non sunt haec signa Deorum 
Iratorum Urbi, si me non omina fallunt, >i» 

Ductorem, vobis Libyco pugnantîbus orbe, 
Quod dant Scipiadem. Felicia nominis hujus 
Fata hic, aut Afros non est memorare necesse, 
Quos non ulla potest regio nescire, triumphos. 
Talia fas nobis sperare est : non minor armat »^ 
Nos pietas; Laţii nec nominis Hannibal hostis 
Caesare deterior. Patriae junxere salutem 

//. Pars altera. i 



34 SUPPLEMENTUM 

Cum vestra Superi : manibus reddetur eisdem 
Roma sibi et vobis. Virtute accersite fatum. 
Gommuni proprios cum libertate penates^ >»• 

Conjugia atque domos istis conquirite campis. » 

Milîtîs erigitur virtus^ animosa cohortes 
Ira subit Latias, pugnaeque accendit amore. 
Nec minus interea vario clamore fremebat 
Dîssona turba Jubae^ et belii undiquesiguapetebat. ^as 

Caesar, ut optatum Dis advenisse secundis 
Pugnandi vidit tempus, sic voce cohortes 
Incitat audaces : ce Dextris victricibus iste 
Ultimus en sudor^ qui tot inercede labores 
Pensabit digna; qui tot livore negatos *^ 

Hactenus^ et magna meritos virtute triumphos 
Adferet. Ista dies quascumque aut Gallia laurus, 
Aut Rheni gentes, aut victa Britannia debent 
Virtuţi dudum vestrae, nuperve subactae 
Promittunt gentes, invitis hostibus^ omnes >35 

Invito livore dabitj longeque triumphum 
Majorem de rege Juba victoribus addet. 
Nec dubitare mihi fas est : fallentia numquam 
Signa, truces oculos video, vultusque minaces. 
Victores novisse suos, fragmenta ruinse 34© 

Ematliiae discant ». Dixisset plura; repente 
Quum fera de dextro cecinerunt classica comu, 
Prosiliuntque acres (nec eas reţinere tribunus 
Centuriove potest) ad praelia sponte catervae. 
Non inhibet Caesar, sed laxat fraena furori. a45 

Carcere sic pronus nimium ad certamina currus 
Quum forte erumpit, lorisque auriga retentis 
Frustra inhibere siudetj dat tandem victus habenas. 

Utraqu^ jam tanto concurrunt agmina motu, 
Quanto, si longas flexum natura Maleae »5o 



LUCANI. LIB. III. 35 

Donaret nautis, adversis bina coirent 

.^xjuora gurgitibus. Pulsat fragor aethera : montes 

Undique vicini excipiunt^ resonantque fur^ites 

Pugnantum voces. Sîculas itclamor ad oraş; 

Huncque repercutiunt Lilybeia saxa^ tiiiientque as^ 

Vel sonitum belii terra reţinere quieta. 

Non ita, pinifero Boreas quum Thracius Ossae 

Incubuit^ resonant quassatae turbine silvse; 

Murmure nec tanto Nilus, quum de cataractis 

Pra3cipitat duris illisas cautibus undas a6o 

Astra lavan^^ surdas habitantibus obstruit aures. 

Scipiadae dulcis stimulat vindicta catervas : 
Gaesareas ingens [M-emit indignatio turmas, 
Quod nova defuncto succedam praelia Magno; 
Inventusque alius ductor civilibus armis. ^ 

Sanguine marguntur campi, vicinaque multo 
Tineta criiore palus^ et quod tot vulnera rubrum 
Emittunt flumen, fecundam putria terrae 
Adligat in glebam, et steriles connectit arenas. 
Inter utramque aciem volitat feralis Enyo, 370 

Lampada funestanoi quatiens : reseraverai antrum 
Tartareus rector pallens, utque arma nefanda 
Spectarent, caperentque sui solatia fati^ 
Invisas illuc Libyes emiserat imibras. 
Undique consedere arvis, mgraque corona a;5 

Infecere diem, versatilis umbra Jugurthae^ 
Hannibalis saevi manes, captique Sypliacis : 
Qui nun£ eversas secum Gardiaginis arces 
Ignov^re Deîs, postquam feralia campi 
Praelia Thapsiaci, et Latios videre furores. »«<> 

Sed tamen Ausoniae civilia vulnera dexţrae 
Afra luet tellus; et plus vastabitur, aetas 
Proxima quam reparare potest. luarata jacebunt 

3. 



36 SUPPLEMENTUM 

Arva, riientque suîs vacualae civibus urbes; 
Quaeque viri coliiere , ferae nune rura tenebunt. ^^ 
Qua reges olim per genles jura dederunt, 
Tigris erit, pardusque, et habebunt regna leones. 
Innocuus vi vet serpens^ et nulla^ venenîs 
Dum deerunt homines, pestis censebitur orbi. 

Caesareis leviter percussi pectora lelis 39» 

In sua conversis elephantes agmina fraenis 
Praecipites rabie cumint : tum robore densos 
Indomito turbant cuneos^ atque agmina regis 
Prosternunt confiisa Jubae. Nil arte valebant 
Rectores miseri, nil vi^ Fortuna regebat 395 

Sola feras, contraque suos pro Gaesare misit. 
lUi hostes, illi socii, dum nemo gubernat, 
Quos Fortuna facit. Vicinum elephantibus agmen 
Gaetuli, Numidaequeequites crudeliter illic 
Calcabantur humi : vasta pars mole ferarum 3«> 

Contrita est; fossas pars praecipitatur in altas. 
Tune infeliees tutela orbati elephantum 
Tot Libyae populi, et gentes le via arma gerentes, 
Caeduntur cumulis passim, jugulisque fatigant 
Gaesareos solls; nec stantes amplius, hosti sos 

Hie bellum, sed praeda manent. Hastilibus igne 
Duratis quid Bamurae jam nuda juventus? 
Quid levlbus contra Romanos cominus hostes 
Autololes jaculis? nil illis ignea plantae 
Vis prodest, cursusque levi veloeior aura. 3io 

Non l^ene Cytiiphiis hirsuţi tegmina capri 
Pectora defetidunt : vix contra Caîsaris enses 
JEs ferrumque valent. Implentur sanguine fossse : 
Moesta mr.det tellus, et de tot gentibus unus 
Purpureus caesis infecit pascua torrens. 3i5 

Non Juba per mortes hominum, privataquc fata, 



LUCANI. LIB. III. 37 

Sed gentes pariter csesas^ populosque jacentes^ 
Metîtur quantis pereunt sibi regna ruinis. 
]^f 6c sua post tantam cladem munita putavit 
Castra satis, miseram victis praestare salutem; 3ao 
Sed cum Petreio fugiens tentoria cunctis 
Splendida divitiis hosti permisit aviaro. 
Quae cito Csesarei victorum terga sequentes 
Diripiunt, opibusque Jubae^ tantisque potiti 
Bellonim exuviis, operum mercede, priusquam sas 
Sanguinolenta fuit victoria plena^ fruuntur. 

Sed non tam celeri bellum pro Caesare cursu, 
Qua Latiis stabat vallatus Scipio turmis^ 
Atque pares fulsere aquilae^ Fortuna peregit. 
Hic incerta diu varii stetit alea belii : 33o 

Hic haesit fatum ^ et dubiis victoria pennis 
Inter utrumque agmen visa est volitare^ repellit 
Viribus haec acies vires; altemaque dextras 
Grimina civiles foedant; dum maxima regnant 
Hic odia^ hic caedes; animos in praelia tamquam 335 
Gausa mala augeret, tantoque ardentior ira, 
Quo scelerata magis. Dubitant ostendere fata 
Quid tandem Romde fortunave Gaesaris esset, 
Ex acie tandem Libycae fugere cohortes, 
Quae duce sub Varo steterant; dare terga coactus Ho 
Dux simul; jet tu, Gallorum, Labiene^ tuorum 
Corpora csesa videns , Thapsi funesta relinquis 
Ar va gemens; aliis demum civilibus armis, 
Romanisque iterum servate furoribus, arvo 
Pars La.tiae dadis Mundano magna jacebis. 345 

Nec fato occumbes, acerrime Gaesaris hostis, 
Dum potis est certare suo cum Gaesare Roma. 

Scipio, ut adversas videt increbrescere vires, 
Gedentesque suas, nec jam reparabile bellum, 



38 SUPPLEMENTUM 

Fluctuat ancipiti divisus pectora cura ; ss* 

Ingerat an medios şese moriturus in hostes^ 
Ut populî caput Hesperil, ductorque senatus 
Summo in honore cadat felix, Stygiasque per undas 
Maxima Romani descendat nominis umbra; 
An speraret adhuc^ atque ullra fidere fatis 355 

Ausoniis^ tantoque velit superesse dolori. 
Decepit tandem fiducia vana fuluri 
Successus miserum^ pulchrumque excussit amorem 
Mortis : ut Emathia^ caput oblatura superbo 
Victori, Magnum spes dira fefellerat olim. 36o 

Hos animo casus volventem concitus aufert 
Scipiadem ex acie sonipes; quum territa passim 
Agmina coeperunt tolo discurrere campo; 
Cedentesque equîtes tutas periere latebras 
Montibus Uzaitae : peditum pars magna petebat ^s 
Castra Jubae, si forte brevem praestare salutem 
Defessis alţi poterant munimîna valii. 
Sed postquam se deceptos, et castra cruentîs 
Caesareîs possessa vident, tum tela cohortes 
Victae projiciunt, et inermia brachia tendunt. 370 
Sed nihil, o rabies civili» dira furoris! 
Profuit heu miseris submisslo. Caede nefanda 
Stemunlur, quamvis gladios inhîbere suorum 
Contendit Caesar frustra, et clamore furentes 
Increpuit magno : c< Cives nune esse memento, 375 
Non hostes, miles; partum virtute triumphum 
Cur feritate nova maculas? haec, sanguine sero 
Quam paris, invidia est plus quam victoria nobis. » 
Saepius haec moestus clamat; pars nullaque belii 
Civilis tum Caesar erat. Sed perdere cives ^^o 

Quae toties poterant, non jam servare valebant 
Jussa ducis. Jugulant miseranda csedc coliorles 



LUCANI. LIB. III. 39 

Scipiadae^ strictisque odîum mucronibus explent, 
Invito duce, Caesareî; et quî jussa per annos 
Tot ducis implessent magnî crudelia semper, ass 
Nune solum, quum justa dedit mandata, rebellant. 

Jam vero ingentem pro Caesare fala ruinam 
Sparsissent campîs; et tecta cadavere tota 
Planitîes funesta jacet : tandemque sequendo 
Defessas Caesar revocans ad signa cohortes, 390 

Prospera divitiis regum certamlna donat. 



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3UPPLEMENTUM 



LUCANL 



LIBER QUARTUS. 



ARGUMENTUM. 

Tuba et Petreius se mutuis Tulneribus interficiunt. Sciplonis et Catonis 

fata describuntur. 

j^ON funesta tamen clades, quas fecerat, omnes 
Terra capit Thapsi^ tantaeve jacere ruinaD 
Anguslo potuere loco. Quot fata per oraş 
Thapsiacae spargent ingentîa vulnera pugnae , 
Ne non diversis famam regionibus olim s 

Funera lantorum facîant di visa virorum! 

Reî Juba, Petreio fit paucis corni tantibus^ urbem 
Âd Ziamam^ imperii sedem^ qua pignora cară 
Uxoresque suas^ gazasque reliquerat omnes ^ 
Adveniţ infelix. Sed jam clausere rebelles io 

Zamenses regi portas, victoque negarunt 
Introitus, odium saevi crudele tyrannî 
Ausi, fortuna tandem pereunte, fateri. 
Nil precibus, mixtisve minis, vultuve moventur : 
Perdita majestas victo^ penditque prioris is 

Jam Juba saevitiae poenas. O sera tyranni 
Cogniuo! dum regna manent^ se nescit amatum^ 
Invisumve suiş. Adfectus sola latentes 
Servorum pandit Fortuna adversa : sed illa, 



5UPPLEMENTUM LUCANI. LIB. IV. 4i 

Quae post regna venit, cui nulla potentia juncta est, « 
Cognitio torquetmîseros; nec reddere grates, 
Nec lîcet ulcisci. Seros, et non nisi tantum 
Ut doleant, oculos aperît Fortuna tyrannis. 
Excluşi rapido fugiunt per devia cursu, 
£t villam, paucis equitum stipantibus, intrant «s 
Rex Juba Petreiusque simul. Tum fessa quiete 
Corporacomponuntstratis, aegrosque per omnes 
Devolvunt animos casus, solamina donec 
Ultima lassatis ingens audacia praebet. 
Continuo' instaurant epulas, plenisque Lyaeo 3o 

Discumbunt mensis. Postquam compressus edendi 
Est amor, intrepido tandem sic inchoat ore^ 
Petreiumque torîs Juba rex adfatur ab altis : 
■ CC En, Romane, vides quo nos fortuna redegit : 
Sola relicta salus clementia Caesaris; at non 35 

Nos duo tam fuimus temnendi Caesaris hostes, 
Adversusve illum tam innoxia gessimus arma, 
Ut veniam liceat salvo sperare pudore, 
Oblatave frui. Quae non dant arma salutem, 
Dent libertatem nobis. Me certa manebit 4o 

Liber tas ferro^ nec dîgnam credere vitam 
Hanc possum votis, ut supplice rege superbus 
Intumeat Caesar; nec, quem vîdisset honore 
In summo forsan, si vel Pompedus in arvis 
Thessalicis olim , vel nostris Scipîo terrîs 45 

Vicisset, me jam captivum Roma videbil, 
Regia praebentem ridenda Quiritibus ora 
Ante triumphantes currus, ut victa Syphacis 
Atque catenati traxerunt coUa Jugurthaî. 
Nec Juba ridendum, nec erit miserabilc nomen So 
Caesareis. Non corda mihî , .non lela, manusve 
Ad letunţ desunt : scd te, PetreJc, snpremae 



42 SUPPLEMENTUM 

Participem facio famae^ mortlsque decorse. 

Causa reos eadem junxit^ fortunaque vicios; 

Nune eadem virtus morientes jungat utrosque. ^^ 

Stringe ensem^ et mecum pariter nune utere dextra. 

Quaeramus pulchram per mutua vulnera mortem, 

Et libertatem cîtius quis donet amico 

Contendat feralis amor. i^ Petreius ense 

Sic breviter stricto : a Libycorum maxime regum , e» 

Cujus honoratum per saecula nomen habebit 

Ausonia, hanc laudem cui me debere fatebor, 

Nec pudet : Hesperium ductorem discere , tanto 

Rege docente , mori ; Latius gaudebit honore 

Hoc genius^ ne te captivum Roma videret, «s 

Quem libertates nostras legesque tuentem 

Lauda vit toties, sociique infamia regis 

Gaesaris injustos posset decorare iriumphos. 

Roma Jubâe, sicut Masinissae^ nomen amabît; 

Nec meliore nota signabit Gaesaris acta , :• 

Quam Gatîlinae olim^ et diri consulta Cethegi. » 

Dixerat^ et totis concurrunt viribus ambo^ 
Grataque dant referuntque per îctus vulnera crebros. 
Grederet hoc quisquam^ tanto conamine, tanta 
Pugnatum virtute mori , non vincere? tandem :5 
Petreius cecidit. <c Retine, Petreie, parumper 
Festinantem animam, clamat Juba> dum comes umbrae 
Umbra tuae hoc gladio ad Stygias demittitur uudas. 
Quîs regnî posthac confidet viribus? aut quem 
Gloria decipîet sceptri, soliive superbi «» 

Lubrica maj^stas? Gunctis dcsertus, ad umbras 
Nudus eo, nuper Libyco Juba maxîmus orbe. 
At vobis, populi înfidi, et tibi, Zama rebellis, 
Sit Latium precor usque jugum grave ; perfidiamque 
. Hanc veslram domino domino pejore luatis. y> «5 



LUCANI. LIB. IV. 43 

Tune iterum gladio pectus ferit; evolat acer 
Spîritus^ aetemaeque oculos clausere tenebrse. 

Ecce alios luctus^ aliudque per aequora funus 
Nobilei Thapsîacis Fortuna vehebat ab arvis. 
Scipio dux belii ^ tanta de clade superstes^ 90 

Non dedignatus parva tentare carina 
Et sola Libycum pelagus^ properabat ad oraş 
Hispanas, ubi Pompeii civilia cogunt 
Rursus in arma viros; sed tempestate repulsus 
In portum Hipponis vehitur. Se Scipio sentit 9^ 

Cum nave amissum; nec portum evadere vento 
Opposito licuit. Clara turn voce dolorem 
Testatus clamat : c< Pelagusque, ipsaeque procellae, 
Et conjuraţi pugnant pro Caesare venti. 
O utinam Thapso cecidissem, strage virorum »•• 
Mixtus! nec tanto placuisset vita supersles 
Imperio : ductor summo Romanus honore 
Ad Stygias venissem undas. Aut ante tulisset 
Hanc male servatam potius Pharsalia vitam^ 
Quam Thapso infelix duxissem bella senatus, »o5 
Ultaque Scipiadem vidisses, AfHca, victum! 
Vos, clarae majorum animae^ quos Africa sensît 
Saepe triumphantes^ ut cum Carthaginis'altae 
Excidio^ captusqueSyphax, claraque fugatus 
Hannibal ex acie testantur^ fata nepotis no 

Ne pudeat vestri, miserandaque bella videre : 
Nam neque me Libye vicît : sed viribus ipsa 
Scipiadem^ seseque suiş hic Roma subegit. 
Cum patria a patria vincor, moriorque cadenţe 
Libertate libens. Misere hune Numina ventum « »* 
Adversum, ut morerer; ne, spe delusus inani, 
Optarem forsan tanto superesse dolori. 
Uispanas iterum Romana ad praelia gcni^es 



44 SUPPLEMENTUM 

Pompeii cogant juvenes^ legesque requirant, 
£t libertates : mea tune fortuna peracta est. >m 

Et quamquam haec armata manus testabitur orbi 
Me terra potuisse mori^ placet aequore mergi ^ 
Ignotumque illic funus per ssecla mânere. 
O numquam veniat fluitans ad litora truncus^ 
Ne Libyca condatur humo; victique futuris »»« 

Scipiadae ostentent monumenta nepotibus Afri. y> 
Tune latus ense fodit j nec eo contentus in aequor 
Prosilit; emissi spargit pars transtra carinae 
Sanguinis; aequoreos tingit pars altera fluctus^ 
Migrantiquje animae fatum non sufficit unum. i3o 

Demersum monstris jacet, eheu! praeda marinis 
Nobile Scipiadae corpus; nec colliget urna 
Flebilis hos cineres ; nec tanto nomine dignas 
Exsequias tibi Roma dabit; passisve capillis 
Scipiadem^ extremum generis, lugebit ademptţim. «3$ 

Agmina de campis passim fugientia cunctas 
Implerant magnis Libyae terroribus oraş. 
Praesidiis turn forte Uticam Cato nobilis urbem 
Ausoniis tenuit; qui^ nota clade senatus 
Scipiadaeque fuga, vîctorem arcerc parabat, >4o 

Hortaturque suos alacer defendere muros. 
Sed frustra, heu! nimium trepidantia pectora sensit, 
Et victum fama non visi Caesaris agmen. 
Tum Cato milîtlbus, vultu îmmutatus eodem, 
Ignovit pavidis. Ultro fugientibus Ipse «45 

Prospexit, classes portu contraxit ab omni 
Vicino, remosque dedit properantibus aptos. 
Cunctorumque , suam quamvis projecerat ipse, 
Non dedignatur ductor curare saluiem. 
Solatus cives Uticae, et trepidantia verbîs «s© 

Pectora confirmans placidis, quam certa supersit 



LUCANI. LIB. IV. 45 

Spes illis veniae, victis clementia quanta 
Caesaris^ edocuit. Talis cupît ipse videri 
Civibus, ut qui non donatam a Caesare vitam 
Sperneret. lUum etiam, cui non durissima virtus iss 
Adfectus celare suos penniserat umquam , 
Quem nullus simulare timor docuisset^ aperto 
Vel deflexisset rigidi de Iramite veri, 
Tandem mortîs amor cogit simulare Catonem. 

Ocbarant homines jam luce silentia noctis i6o 

Inque vicem fessis donarant regna quietem^ 
Quum gratos cuncti , quos cura dolorque sinebant, 
Carpebant somnos : sed non tranquilla Gatx>nem 
Exemit virlus curis mortalibus , alto 
Ut jaceat somno oppressus : sed libera mentis i65 
Erigat ut se vis, contempleturque futura 
Sâecula, et aeternos vitae immortalis honores. 

Ante tamen contemplatrix qi^m dogmata verae 
Scrutări possit sophiae, moralibus apte 
Praeceptis purganda anima est; prius ejiciendi 170 
Adfectus pravi, cunctaeque e pectore sordes, 
Ira nocens, et luxuries, et fceda libido. 
Hos igitur motus animi , purgantia sicut 
Corporis humores pravos medicamina toUunt, 
Moralis plene educat medicina, priusquam 175 

Divinum summumque bonum scrutarier ausa 
Sit contemplando, ne, densis pressa tenebris, 
Mens erret caeca, et vitiis decepta fatiscat. 
Sic longa virtute foit mens sancta Catonis 
Purgata; atque illi vitae immortalis honorem iso 

Jam contemplanti divini fata Platonis 
Phaedonem tradunt; quum laetus talia fatur : 
c( Salve, sancte liber, Superis demisse Catoni! 
Dirige tu cursuro, vitaeque extrema meantis 



46 SUPPLEMENTUM 

Ii]st*]ue : non alium moriturus quaero magistrum ; >s5 
Nec restare alias voluerunt numiiia curas. 
Jamque mori certo liceat mihi dîscere^ quid sit 
Mors, quid vita fuit, quid erit^ num nuUa futura est; 
An vivant animae post funera; prasmia justis 
Qua5 restent j quae sacrile^os vindicta manebit. » 190 

Dum contemplatur^ mentis se libera toUit 
Nec turbata acies^ abstractaque corpore, vires 
Exercere suas contendit pura facultas. 
Tune volitans excelsa petit ^ nimiumque remota 
A terris^ quo non oculi^ non organa sensus 195 

Corporei penetrare valent, fulgentia caeli 
Corpora scrutatur; nec eis contenta^ requirit 
Splendoris fontem cuncti, lucisque beatum 
• Principîum, aetemique Dei vestigia adorat. 
Haec magis atque magis caelestia discere tentat 300 
Gontemplans anima ; at caecis oMucta tenebris^ 
Et depressa gravi connexu corporis^ ipsa, 
Se non posse videre, videt. Solatia sola hseCy 
Quod meliore frui post mortem lumine sperat. 
Inmiortalem animam spes haec probat : aut tibi frustra 
Spem dedit omnipotens : frustra te jussit amare 306 
Quae nunquam poteris cognoscere. Cur sapientes 
Dum terris vivunt, spernunt terrena, nec aurum^ 
Regna, voluptates quaerunt, quae sola videntur 
Splendida; sed quae non cemunt caelestia tantum «io 
Depereunt, si non caelestia gaudia tandem 
Exciperent? sed jaon illuc adscendere possunt 
Corpora, quae gravia, et terrenis mixta creantur 
Principiis, in quae tandem resoluta redibunt. 
In terramque cadent. Animae est caelestis origo, >i^ 
Igneus atque vigor, substantia pura, suique , 
In toto similis : variis nec partibus illa 



LUCANI. LIB. IV. 47 

Composita est; îdeo nullo dissolvitur aevo; 
Sed sibi corporeo laxata a carcere vivit. 

Felices posthac animae^ quas corpora nidlis aao 
Foedarunt vitiis^ nullaque libidine mersas 
Detinuere olim; qua:^ dum sub carne latebant^ 
Contemplatrices abstractae a came volarant 
Saepius ad cselos; caelis, post fata, quîbuscum 
Foedera sanxerunt viventes sacra, locantur, a«5 

^temaque illic laetantes luce fruuntur. 
At lenebrosae ammae, nimium quae camibusolim 
Demersae jacuere suiş; queis tetra libido 
Atque voluptates, solum quas sensus alebat, 
In terris notae ; posthac de came solutae ^so 

Adspectum caeli, cum quo commercîa nulla 
Viventes habuere, timent, nec luce fruuntur : 
Sed tenebris dilecta nimis prope corpora semper 
Ferales errant umbrae, mcestaeque sepulcra 
Bustaque foeda colunt. Hinc noctu spectra videntur, 
Quae terrent homines : anîmae sunt ista malorum , «36 
Quae, quoniam crassae sunt, corporeaeque , videntur. 
<c Quam diversae, inquit, restant post funera sortes! 
Credo equidem, divine Plato, te dogmata vera 
Haec ipsum docuisse Deum. Deus ipse sequendam a4o 
(Aut natura homines ratioque innata fefellit) 
Proposuit virtutem, et praemia debita justis. 
Haec, quoniam justos injusta potentîa fraudat 
Saepius in terris, et gens humana rebellat, 
Solvere post mortem justissimus ipse tenetur. a45 

Funera non metuit sapiens suprema; nec illi, 
Qui contemplando toties super astra levavit 
Gamoso abstractam penitus de carcere mentem , 
Corporis atque animae faciens divortia tanta 
Quanta homini licuît, mors formidanda venire ^so 



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48 SUPPLEMENTUM 

Aut ignota potest. Nam mors divortia tantum 
Plena haec^ quae sapiens toties optasse videtur 
£t toties tentasse^ facit^ Superosque petenti 
. Libertatem anîmae claustrîs concedit aperti's. 
Si saepe impatiens yitam projecit amator^ >55 

Atque mânu pectus propria perfodit, ut umbra 
Defunctam Stygias sponsam sequeretur ad undas^ 
Qua tamen haud illo conceditur orbe potiri; 
Num sapientum animae, summi quse gaudîa caeli 
Depereunt, verique boni capiuntur amore, aSo 

Quo nequeunt in carne frui, de carcere tandem 
Corporeo solvi, claustrisque exire recusent, 
Quum Dcus ipse fores aperit, licitamque meanti 
Dat Natura viam. At donec Deus iile creator, 
Qui terrena animam primo statione locavit, 365 

Evocat, haud illa statione excedere fas est. d 

Hic dubitans haesit paulum Cato : « Non da tur ergo 
Sponte mori victis, inquit j.nec obire Catoni, 
Dum dabit injustus victor mandata, licebit? 
Caesaris exspectem gladios, atque in caput istud 370 
Jus illi agnoscam. Superi? dominumque fatebor 
Esse meum, quem Roma suum decreverat hostem, 
Quemque ego damnarăm. Num justam injusta dederunt 
Bella potestatem? non sic, o numina, certe 
Humanas placuit vobis confundere leges, a;5 

Et dare jus sceleri. Sed si non sponte Catoni 
Projicere hanc lucem fas est, at crimine vitam 
Grandius est reţinere nefas. Quam grande putarem 
Esse nefas nobis, turpem producere vitam 
Caesaris imperiis, et regna injusta probare! aso 

Quam Romae damnosa forent exempla Catonis! 
Pompeii juvenes, qui nune ad praelia gentes 
Hispanas armant, patriacque impendere vitas 



LUCANI. LIB. IV. 49 

Non diibitant^ justae posthac non credere causae^ 
Sed pulchris fortasse yolent desistere cceptis^ ass 
Nec lîbertalem per tanta pericula^ per tot , 

^rumnas quaerent, quum nobis regna probenliir, 
Et non displiceat dtiro servire Catoni. 
Ah! podus fragilem hanc sit fas abrunlpere vitam^ 
Quam te^ libertas^ ylolem : sed ntimina si te 390 
Nune tandem jussere nlori^ tua funera saltem 
Prosequar, et Stygias liber comitabor ad umbras. 
Non ultra dubitare licet )»• Tune pectora dextra 
Nuda ferit ^ moriensque cădit; morientis ad ictuin 
Undique concurrunt famuli j labentia toUunt ^ 
Membra viri^ viilnus refovent; moi^tique quietem 
Eripiunt tantum, dum^ quam prdjecerat ipse 
Tanto animo , heu irustra ^ contendunt reddere vi tam. 
Impatiens lucis propria Cato vukiera dextra 
Dilacerat^ mortemque docet non posse negări. 3oo 

Gaesar^ Thapsiaca victor de clade reversus 
Tendit Adrumetuln^ quum j^ victoria passim 
Securum praestabat iter. Non arma^ nec uUse 
Insidiae clausere vias. Ignoscit ubique 
Supplicibus, quum nuUa videt restare pericla, sos 
Tutaque fortuna facta est clementia tanta. 
înde Udcam advenit Csesar, &toque Catonis 
Audito, ingemuit^ questusque : c( O invide^ dixît^ 
Cur odio moreris noştri? vitamque relinquis, 
Ne non Csesarea; bonităţi injuria fiat? 310 

Heu! tibi crudelis nimium moriendo fuisti^ 
Ut moriendo mihi posses crudelior esse. 
Durior interitu, quam vita armisque fuisti, 
Uostis esj atque odium noştri, quod sanguine nostro 
Non potuisti umquam, voluisti sanguine saltem 3 15 
Nune satiare tuo , teque ipsum impendere damno 

//. Pars altera. 4 



5o SUPPLEMENTUM 

Caesaris. Evitas nostrum^ cruddis^ amorem. 
Ut luctum facîas. Mihi quid clementia prodest, 
Cui non Romani dubitant praeponere mortem? 
Infelix Magnus şese committere fraudi 3: o 

Barbaricae, potius quam nostro elegit amori. 
Sed tamen iile suas sperans reparare ruinas 
Auxilium infido^ non mortem^ a rege petivit, 
Quam tamen invitus subiit. Tu sponte peristi , 
Invidiam facture mihi. Sed detrahet illam 3:5 

Invidiam, et spes injustas clementia vincet. 
Deflebo funus, natumque amplectar honore; 
Nec me crudelem victo fore sentiet orbis. » 

Dans veniam Gaesar timidis Uticensibus, agmen 
Defessum reficit, paullumque moratus in urbe, 33o 
Munimenta videns, circumspicit undique latam 
Planitiem. Prope silva stetit, regionibus illis 
Rara nimis, non ampla tamen, quam lentus alebat 
Bagrada, qui siccas illic connectit arenas. 
Horrida silva fuit^ conjunctis aera ramis 335 

Obscurum et tristes, exclusis solil^us, umbras 
Complectens. Nemus boc ingressus Caesar opacum , 
Antrum immane videt nigro squalore replc^tum, 
Et marcente situ, quem nox ibi longa creavit. 
Infecit gravidas erumpens halitus auras. S40 

Attonito terrore loci , tandemque roganti 
Rem notam populis adstans Libys incola narrat. 

CC Haec, Caesar, multos jam non habitata per annos 
Antra inmiensa olim monstrum exitiale tenebat, 
Pestis, et ira Deum, serpens, cui saBcuIa nuUa 345 
Produiei*e părem terris : non tanta palude 
Lemaea tumuit, reparatis anguibus, hydra; 
Nec qui poma draco custodiit aurea; nec, c|ucm 
Servantem vigili Phryxaeum lumine vellus 



LUCANL LIB. IV. 5i 

Somniferis tandem domuit Medea vasteois. sso 

Nec tu Phoebeis, Python^ confixe sagîttis 

Taiitus eras^ populis species incognita primia. 

Serpente in tanto potuîsset Gorgonis omne 

Absumi virus; Libycis nec majus arenis 

Hoc monstro^ semen si defluxisset in unum^ 355 

Pestiferae tabes generasset tota Medusae. 

Tam longum sese^ centum porrectus in ukuis 

Quippe fuit, volvit serpens per fluminis undas^ 

Ut quoties gyris distendit terga solutis y 

Adversa praedam potuit deprendere ripa. 860 

Saepe iUic tigris spumantes dblita rictus^ 

Atque cruentati taurorum caode leones 

Ilumina dum liljant^ monştri conduntur in alvo. 

2> Atque utinam bis tantum praedis contenta fuisset 
Ingluvies! periere homines^ quicumqueper sestum 365 
Umbrosae fessi petierunt tegmina sîlvae^ 
Aut quicumque istos^ adverso numine ducti^ 
Advenere vin gelidos haurire liquores. 
Nam simul ac nigro serpens caput extulit antro 
Horrendusi totamque implerunt sibîla silvam, 3;o 
Attonitos timor invasit; non ulla saluds 
Spes manibus^ non ulla fuga : deprendere praedam 
Distendit subito toto se corpore serpens : 
Saepius in flumen^^monstrum vi tare nefandum^ 
Desiluere vin : sed non praestare salutem 37S 

Flumen eis potuit. Nantes correpsit in undis^ 
Nec mergi licult mis^ris; pejora manebaut 
Fata ilios : monştri obscoena conduntur in alvo. 

)) Sic impune diu silva grassatus in ista^ 
Egressus tandem est^ et se ad majora paravit. 38o 
Quid pecudum strages^ quid singula fata virorum 
Persequar? baud vacat hic privatas dicere clades. 

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53 SUPPLEMENTUM 

In populos furit, et totîs cum gentibus atrox 
Bella gerens, ausus Romana lacessere castra est : 
Quum primum twmas Libyes ad litora duxit ^ss 
Regulus Ausonias^ et in bis consederat arvis, . 
Quis mibi de tanto credet certamine? solus 
Invasit totas acies. Exercîtus ille^ 
Qui sibi promisit Lîbyae^ et Carthagîms altae 
Imperium^ quem tot gentes, mundique dmebat 390 
Tertia pars^ mio vix se defendit ab angue. 
Dux capere arma jubet^ nec solis ensibus illic^ 
Aut pilis^ sed ballistis^ quae moenîa sununa 
Et turres quaterent, monstro nova bella parări. 
Protinus însonuere tubae; tune erigit alte 39S 

Se, dirumque caput serpens adtoUit in auras, 
Undique despiciens campos, tantusque videtur, 
Quantus is est, geminas caelo qui dividit Arctos. 
Tune asper saevit, Stygias de gutture diro 
Exhalans nebulas, et flammea lumina torquet. 400 
Squamea quum volvit sublatus terga, putares 
Excebum ad pugnas casţellum sponte moveri, 
Distantum longe subito se immittit in ora. 
Hos morsu, adflatu necat hos, hos toUit in altum, 
Ut, casu interimat miseros; totasque cohortes ^os 

Stemit humo, latas cauda dum yerrit arenas. 
Gonstemuntur equi passim, fraenisque rebelles, 
Invitos saevi dominos serpentis ab ira 
Dum fugiunt, campo portant. Cessere manîpli, 
Tergaque vertlssent, si fas est credere, cuneti, 4io 
Ni tandem valido contortum hastile lacerto, 
Dum şese adrectu tollit, sub pectore diro 
Haesisset : fluxit sanies de vulnere nîgra. 
Horrendum immugit, turn primum vulnera passus 
Longaevus serpens, caudaque flagellat areiias 4»5 



LUCANI. LIB. IV. 53 

Iratus; cuncti clamorem ad sidera tollunt^ 
Speque alacres valldis mittunt per inane lacertis 
Undique pila. Ferit pars magna innoxia tergum 
Squamosum monştri^ crepitantque sonantia tela^ 
Ut sonat aestivus salientis grandinis imber 4- 

Tegmina tectorum feriens. Hastilia quaedam 
Fortunata magis maculoso vulnera veâtri 
Infligunt : solus levibus penetrabilis illi 
Venter erat telis. Nigro humectantur arenae 
Sanguine serpentis^ fecundaeque ante venenis 4^ 
Gorgonea de tabe ^ novo nune semine tristes 
Goncipiunt iterum pestes, et monstra nefanda. 
Nec minus iratus serpens, tantique doloris 
Impatiens^ saevit campis^ et corpora leto 
Prostemit. Levibus necquidquam praelia pilis 43© 
Aut jaculis tantum tentasset miles in hostem; 
Robore ni tandem demissa Phalarica magno 
Immensi spinam fregisset pondere dorsi. 
Tum fractus vires^ et tanto languidus ictu , 
Decubuit. Solito non şese adtollere nisu 4^5 

Jam potuit : patulo tantum minitatur hiatu , 
Et nebulas Isesis exspirat faucibus atras, 
Sic quoque letalis. Tandem stridore per auras 
Tormento volitat trabs acta, caputque nefandum 
Discutit, et cerebro nigras dispergit arenas. 44© 

Horrendus tandem serpens tot jugera magno 
Ventre premens, ipsa metuendus morte jacebat. » 

Postquam oculos silvse miracula tanta vetustae 
Csesaris hnplessent, Utica discessit ab urbe, 
Et victi per regna Jubse victricia ducens 445 

Agmina , regalis famosa ad moenia Zamae 
Pervenit. Ducis hic Petreii animosa Jubaeque 
Funera cognoscens, animo tam tristia fala, 



54 SUPPLEMENTUM LUCANi: LIB. IV. 

Fortunaeque vices summae miseratur amaras. 
Tune uri)e etceptus Zamenses lăudat^ et iilis 4^ 
Fk^ficit împerio Crispum. Maurusîa tellus 
Bomula de tanto facta est provincia regno. 
înde Uticam remeans^ yentis dans carhasa^ Şardon 
Adpulit^ atque illa paullum tellure moratus^ 
Ţuţus ad Auscmiae pervenit litora Gaesar. 4^5. 



SUPPLEMENTUM 

LUCANI. 



LIBER QUINTUS. 



ARGUMENTUM. 

Triumphi Caesaris qaataor coutinuis diebus. Templum Veneri exstructuiu. 
Pompeii juTeoes bcUmn in Hispania renovant. 

jti.OBnJLEAS arces celeri victoria fama 
Caesaris intrarat. Fictis certare paraţi 
Obsequiis complent Phoebeia palatia patres. 
Atque quater denis^ quamvis devicta sit ipsa 
Illo Roma die^ decemuut vota diebus. 5 

Gaeduntur taiiri ^ gratoque altaria ture 
Guncta calent. Nec tot sunt templa ornată coronls^ 
Quum Lado audita est olim victoria felix 
ScipiadaSy et fiisus Zamensibus Hannibal arvts^ 
Aut cum Teutonicis intravit moenia victor 10 

Exsuviis Marius. Non plus felicibus armis 
Extemisve usquam laetata es^ Boma^ tropaeis , 
Quam nunc^ amissa pro libertate^ triumphas. 

Turn justo^ meruit quem Gallia victa^ triumplio, 
Dilatoque diu , jungunt decreta senatus is 

Tres alios^ veteres ut possit Gaesar honore 
Obscurare duces, pompasquc excedere cunctas^ 
Utque triumphales utroque a cardine lauri 
Omarent pariter currus : Aastralibus illa 



S6 SUPPLEMENTUM 

Splendida divîtiis; Borese generosîor ista ao 

Robore et exsuvîis : ut pictis mixta Britanms 
Agmina Niliaca incedant; ut sole ^rustos 
Mazaces albo pomitentur corpore Suevi : 
Ut Galii Armenis juncd^ Maurisque Sicambri 
Spectentur pariter populis; longeque vemotse ^^ 

Tot possint g^tes^ ^t quas pommerqia numquam 
Junxissent^ Latiis junctae nune ire catehis, 
Communemque simul yinctae deflere ruinam : 
Ut eunctos pariter fontes, captivaque Tibris 
Flumina Caesareis videat depicta tabellis : 3© 

înde catenati lugens Germania Rheni 
Fata sui sedeat : Nilus septemfluus^ illic 
Comua fracta gemens : frsenato ut gurgite, Gallis 
înde suiş Rhodanus^ Mauris hinc Bagrada ploret. 
Nec majorem ullo şese urbs Romana triumpho m 
Fortunamque suam potuisset cernere, si non 
Ipsa triumphatae partis pars magna fuisset. 

Tot clarus titidis, tot bellorumque superbus 
Exsuviis, Tyrio Caesar spectabilis ostro 
Moenia sublimi intravit Romana triumpho, .4* 

Quadrijugis vectus niveis, quos pascua mittunt 
Clitunmi laeta, et sacrae victoribus undae. 
Dicito, Calliope, quot gentes quattuor illis 
Quos Ponto, ^gypto, Libye, Gallisque subactis 
Pucebat Gaesar, spectabat Roma triumphis : 4s 

Qutim diversa fuit facies, quam corpore to.to 
Omatus populis varius, quam dissona lingua, 
Dum fluvios tabulis pictos, dum facta metallis 
Oppida, bellorum series, diversaque pugnae 
Tot genera ostendit; varie et fabricata miniştri So 
Arma, ducum exsuvias, argenti pondera e% auri, 
Captaquc magnorum portant diademata. regum. 



LUCANI. LIB. V, . 57 

Sed si non tantse dignaris sihgula pompss 
Dicere^ Galliope^ saltem miserabile magni 
Vercingetorigis fatum reticere putato 55 

Esse nefas, quem bellantem tot viderat annos 
Gallia^ coUatis toties cum Gsesare signls^ 
£t toties renovantem acîes, proavîta tueri 
Jura^ jugumque suiş Romanum avertere Gallis. 
Hic, quem dura ducis nimium sententia morţi ^ 
Damnavit, residens îndignabunda feretro 
Dejicit ora : tegit frontem diffusa minacem 
Gsesaries; Dis iratus^ vitamque perosus 
Captivam^ domini gladios optarevidetur. 

Ecce alia in Phario facies miseranda triumpho cs 
Gorda movet vulgi. Incessit regina catenis 
Arsinoe^ passis per candida coUa capillis^ 
£t teneras, modo quae gessere ^gyptia sceptra^ 
Auratis palmas manicis religata tenebat. 
Quamvis Arsinoen non hic sententia mortis ;» 

Dura manet^ parcit dementia Gaesaris illi : 
Aut donat victor, Gleopatra; captus amore, 
Germanae veniam, Phariamque remittit ad aulam. 
Heu quantum, Gleopatra, tibi, si capta perisset 
Hic soror, abstulerat crimen fortuna futurum! 7^ 
Nam misene Arsinoe donatam a Gaesare vitam 
Grimine majori posthac soror impia toUet. 

Maxima sed populi subiit miserado mentes, 
Quum videre Afro pueri captiva triumpho 
Ora Jubse^ cujus Libyco rex maximus orbe «o 

Nuper erat genitor, qui tot modo regna^ tot urbes, 
Tot populos lata tenuit ditione remotos. 
Quis Latius^ miserande puer^ tam obtusa gercbat 
Pectora^ quem tua non aetas innoxia movit? 
Aut quis te tanto dejectum culminc regni si 



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58 SUPPLEMENTUM 

Immeriu hoslili praebentem colla catenae 

Non moerens animo vidit? sed cseca futuri 

Mens hominum! felix^ quae tam miseranda vîdciur, 

Sors tua^ magne puer; vinclis felicior istis 

£s Juba^ quam magni maneant si regna pareniîs, 9« 

Et stet firma tuis tellus Maurusia sceptris. 

Ula dîes, qiue te captîvum fecerit, illa 

Transtulit in meliiis : quis crederet? illa futurac, 

Tristis visa licet^ posuit fundamina famae. 

Moribus Ausoniis primis nutritus ab annis, 9^ 

Barbarie exutusque, tuo fdicia posthac 

Tempora consdtuens orbi, moderamine justo 

Gommissas olim regini tractabis habenas. 

Nam te, post casus tantos, ad culmina regni 

Evehet Augustus Gaesar, solioque locabit. 100 

Fraeterea excultus studiis, miranda relinques 

Ingenii monumenta tui, calamique perennis 

Docţi fama tibi per saecula cuncta manebit. 

Sed non Phamacis captiva Quiridbus ora 
Armeno potuit Caesar monstrare triumpho. '«s 

Ule fuga evasit. Vehitur fugientis imago; 
Et Veni, Vidi, Vici, tria verba superbo 
Portantur curru, totum narnmtia bellum. 

Romanos animos, plus quam spectacula viva, 
Tristia fata ducum tabulis depicta move]>ant. no 
Ulic moesta videt civilia vulnera Roma, 
Et proprias luget clades; illic sua quisque 
Funera Romanus, cognataque damna recensci. 
Inter barbaricas strages, et funera regum 
Extera^ magnates Libyas, caesosque per Alpcs ns 
Gallorum proceres j proprio qua pingitur ense 
Rex Juba transfixus, convivia moesta cruentaiis, 
Demersusque sui Nili Ptolemaeus in undis, 



LUGANI. LIB. V. 59 

Monstrantur Latiae mortes, absumptaque bellis 
Maxima Caesareîs Romanae nomina gentis. »• 

BGc cum rege Juba Petreius, Afranius ilUc : 
Hlic Torquatus moriens^ hic Siilla jacebat. 
Nec procul hinc oculis agnoscunt flentîbiis ora 
Scipiadse^ P^PP^ I^^^™ desilientis ab alta. 
Tequoque^ sancte Gato, fodientemyiscera dextra, ms 
£t properanti animse lacerantem vuhiera cemunt. 
Verum înto* procerum tot mortes uDa tacetur : 
Nec tabulse moestîs monstrare Quiritibus audent 
Flebile Pompeii fatum , ne tanta triumphos 
Tristaret clades. Sed mors ea sola relicta^ iSo 

Quse tum praecipue populo exspectata fuisset^ 
Altius infixa est quaerentibus^ et bene cuncti 
Jam sine picturis Magni miserabile letum, 
Et seriem tant^c possunt memorare ruinae. 

Quis numerare queat variae spectacula pompae? '35 
Quot campis ludi? nova quot certaraina Circo 
Spectentur populis? quantoque madescit arena 
Sanguine nobilium dat quas Hyrcana ferarum 
Silva ^ aut monstriferis nutrit Getulia campis? 
Quin et nocturnae praefulgent imdique pompae^ i4« 
Delectantque^ parat quum post spectacula Gaesar 
Nocte redire domum, toto famulante senatuj 
Quum mediam cemunt elephantes ire per Urbem, 
Et lucem gestare : forum via lactea visum est : 
Tot simul accensis elephantum terga micabant «45 
Ignîbus, aUjue ibant caelestibus semula signis. 

Nec tantas victoris opes spectacula vana 
Testantur solum; sed duratura per sevum 
Exsurgţmt opera ^ et saeclis miranda futuris. 
Nam templum Veneri , domus a qua Julia nata est, 'So 
Aut pius, aut tanta sublatus origine, Csesar 



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6o SUPPLEMENTUM 

Magnificum exstruxit^ spoliisque omavit opimis: 

Ut formosa Venus tanto videatur honore 

Plus Jovis uiLorem^ et Tritonida vincere, quam qiium 

Aurea poma illi^ nemoros^ in vallibus Idae^ *S5 

Jiulicîum Paridis, Priamo fatale^ dedisset^ 

Plusque Dionese veneretur numina mundus^ 

Quam vel Junonem y vel Pallada : dignius orbi 

Nomen lulaeae censetur stirpis origo 

Quam Supernm regina^ aut vertice nata Tonantis. >6o 

Interiora auro radiabant limina templi 
Marmorei , aurataeque ţrabes^ caelataque multa 
Arte micant simulacra Deum^ et spirantia sîgna. 
Hîc Troja antiqua, et Veneris Phrygiique videntur 
Ancţiisa&thalami^ decantatumque poetis i65 

Frondescit nemas Idasum : quod debuit olim 
Vatibus, hic tantis debens pictoribus Ida. 
Hie torus exsiirgit moUis^ quem mater Amorum, 
Progenîem terris, tantosque datura nepotes , «69 

Cum juvene Anchisa^ quondanţ Venus aurea pressît^ 
Concubitumque hominis pulcherrima passa Deariuu est. 
^neas ţui^ta soboles stat^ corpore talis 
FormosOy qualis, semper florente juventa^ 
Exsultat Phoebus; fraenata aut tlgride^ qualis 
Bacchus odoratis curru descendit ab Indisi : 175 

Troius iEîneas^ cui tantam musa Maronis 
Donavit felix famam per ssecula^ quantam 
Ma^onlus Graio vţites praestabat Achilli. 
Illic eximiae visa est pietatis imago^ 
Quum bonus iBneas, Troja pereunte, parentera i8« 
Grandsevum adtollens humeris^ per tela^ per ignes 
Hostiles rapuit : non illi Laomedontis 
ArsurâB curantur opes^ non fulva supellex, 
Nec sparsaî passim per tanta incendia gazac : 



LUGANL LIB. V. Gi 

Sed genitor^ Phrygiique lares^ et sacra Deorum. »^s 
Pone patrem sequitur fortem formosus lulus, 
Uude genus nomenque suum gem Julia duxit. 
Condidit hic Albam longam^ multosque per annos 
Imperlo rexit. Longo dehinc ordine picti, 
Post primuin, Albani reges monstrahtur^ lulum. 190 
Donec luleam Tullus rex diruit Albam, 
Transuilit et Romas cives. Hinc ordine rursus 
Reges atque duces Laţii, Romanaque fata, 
Usque ad Gaesarei monstrantur tempora regni, 
Quo vetus Alba iterum Romam vicisse videtur. 19^ 

Robore sed quamvis munita potentia tanto 
Gaesaris, et populi plausu firmata videtur, 
Nutat adhuc; et plus terris quatietur Hiberis , 
Quam vel Thessalicis, vel Thapsi tristibus arvîs. 
Maxima adhuc restant discrimina, maxima bella, aoo 
Quse juvenes facient Pompeii, nomine tanto^ 
Non indigna : truces vicinos Gadibus illi 
Herculeis armant populos : Hispania sedes 
Tertia bellorum. et Romani scena furoris. 

Gurrit ad occasus, extremaque litora mundi a»^ 
Jam civile nefas, qua şese Hispania pandit 
Ultima. Non ulii populo majora videntur, 
Quum vastus fessos, exacta luce, jugales 
Proluit Oceanus, rutilantis corpora Phcebi^ 
Atque ideo propiora sua; putat incola terras aio 

Deceptus, tamquam şese illic aetheris alti 
Gonvexum incli'net. Sed majus ab aequore tanto 
Surgentes reddunt nebulae, densique vapores 
Objectum,. radios oculi diffundei^ sueti. 
Hinc non ulla vident surgente crepuscula Phoebo, ^'^ 
Nec fugiente : dies oritur cum sole, caditque. 

Tota jacet corii specie difiUsa bovini 



62 SUPPLEMENTUM 

Terra Hispaoa^ mari cincta undique^ et insula paene 
Facta^ nisi gelida quod Pyrenâeus ab Arcto 
Mons interpositus Gallis disterminat agriş. »*• 

Facturam tantis montem divoitia terris 
Excelsum posuit Natura, et vertice ca&lum 
.£quantem summo. Nudum est, et gramine nullo 
Vestitum, quod Gallonim praepinguibus arvis 
Objicitur, Boreale latus : contraque cacumen, »»s 
Qua steriles terrse campos prospectat Hiberae, 
Frondosum sil vas densas^ et pascua Iseta 
Ostendit : tamquam Galii felicibus arvis 
Divitias moiis iste suas concesserat, utque 
Vestiret şese, terras spoUarat Iberas. a3o 

Nubifero , famae si credas, nomina monti 
Pjrrene miseranda dedit. Regnabat in illo 
Monte Bebryx gariitor, parvaque excepit in aula 
Hospitio Alcidem, formosa armeata petentem 
Geryonis. Visa est Alcidae regia virgo «ss 

Pyrene; placuitque nimiîs; deceptaque tandem * 
Hospitis invicti placito succumbit amori. 
Conjugium Aicides miserae, taedasque jugales 
Si modo Geryonis victor remearit ab arvis, 
Promitţit : sed fata negant crudelia taedas. 940 

Nec prius Aicides vincit, quam funere trişti 
Pyreuje formosa jacet. Timet illa parentem 
Iratum; nec jam vitiati pondera ventris 
Ulterius celare valet. Queribunda pererrat 
Frondosas latd^ras, et vasti devia montis; 345 

Solaqtie furtivum silvis deplangit amorem. 
Amphitryoniadem falsum, tardumve vocabat^ 
Donec plorantis frustra, magnique vocantis 
Hecculis auxilium^ leto crudelior ipso, 
Bellua formosae laceravit virginis artus. as» 



LUCANL LIB, V. 63 

Âmphitryoniades tristem Bebrycis ad aulam 
Jam victor rediens, amissa virgine, demens , 
Et formidandus luctu, per lustra ferarum, 
Per juga, perque alţi frondosa cacumina montîs 
Tendebat, sponsse quserens vestigia carae, >5s 

Pyrenenque suam moesto clamore vocabat : 
Pyrenen silvae, Pyrenen antra ferarum, 
Et curvae toto resonabant monte cavemse. 
Ingemuit locus ipse; ferae tremuere, metuque 
Montani latitant fures; nec qua^rere praedam ^e. 

Immanes audent ursi, torvive leones, 
Dum nemore atque jugis graditur Tyrintbius altis. 
Sed postquam laceros artus, atque ora puellae 
Deformata suae cognovit, fata Deosque 
Multum incusavit lacrimans. Tune oscula caris 365 
Relliquiis repetita dedit; supremaque plangcns 
Funera, Pyrenen tumulavit montibus illis. 
« Diruet banc ( inquit) molem non longa vetustas : 
Famaque tum tua maţor ^rit; tumulique mma 
Augebit tumulum. Toto tune monte jacebis, >?<> 
Ut juga tota tenet Bacchus Nyseia sepultus. 
Mon&erit iste tuus. d Gonsensit fama; twieiitque 
Pyrenes işti nomen per saecula montes. * 

Pompeii juvenes, instructo milite, Gades 
Linquentes, bellum omne locant, qua pinguia Baetis 
Culta secans, sua feliei dat nomina terraî. «^ 

Oppida ceperunt primo regionibus illis 
Ateguam, atque Ucubin, et, nomen clade futura 
Funestum Ausonîae, Mundam, et te grata Gamoenis 
Gorduba, doctorum cunis fecunda virorum. «»« 

Undique Pompeiis vires Hispania mittit. 
Hic praeter Latias aquilas , Romanaque signa, 
Quae Varus^ duxitque acer Labienus, Hiberi 



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64 SUPPLEMENTUM LUCANI. LIB. V. 

Pugnaces ooeunt. Hic stat trux Cantaber, armis 
Qui vitam impendit solis^ gens nescia pacis »h5 

Aut siccae mortis^ ferro praeveitere şueta 
Imbelles annos : decus esse abrumpere vitam, 
Naturaeque putant segnem donare senectam. 
Augurii sacri, divinariunque peritam 
Flaminarum pubem dîves Gallscia mittit. >9o 

Callaîcî veniunt, qui, dempto marte, laborem 
Non ullum novere vin : nam semina sulcis 
Injicît, et duro glebas invertit aratro 
Femina, dum manibus peraguntur bella vironun. 
A Minii ripis patrii venit impiger Astur, 395 

Auriferique Tagi fulgentia signa ferebat 
Incola, deciduum consuetus cernere solem. 
Et Vasco insuetus galeis, et Goncanus audax, 
Qui se Massagetum dura de stirpe fatctur, 
G>mipedis consuetus equi potare cruorem. 3oo 

Gdtiberi, bello qui corpora caesa suorum 
Igne cremant, creduntque nefas, si forte jacentuni 
Exanimes fera vel volucris depascitur artus, 
A ripis rapidi veniunt Sucronisj et onmes 
Hispanae gentes, quaecumque aut funera MagnI sos 
Ulcisci, aut Latios cupiunt nutrire furores. 






SUPPLEMENTUM 

LUGANL 



LIBER SEXTUS 



ARGUMENTUM. 

FugDa navalis cum tempestate describitur. Funestum Munda praeliam. 
Gn. Pompeius, Yanu, et Labieaus interfecti sunt. 

J-ixciPiT Oceanus civilia bella ^ priusquam 
Hispanas tangant terras^ et trîstia pontus 
Pompeianarum gestat praeludia cladum. 
Qua Tartessiacas extremum litus ad oraş 
Extendit Libye, Pompeîi nomine Varus s 

.Sxjuora custodii : pro Caesare, Didius iUuc 
Glassibus advenit. Vicinaque litora utrimque 
^quorîs angusti belii videre furorem , 
Et terris timuere suiş. Vix pugna coorta est , 
Quum variis subito tumuerunt aequora ventis. io 
Fluctibus insurgit totum mare; plusque pericli, 
Quam gladii hostiles, tempestas atra minatur. 
Et Tingitanis primp ruit Auster ab oris, 
Corus ab Occiduo pelago; violentus Hibaro 
Litore surgebat Boreas ^ et flatibus undas >5 

Reppulit adversis. Variis vexata procellis 
.£quora confusos toUunt ad sidera fluctus. 
Nil aliud dubio flatu voluisse videtur, 

//. Pars alura, 5 



66 SUPPLEMENTUM 

Qiiam turbare mare, et sceleratum abnimpere bellum^ 
iEolus, auţ mediis imdls utramqpie, priusquam ^ 
Sanguine civili madeant, immergere classem. 
Sed rabiem Oceani vicit, ventique furorem 
Bellandi vesanus amor^ tantisque ruebat 
Mibtis'impietas ad praelia dira procellis, 
Quantis mercator, quamvis avidissimus, undas »5 
-^Equoreas tentare neget; nec vellera Parmae, 
Jndum ebur, aut Rubro pretiosas sequore conchas, 
Auderet tali ratibus conquirere caelo. 

Jamque propinquabant classes, validisque lacertis 
Sulcatas vertere undas ^ tonsisque secabanţ 3o 

Excus^is : fluctu spumabant caeruţa cano. 
Innumerse pariter toUuntur ad sethera voces. 
Nec jam remorum sonitus^ clangorve tubarura 
Audiri poterant : Iţoiniiium clamore premuntur : 
Sed remos^ vocesque honiinum^ sopitumque tubarum 
Sacchantes venti, tempestatesque sonorae 36 

Exsuperant. Nimbis pariter jaculisque diurna 
Lux periit, densiş et inhorruit unda tenebris, 
Tum rostra haud visis $onuerunt obvia rostris. 
Occurrunţ oliae proprio conamine naves^ 4© 

Hostibus objîciunt alias agitata procellis 
iEquora, et invitas forsan concurrere cogunt. 
Navibus elidunt naves, hominumque furori 
Additur ira maris. Cunctos geminata pericla, 
Dissipiilesque metus urgent caligine tanta. 45 

Dum pugnont alii, pelagi sarcire ruinas 
Contendmit alii, et propiorem avertere mortem. 
Nec jam pugnantes pro Câcsare Didius audax 
Hortari poterat, nec in ordine vertere classem : 
Non Ponipeianis Varus mandata valebat so 

Militibus darej nec voces fragor aequoris ullas 



LUCANI. LIB. VI. 67 

Jam sinit audiri : ventîs^ fatoque relinquunt 
Omnia, et attonitas classes Fortuna regebat, 
Praelîa commîttens. Rostro perfossa carina 
Subsidet, et fatum nescit cui debeat, hosti^ 55 

An tempestati. Nec sola fragoribus auris 
Terretur : sed nox oculis obducitur atra. 
Nec tamen est tenebrosa satîs : sed tristius illis 
Exoritur lumen tenebris, et fulgura ponto 
Crebramîcant, lucîsquereposcereregnavidentur: 60 
Quam sol non potuit^ depellunt fulgura noctem. 
Illîc dum tumidis forte oppugnatur in undis 
Pompciana ratis, nec se defendere contra 
Hostiles valet incursus^ et capta videtur, 
Vindicat iratum pelagus sibi : gurgite pinus «5 

Mergitur, et rapuit victoribus unda triumphum. 
Ast alias jam possesss v ictore carinas 
Obruit, et cito devictos ulciscitur aequor. 
Contra utramque diu classem Fortuna videtur 
Pugnare^ atque odiis vexare liostilibus ambas. 70 
Finivit tandem dubii certamina Martîs , 
Ostenditque, quibus cseli pelagique labores 
Ipsa cxcivisset tantos r victoria classi 
Caesareae jam plena fuit^ quam Didius audax 
Erubuit vento aut pelagi debere procellis. js 

Amissam Varus classem videt. Obruta ponto 
Pars jacuit : pars victores possessa vehebat. 
Relliquias secum fugientibus inde carinis 
Garteiae ad portum vexit, ratibusque relictis 
EiÂensus tellure vias^ hihc castra petebat so 

Pompei juvenis. Toto tune milite frustra 
Mcenia Pompeius munitae obsederat Ullae. 

Interea cursu celeri, quo bella solebat 
Conficere, Hispanas Caesar properabat ad oraş. 

5. 



68 SUPPLEMENTUM 

Queiţi Roma cgressum dena bis luce^ Saguntus ts 
Excipit, urbs fidei clarum per ssecula nomen^ 
Et crimen quondam Superum; quod non nisimagno 
Deleri excîdio potuit Carthaginîs altae. 

Urbis ad occiduum nitidîs it Diiria lymphîs 
Culta rîgans vicina^ atque in mare tendit Hiberum* 9* 
Sed diicis haud tanti cursum vel Duria tardat, 
Vel rapidae Sucronis aquae, montesve corusci, 
Queîs faciunt dites argentea nomina venae. 
înde răpit cursum flavae per litora Baetis/ 
Et procul egressus, totis te, Corduba dives, 95 

Obsidione premit turmis^ non spe potiundae : 
Praesidiis urbem validis nam Sextus habebat; 
Sed trahat obsessae ut Pompeium a moenibus UUae. 
Quod juxta evenit : namque^ obsidione relicta, 
Pompeius totis sectatur viribus hostem^ «00 

Jam pugnae cupidus; sed non certamen iniquo 
Caîsar inire loco statuit : verum agmine moto 
Progressus, Salsi non magnas transilit undas^ 
Ateguamque Vîapit subita feliciter arte. 

Ategua amissa^ veritus Pompeius Hiberas, »o5 

Fortuna quassante (idem, ne perderet urbes 
Et reliquas, uni properat committere pugnae 
Spes omnes, viresque suas; hostemque sequutus 
Ocius, ad Mundae fatalia pervenit arva. 
Castra locat tumulo modico, qui desuper omnem «to 
Planitiem late despectat, Caesaris unde 
Ante oculos positas potuit numerare cohortes. 

NuUa hic auguria, aut tantae praenuntia cladis 
Prodîgia implerant campos aut aera; nuUae 
Vel per inane faces, vel diri arsere cometae. tis 

Non signis examen apum^ liquefactave pila 
Fulmine; non volucres, non exta minacia terrent. 



LUCANI. LIB. VI. 69 

Plus tamen hîc moerent omnes^ metuitque silentes 
Turba Deos : tamquam clades iînmanior omni 
Ostento his campis^ et inenarrabile damnum >»• 

Immineat Mundae. Tacito portenta timore, 
Quae nuUi fecere Deum, sibî quisque creabat. 
In Pompeianis per moesta silentia castris 
Ancipites errant animi. Nune improba vota 
Goncipiunt, et spes diras; umbrasque vîdentur, las 
Horridaque ante oculos mortis simulacra futurae 
Cernere : lymphata rursus formidine pallent. 
Nec, quamvis sperare nimis fortuna vetabat 
Gassaris^ exoptant victas producere vitas. 
Danda tamen venia est illis, quum Caesaris audax. >3» 
Bella timet miles^ Latium qui saepe cruorem 
Hauserat^ et, patriae toties în viscera fortes, 
Incipiunt trepidare manus. Exercitus orbîs 
Iile triumphati domitor, victorque senatus 
Romani, qui tam praeceps in bella ruisset «^s 

Thessala, Thapsiacisque ausus praevertere campis 
Jussa ducis, jam jussa tîmet, sonitumque tubaruni; 
Nec sibi desuetum potis est celare timorem. 

Sed minus ut vulgi pavidos mirere tumultus, 
Tristis ad haec Caesar funestae praelia Mundae i4o 
Ipse venit. Consueta deest fiducia; nec frons 
Hla duci est, ex qua toties felicia belii 
Ante tubas hilaris tulerat pracsagia miles. 
Lubrica fortassis moesto tune pectore dona 
Fortunae expendens, quantisque agitata procellis «45 
Sint humanarum metuenda cacumina rerum ^ 
Per tot magnorum quas fecerat ipse ruinas, 
Formidare suam discit. Felicia Magni 
T^mpora dinumerat,- totque inviolata per amios 
Prosperitas ;, similisque suae, Pharsalia donec «s» 

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70 SUPPLEMENTUM 

Tam longas evertit opes^ in mente recursat; 
Et Magni casum, postquam fastigia Magni 
Adtigerat, jam visa levis Fortuna minări. 

Haec moeste reputat Gsesar^ mentemque labantem 
Corrlpit^ iratus tacite; tandemcjue cohortes «ss 

Adloquitur^ vultu caecum celante tîmorem. 
a Bellorum comites^ qui mUle pericula, miile 
Vicistîs plus quam Herculea virtute labores^ 
En vobis toties truncata repullulat hydra! 
Ultimus hic labor est ; infirma atque ultima coUa <6o 
Exserit; hic virţus eadem, quae prima reddit, 
Et robusta magis, resecet postrema; nec ultra 
Grescere civilis permittat semina belii, 
Quae post tot clades imbellis Hiberia nutrit. 
Sanciet haec nobis pacem victoria : totus «65 

Exarmatus erit post haec certamina mundus. 
Sed qui sunt, qui bella parant? qui Caesaris enses, 
Et totidem bellis victricia signa lacessunt? 
Destituet plebş ista ducem non sponte sequuta, 
Sed casu. Num Pompeii pugnabit amore, »;• 

Quem non novit adhuc? num vânam nominis um})rani 
Plus quam Csesareas vires, quas nuper Hilerda 
Vincentes vidit, populus formidat Hiberus? 
At vero si qua est legio Romana sub armîs 
Pompeii, nidibus constat tironibus, aut his, 175 
Qui vobis victi fugientia terga dederunt, 
Et veterem adducunt secum ad nova castra tîmorem. 
Quae toties yictus faciet jam praelia Varus? 
Hispanisve geret Labienus transfuga, plus quam 
. Aut prius Emathiis, Libycis aut gesserit arvis? tsa 
Ite mei comites> belloque imponite finem. » 

Dixerat; at nuUo excipiunt clamore cohortes 
Yerba ducis, nec stridentes accendcrc possunt 



LUGANI. LIB. VI. ri 

Dejectos animos litiii ^ conceptave comu 
Glassica ; nec quamquam ad pugnam de colle propinquo 
Decurrunt Pompeîani , procedere campo >«> 

Longîus, aut rapido, utmos est, occurrere cursu, 
Turn primuin trepidus, yeteranus Caesaris audet. 
Quod simul ut vidit, magna inflammatus ab ira : 
<( Deseritisne ducem, et faciet nece Gâesarîs, inquit, 
Vos thnor emeritos hodieD? Sîmul adripit hastam 19^ 
Ductor, et adversos solus defertur in hostes. 
Obstupuere illi, quibus hsec miracula, miles 
Gâesareus timidus, temerarîus ipse, yidentur. 

Vix oculîs primo credunt : mox in caput audax 195 
Undiquepîla volant; donec, vincente pudore, 
Non virtute, metum, cunctis exercitus armis 
Ad ducis auxilium procurrit, et impia tanta 
Tune rabie, quanto detrectavere tîmore, 
Bella gerit, redimat Romano ut sanguine culpani, ao» 
Et dira faciat funesta piacola cd0de. 
At primo pugnas gentes utrimque furore 
Difiugiunt, solis pcragendaque bella relinquunt 
Ensibus Ausoniis; aliis nec egebat Enyo, 
Pallida nec phrres Alecto optabat : in omfne «©s 

SuiBecere nefas hae dextrae. Hîc con^titit atrox 
Pugna; pares urgent acies, animique, paresque 
Irarum stimuli. Magnis hortatibus ambo 
Inter spemque metumque duces discurrere primo 
Gospenint, frustraque suos impellere, donec aio 
Lassati excedutit pugna : collemque propinquiim 
Ductor uterque capit. Diri hinc discrimina belii, 
Totque cruentatos enses , tot stragis acervos 
Dum trîstes spectaht, vix formidare vacabat, 
Vix sperare : duces subiit miseratio sola, "5 

Feralisque timor, ne non victoria moesto 



72 SUPPLEMENTUM 

Ulla^ sed ambobus lugenda tragoedia campo 
Restaret, Latiusque illic procumberet orbis* 
Ultima Caesarei restare pericula credunt; 
Et Pompeiani post haec spirare recusant •«<> 

Praeh'a : pugnaces animos agit aemula virtus. 
Utque magis stupeas, cunctis incognita bellis 
In totis subito sunt orta silentia campis^ 
Dum media fervent rabie : nulloque virorum 
Audito clamore, manus movere furentes. *^s 

Ad Pompeianas tandem victoria partes 
Se trahere est visa, et pauUatim cedere retro 
Caesarei coepere^ fuga vix Centuriones 
A turpi reţinere queunt; quum fortia Caesar 
Pectora denudans^ stricto sic ense profatur : aso 

CC Non tibi jam, Fortuna levis, quae condere summa 
Exoptas potius^ quam condita summa tuerl^ 
Irascor : sa tis ampla mihi^ quae nulla tacebunt 
Secula, fecisti, fateor. Transferre favorem 
Jam te, Diva, decet, mundo ne ignota potestas «35 
Sit tua, meque Deum deceptus crederet orbis. » 

Dixerat, et certa fodisset pectpra dextra; 
Sed Fortuna, velut prope summa pericula mater 
Stare sinit puerum interdum, ut majora timentl 
Gratius auxilium veniat, submittit alumno, «40 

Unde minus speratur, opem. Nam castra Bogudes 
Extra aciem positus, praedae perductus amore, 
Pompeiana petit. Contra hune ad castra tuenda 
Ex acie educit Labienus quinque cohortes. 
Perdîdit infelix Pompeium hic casus, et omne 945 
Mutavit belii fatum. Pro Caesare falsus 
It timor, et cunctîs Labienus terga dedisse 
Creditur; illa suos debellat opinio, spemque 
Caesareis creat. Errorem monstrare, metumve 



LUCANL LIB. VL 73 

Tantum înhîbere studet frustra Pompeius^ acerbo»5o 
Prodita diffugit casu miseranda juventus. 

Infelix Vanis , toties devictus ab armls 
Gaesareis, quem tot per clades fala liderunt, 
Jam male servatam cupiens abrumpere vitam , 
Irruit in medios enses : în viJnera laetus ^ 

Miile ruit moriens; post tot certamina clădi 
Huic superesse pudet, cumuloque deesse virorum. 

At miser ut totis rediens Labienus in arvis 
Pompeiauorum vidit fugientia signa^ 
Erroremque simul fatalem audiverat, amens : >6o 
<ic Me mişerum^ exclamat! tantae^ Fortuna^ ruinae 
Me facis auctorem? per me crudelia fata 
Ausoniam subigunt? liac^ hac fuge^ prodite miles; 
Hoc aperi pectus^ tristemque idciscere cladem : 
Aut poenas sument pro vobis Csesaris enses ». aes 
Tum vero, ut leo Getulis in saltibus ardens, 
Qui venatorum telis cingentibus^ ultro 
Adsilit in ferrum, şese ingerit ipse periclis, 
£t cupide letum gladio molitur ab omnî. 
Tandem vita fugit Stygias irata sub umbras. a;o 

Jam stragis cumulos, et ineluctabile damnuni 
Viderat infelix tumulo Pompeius ab alto^ 
Et quamvis lucem damnat, sperare juventus 
Integra persuadet; necquidquam a tristibus arvis 
Aufugit, heu! tellure statim moriturus in ista. >;5 
Sed fratrem Hispanas abscondent fata per urbes, 
Caesarîs ut possit post mortem, tristîa rursus 
Bella, et Romanos olim renovare furores. 

Impia jam caedes oritur, passimque per agros 
Palantes caedunt insano ardore furentes =*»«> 

Gaesarci , et tanto saturaiit crudelius iras 
Victores, quanto plus tristia bella timebant 



74 SUPPLEMENTUM 

Ante tiibas dudum. Nec jam fugientîbus uUam 

Vicinae latebrae y vel Pompeiana salutem 

Castra dabant miseris^ infirmave moenia M undae. ^s 

Nam cito diripiunt victores castra; citaque 

Vi Mundam expugnant; dum^ quod vix ulla tacebunt 

Saecula^ vel credent forsan^ pro cespite fossas 

Corporibiis complent^ faciuntque cadavera niuix)s. 

Nec solum ante tubas , sed post haec praelia tristis «o» 
Caesar erat : quanti victoria constitit illa, 
£t quam moesta siet civili gloria bello^ 
Sero animum subiit. Miserae nune vulnera Romae^ 
Nune sua, victorisque nefas crudele recenset, 
Invidiamque simul; victricem paene coactus '9^ 

Fortunam damnare suam ; qu^ clade tt^iumphuni 
Obruit, et tanto maculavit sanguine lauros. 
Talia dum moesto volvebat pectore Csesar, 
Pompei caput abscissum Cenonius adfert. 
Ingerait, et tantae lacrimis agnoscit obortis 3<»o 

Fata dpmus; subiit magni genitoris imago, 
Atque iEgyptiaco miserandum in litore funus. 
Quaerenti fatum juvenis, Cenonius infit : 

(( Quum modo Pompeius Mundoe funesta per arva 
Tot stragis cumulos, tot corpora caesa suorum 3o5 
InfeliK vidit, nec jam reparabile damnum ; 
Vectus equo celeri, Carteiae ad litora fugit, 
Ut portum nactus notum , dare carbasa ventis 
Posset : at insidias veritus, nostrosque sequentes, 
Litora deseruit rursus, silvamque propinquam, 3io 
Consilii incertus, petiit. Nos terga sequuti 
Instamus, silvamque oculis scrutamur opacam; 
Quaerentesque diu frustra, sub tegmine fagi 
Umbrosae tandem defessum, et vulnere claudum 
Pompeium adspîcimus solum, pro! tristia sortis 3«5 



LUCANL LIB. VL 75 

Humanae specula^ et pompae documenta caducac! 

Pompeium illum^ inquam, qui tecum^ o maxime Gsesar^ 

Tot modo stipatus legionîbus^ et comitatus 

Gentibus imiumeris, tam longo tempore^ fatîs 

Pugnayit dubiis^ jam cinctum milite nullo ^'o 

Vidimus. Ut trădat se, hortamm*^ at iile minaci 

Intrepidus vultu : « Numquam me Caesaris, inquit, 

» Gaptivum, victmn quamvis, fortuna videbit. 

)) Abscissum yideat caput^ et cervice revulsa 

» Haeredem agnoscat Magni ; nec dedecus illud, sas 

)) Quod fatum genitoris erat, mihi Roma putabit. 

y> Non tam vile tamen caput hoc, certamine nullo 

» Ut vobis tradatur, erit : dum tela supersunt, 

)) Non gratis moriar w. Tum pugnam ingressus iniquam^ 

In mediosque mens , sine spe, sine viribus , omnes 330 

Nos pariter, sola adjutus virtute, lacessit. 

Nec vitam, quam tanto animo projecerat ipse, 

Servandi nobis conceditur uUa potestas. 

Invasit ferrum, ceciditque în vulnera laetiis, 

Et tandem invito mortem sibi vindicat hostc. » 335 

Tum Gaesar lacrîmans : ce Generosum quaerite truncura ; 

Turiferis coUecta rogis componite memljra 

Gum capite, et dignam tantis date manibus urnam. » 

Digressus Munda Gaesar, securus ab onmi 
Bellorum strepitu, victricia signa per ur])os 340 

Sustulit Hispanas. Jam Gades, Gorduba dives, 
Hispalis, atque omnes, quascumque interluit undis 
Baetis, Anasve suîs, victori tradere şese 
Non dubitant urbes. Populi , gentesquc remotae 
Sub juga jam veniunt : abjectis Gantabcr annis, 345 
Gallaicusque ferox, et Gelta^ atque impigcr Aslur 
Exposcunt veniam, pacemque a Gaesare quaîrunt. 



76SUPPLEMENTUM LUCANI. LIB. VI. 

Nil terris olim venerabile nomen Hiberis 
Jam valuit Magni : cunctos Fortuna clientes 
Xranstulerat; solus jam possidet omnia Caesar. sso 
, Nec mirum obtîneat terras si solus Hiberas^ 
Qui sine rivali Romanas obtinet arces. 



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SUPPLEMENTUM 



LUGANL 



LIBER SEPTIMUS. 



ARGUMENTUM. 

Honorefl Caesari a senatu decreti. Bellum in Parthoe parat. Gonjiiratio 
in Gaesarem. Prodigia. Gxsar in senata occiditux. 

J AM se post clades tantas^ tot vulnera gentîs 
Ausoniae^ et strages populorum^ absumpserat ipsum 
Civilis furor, et terris pax alma refulsit. 
Defessis iterum rebus sperare quietem 
Coeperunt populi : non tristia bella timebant^ s 

Omnia dum tenuît Csesar^ nec in orbe potestas 
Altera^ nec fuerit communis Roma duobus. 
Hune supra invidiam Fortuna evexerat; hujus 
Regnum amat^ ut tutum^ populus. Nam quem magis optent 
Gustodem pacis^ quam qui fortissimus armis zo 

Semper erat^ nuUoque umquam devictus ab hoste? 
Plebs libertatem^ sola contenta salute^ 
Romula projecit; nec post tot praelia pacem^ 
Quamvis cum domino veniat pax ista^ recusat. 

Nec solum vulgus, domino servire paratum, »» 
Gaesaris imperium votis amplectitur : illud 
Et procerum pars magna cupit; tranquillaque Patres 
Tempora lassati exoptant; quos^ fulgura sunmios 
Ut feriunt montes^ feriunt discrimina saevi 



78 SUPPLEMENTUM 

Praecipue belii, et gaudens feralis Enyo *• 

Sanguine nobilium semper. Nec nomen inane 
Jam libertatis (dudum ipsa eversa jacebat) 
Sanguine jam reţinere student : vix ij)sa videtur 
Libertas tanti. Neque ficto Caesaris augent 
Obsequio titulos; sed vero pectore tantos, »5 

]Ne sibi rege minor videatur Caesar, honores 
Decernunt, quantos nequeat priva tus habere. 

Perpetuum dictatorem, patriaeque parentem 
Adpellant Patres; denos ut consul in annos 
Designaretur, statuunt^ altaque curuli So 

Ipse ut supremus Romana censor in urbe. 
Veste triumphali indutus, lauroque sederet 
Perpetua omatus. Nec non, de principe, numen 
Ut fieret victor, donant altaria, sacra, 
Altaque templa, quibus pulcherrima juncta Dearum 3s 
lUius adstabat statuae Clementia sacrac. 
Gaesareo faciunt Vestales nomine vota ; 
Et quo quaeque die victoria contigit illi, 
Civilis quamquam! celebrantur festa per Urbem. 
Credere t hoc aliquis, quum sint feralia fastis 4o 

Et Trebia, et Cannae, Romanis nomina; Mundae, 
Thessaliae, Thapsique dies jam laeta vocentur 
Temporal Pompeiique necem, sanctique Catonis, 
Scipiadaeque, albis designet Roma lapillis! 
Nullus restat honor, quem non adsumere possit ^ 
Jam sibi : victori tanta est concessa potestas! 

Quid nune imperio securam Caesaris Urbem, 
Et tandem optată, pro libertate, quiete 
Laetantem, possit civilia rursusin arma, 
Rursus in horrendas populos impellere clades? «• 
Quid tantas victoris opes , stabilitaque regna 
Eruerc? an non tam facile est suprema tueri , 



LUCANI. LIB. VIL 79 

Quam dare^ dis Superis? an non mortalîbus uUa 
Firma datur^ nullisque malis yiolanda potestas? 
NuUane livorem poterit transcendere vîrtus? «s 

Nec tantum meriţi spatiiim est^ quod non Capit uUa 
Invidiae rabies? O SHmmis lubrica semper^ 
Et minitans statio! Non te tua plurima virtus 
Securum^ Caesar^ praestat; non robur in armis^ 
Non bonitas, tantasque aequans clementia vires» &> 
Supplidbus fnistra veniam, victisque salutem^ 
Exsnlibusque Urbem permittis : Romula frustm 
Imperia exomare studes^ dum legibus orbem 
Emendas prudens, aut oppida diruta condis 
Magnificus. Tantis jamdudum exstincta ruinÎ8 65 
Per te stat Carthago^ novisque impieta colonis 
Eîsurgit, nuribus non jam metuenda Latinis. 
Tu quoque restauras, Latiisque habitanda Corînthi 
Moenia das bimaris^ nec famam auctoribus uUam 
Detrahîs antiquis; sed adhuc reţinere vetusta 70 

Nomina permittis totuih vulgata per orbem. 

Non tamen haec £itum avertunt, nec regna tueri 
Usurpata diu possunt; non mentibus ulla 
Conciliare jugum generosis munera possunt; 
Nec libertatem clementia pensat ademptam. 75 

Invidiae stimulos ergo ut lenire furentis, 
Et capite insidias^ quas maturare quietem 
Non nescit, Cassar factis avertere possit, 
Nec non externo maculas abstergere bello 
Civiles ; quum jam Crassi vindicta perisset «o 

Debita jamdudum Latio; jussu iile senatus, 
Ne patrum imminui videatur sacra potestas, 
Decretoque togae, mandari Parthica bella 
Suppliciter petiit : felix ut, more retento 
Romulei antiquo populi, legionibus iret «5 



8o SUPPLEMENTUM 

Tessera. Sicque alacri compellat voce senatum; 
Ci Si mihi^ Conscriptî Patres^ qusesîta potestas 
Esset^ ut immani s^evaque tyrannide solus 
Regnarem^ ut quodcumque jubet furor impius^ aut mens 
^gra metu^ aut suadet luxus^ vel prava libîdo 9» 
Exsequerer : tanto non tempore dissimulata 
Consilia, et furişe latuissent pectoris hujus^ 
Jamdudum gladios sensisset Roma nefandos. 
Sed non nos vitiis famulantia gessimus arma, 
Nec factura Urbî, sed detractura tyrannos. 9^ 

Libertatis erit custos victoria nostra, 
£t legum; nec, si non haec perspecta fuissent 
Numinibus, nostrae favissent Numina causae. 
Cur gravis aut metuenda, Patres, sîtnoştra potestas^ 
Quae vitam tot devictîs dedit hostibus, et tot i«> 
Exsulibus reditum? quis jussu Caesaris umquam, 
Dum siluere tubae, jugulatus concidit hostis? 
Scipiadae chartas post Thapsi bella cremavi 
Non lectas, ne quos victor deprendere possem, 
Et punîre hostes. Potius quam caede tueri >o5 

Nobilium hanc vitam, nescire pericula nostra 
Elegi; nec non invitus, Numina testor, 
Civilem sumpsi gladium, dum praemia justa 
Bellorum bello conquirere, proque triumphis, 
Quos tot trans Alpes annos, pontumque Britannum, no 
Et Rhenum, merui vincendo, vincere cogor 
Rursus; et invidiam his armis, quibus ante feroces 
Edomui Britonas, Suevos, Gallosque, domare. 
His isdem forsan, vobis mandantibus, armis, 
Si non în patriam paucorum injuria bellum ns 

Vertisset, Latiis Babylon spoliata tropaeis, 
Jamdudum nostros lenisset clade dolores^ 
Ultimaque Ausonias tremuissent Bactra secures. 



LUCANI. LIB. VIL 8i 

Haec jam bella mîhi numen peragenda rcliquit. 
Ad Parthos, Patres, si vos decerni tis ^ ibo; »• 

£t simul ac Tauri de comibus aureus exit 
Fhoebus^ ad Eoas victricia signa pharetras 
Gonvertam. Ausonias aquilas^ aniLssaque signa 
Aut referam^ aut moriar^ dignis aut cladibus ultus 
Tune erit^ aut caeso comitatus Gaesare Crassus ». 1*5 

Adsensere Patres : placuit tam nobile bellum, 
£t tantus ductor; cui Parthica bella senatus 
Nequidquam mandat : coeptis ingentibus obstant 
Fata; nec Ausoniae decus hoc^ nec Caesaris armis 
Concedunt. Iterum redeiuit civilia bcUa^ »3o 

Et populi abrumpit trisds fortuna quietem. 
Sola quies jam Caesar erat. Cum Caesare^ rursus 
Pax Romana perit; cujus mors dira pianda est 
Cladibus innumeris, laceroque cruentior orbi, 
Quam tot viventis feralia bella fuissent. 135 

Fataducismortemaccelerant; parsmagna senatus 
Conjurat trepidi; nec qui de parte stetissent 
Adversa solum, et noti jam Caesaris hostes, 
Spurius, et Naso, Rubrius, Servilius audax, 
Donatusque semel venia Ligarius, atqiie i4o 

Caecilius ; sed qui vulgo creduntur amici 
Illius, adjungunt şese : Trebonius inter 
Hos fuit, et Casca, et Cimberj nec Cassius acer 
Defuit insidiis, qui libertatis ademptae, 
Quamvis urbana praetura a Caesare nuper 145 

Donatus, vindex numquam non esse volebat. 
Jungitur his Decimus, notissimus inter amicos 
Cassaris, ingratus, cui trans- Alpina fuisset 
Gallia Caesareo nuper commissa favore : 
Non illum conjuncta fides, non nomen amici iSo 
Deterrere potest. Nec adhuc sat finna videtur 

//. Pars altera. U 



82 SUPPLEMENTUM 

Conjurata manus^ quamvis pars tanla senatus, 
Totque simul proceres sanxisşent foedera dira : 
^Te quoque , flos juvenum Lationim , et nobile nomen^ 
Bruie^ petunt coepti socnim^ caedisque nefandae >55 
Partîcipem^ ut tantae pietatem obtendere culpae^ 
Et dare jus sceleri posset venerabile Bruţi 
Nonien apud populos. Hic libertatis ademptas 
Et patrîae vindex natalibus esse videtur 
A Superis designatus^ tua, maxime Bnite^ >r»o 

Progenies^ primus qui y nomine Cpnsulis^ annos 
Signasti Latios ^ pulsis ex urbe tyrannis. 

Urbis erat praetor Brutus : cui Cassius arctis 
Junclusamicitiis^ ut eodem junctus honore^ 
Et tune immensis cupiebat jungier ausis. ies 

Hune quoque, quum notas inlravit Cassius aedes^ 
Invenit moestum, et tacite surgentia regna 
Damnantem. Tales versat dum pectore curas, 
Cassius aggreditur : ce Non vanis, Brute, querelis 
Tempus eget : sat jam votis, tacitoque dolori «70 

Concessum est, sat consiliis : nune vindice dextra 
TJtendum. Ultorem sperat le Roma; tuamque 
Libcrtas oppressa manum jam. Brute, requirit. 
Hoc a te exspectat populus, taciteque precatur j 
HaBCsellis statuisque tuis inscripta legebas 175 

. Auctore ignoto. Non a te inunera vana, 
Venatus, ludosque petunt, aut talia : sola 
Reddita libertas, Bruto praetore, videtur 
Dignum munus eis. Forsan dura regna rclinquat 
Caesar, et imperium, quod per tot bella petebat, 180 
Deponat sponle, exspectas : non sufficit illi 
Dictatoris honor, quia libera novit honorem 
Roma illum : quodcumque potest donare senatus, 
Possc negare putat; nec jam suprema potestas 



LUGANI. LIB. VII. 83 

Victori satis est^ nisi sit quoque sola potestas. xbs 
Vera ideo imperii quaerens insigaia^ sceptrum 
Et diadema petit. Probat hoc, quod vidimusomnes: 
Sacra tribunorum^ dum detraxere coronam 
Csesarese nuper statuas^ violata potestas. 
An coram populo, quamvis tum respuit^ illi igo 

Obtulit invito diadema Antoni us audax? 
An non ut populum tentaret^ ut ambitiosis 
Artibus hoc sciret, quo vultu regna^ priusquam 
Se regem faceret, pateretur Romula pubes? 
Mactetur dominus^ libertatemque^ paratae igs 

Ser\âtio quamvis, reddat mors Caesiiris Urbi. 
Et fesdnanda est; si pauUum, Brute, moramur, 
Dum redcat laeto post Parthica bella triumpho , 
Majore invidia caedes peragenda manebit. » 

Ingemuit Brutus, tristique has pectore voces aoo 
Edidit : CC O Cassi, frustra, quod numina nobis 
Imposuere jugum, jam detrectamus acerbum. 
An libertatem Superi, causamque senatus 
Tot damnaverunt bellis, tot cladibus, ut jam 
Insidiis possînt, et proditione tueri? aos 

Ah! potius bello pereat, quo crevit, aperto 
Libertas populi Laţii, quam caede dolosa, 
Fraudibus, et gladio occulto videatur egere. 
Talibus insidiis hostes, civesque nefandos 
Vincere, Romani duxere ignobile prisci. aio 

Incertae potius patriam permittere belii 
Fortunae voluit, quam sic te toUere, Pyrrhe, 
Fabricius; nec non, quamvis Sertorius audax 
Hostîs erat patriae, turpis Perpenna vocatur 
Proditor a cunctis. Quis tanto sanguine Sullam ais 
Caraificenr imbutum positurum regna putavit? 
Quis tamen occultis tantum mactare tyrannum 

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84 SUPPLEMENTUM 

Insidiis cdnatus erat? Quis Csesaris audet 
PraBfcrre imperio crudelia tempora SuHae^ 
Ni furias praeferre Deis audebit? ut îlli 
Degeneres nimium proceres^ pavidique yocantur 
Qui tantum subiere jugum : sîc Caesaris ista 
Virtuţi et meritis ingrata vocabitur aetas; 
Plusque senes illi damnabunt crimina nostra, 
Tempora qui saevi meminere immania Sullae. 9*5 
Sed me praecipue miserum^ qiia cuncta notabit 
Fosteritas fama^ quem tanto Caesar amore^ 
Totque sibi meritis semper devinxit? Iniqua 
Est mea sors : liber nequeo^ gratusque mânere. 
O utinam tunc^ quum, plebeia casside tectus, aSo 
Caesaris intentus jugulo^ per tela ruebam^ 
Thessalica Brutus cecidisset strage^ priusquam 
Donasset vita victor! tune liber ad umbras 
Venissem Stygias^ vel, si pîa numina dextram 
Hanc bene rexissent, uno feliciter ictu, ass 

Ni sibi Pompeius regnum quoque victor in illo 
Quaesisset campo, libertas parta fuisset. 
Exspecta, o Cassi, ^"^^ tandem numina nobis, 
Quidve hostes facient Parthi? » Cui talia contra 
Cassius : oc Exoptes Parthis si , Brute, triumphum a4o 
De Latio, patriae es factus, non Caesaris, hostis : 
Quod procul avertant Superi! Rationibus erras. 
Brute, tuis : ingrata vocas, quae justa vocabit 
Posteritas^ et, dum vis non ingratus haberi, 
Impius es. Nec, quae patriae sunt debita, donis «45 
Privaţi debere potes. Corrupta vocatur 
Haec, non justa fides. Quo plus te dona liganmt 
lUius, hoc magis es patriae justusque piusque. 
Heu quantam, tibi si non eSset Caesar amicus^ * 

Detralieret famam facto fortuna merenti ! aSo 



LUCANI. LIB. VII. 85 

Quum plus privatis adfectibus indulgere^ 
Quam patriae servire tuae te crederet orbis. 
Si tamen exemplis opus est^ illum adpice priscum 
Brutorum generis^ libertatisque parentem^ 
Romanos primus qui nomine Gonsulis aimos a55 

Slgnavit : proprios natos^ dum regna fovebant, 
Supplicio adfectos spectavit fronte serena. 
Exuit iUe patrem Brutiis^ dum civis haberi 
Vuit pius. An tibi plus sunt munera Gaesaris^ illi 
Quam natura fuit? sed ]ustior ultio nostra >^ 

Tempore jam facta est. Pro libertate vetusta, 
Tot confirmata magnae per saecula Romse , 
Quid nune egisset Brutus, qui talia fecit, 
Quum nova libertas, et reges nuper abacli »? 

Hac postquam juvenem flexisset Cassius arte, ^^ 
Cuta Decimo proceres reliqui venere; dataque 
Acceptaque fide, sanxerunt fcedera dira; 
Et libertatem amissam, quam sanguine tanto , 
Tot bellis frustra quaesissent, quaeque Deorum 
Decretis numquam reditura reliquerat orbem, >;• 
Cacsaris infanda decepti caede requirunt. 

Jamque propînquabant Martistibi, maxime Caesar, 
Fatales Idus^ nec tanta instantia possunt 
Funera Di celarej dies nec vatibus illa 
Auguribusque venire potest ignota : loquuntur ajs 
Hoc solitse volucres, hoc exta minacia fatum. 
Has Idus frustra monuit Spurinna timendas; . 
Sol quoque moesta dedit tantae praesagia mortis; 

Lugenti similem, madida nune Iride cinctum, 

« 

Nune caput obscura tectum ferrugine, solem aso 
Attoniti videre homines; pecudesque loquutae. 
Destituere amnes cursum; terraeque cavernas 
Spiritus erumpcns delexerat. Imbre tuniesceuk 



86 SUPPLEMENTUM 

Eridanus subito^ vicinos merserat agros^ 
£t subito ad ripas redîens^ per prata reliquit sss 

Innumeros angues^ et prodigiosa nigrorum 
Corpora serpentum : totidem prope Tibridis oia 
Destituit pisces refluum mare litore sicco. 
Gaesaream propiora necem sed signa notabant : 
Nam quos victor equos, finito Marte, sacrarat 'o« 
Caesar, et emeritos bellis permiserat alto 
Depasci nemore^ et per dulcia rura văgari, 
Ante necem domini multis luxere diebus. 
Non iUis amues'^ non illis pascua curaej 
Sedlacrimis prata humectant. Caedemque cnicntam 
Praecedente die, quum lauri regia ramum ^s^ 

Ore avis exiguum volitans gestaverat, illam 
E silvis volucrum crudelis turba sequuta est, 
Et Pompeiana captam laceravit in aula. 

Horrida prodigiis aderat nox ultima vitae 3oo 

Ca^sareae; diris turbata palatia monstris 
Excutiunt sornhum cunctis^ et flebile totis 
^dibus auditur murmur. Paiuere reclusa; 
Sponte fores; raucum dederant crepitantia Mariis 
Arma sonum ; moestisque canes ululatibus implei 1 1 3o5 
Atria^ ferales efFundit saepc querelas 
Strix nocturna suas, înfaustaque carminabubo. 
Morpheus intravit media jam nocte cubilc, 
Quo Tyrio formosa cubans Calphumîa lecto, 
Carpebat magno teneros cum conjuge somnos. s.o 
In faciem occisi vertcns se Caesarîs, adstat 
Ante torum miserae, laccrata veste crucntus; , 
Vulnera miile patent, qualcm te crastina, Caesar, 
Lux populo ostendet. Diris exterrita visis 
Ingemit, ctlacrîmans Calphurnia brachia somno, sis 
Per Icclum prcnsura \irum, movetj invcnil illuni 



LUGANL LIB. VII. 87 

Jncolumem; sed vix^ nam jam turbata soporem 
Excussit, putat iacolumem; vix sensibus ipsa 
Credidit : attonitae tam somnia fixa manebanll 
Oscula dat rncestde Caesar, caiisamque doloris 3ao 
Quaerenti, visum narrat Calphurnia triste. 
Quoddum narrat, adhuc trepidat, lacrimasquc recehlcs 
EfTundit, pectusque ulnis amplexa virile 
Sidereis, orat ne vana hsec somnia credat, 
Neve ostenta Deum contenmat; Martis ut idus, sas 
Quae male tune aderant, et quid Spurinna morieret, 
Quidque alii vates, reputet; nec jam sua, tantis 
Praemonitus signis, nescire pericula vellet; 
Utque mânere domt placeat; lucemque sequeutcm 
Hanc unam, si non propriae donare saluţi, 330 

Conjugis at saltem vellet donare timori. 
Hispanas iterum, dum tanta pericula restant, 
Dimissas nuper, monuit revocare cohortes, 
Et stipatores fidos : non esse pavoris, 
Sed pietads opus, Divorum ostenta timere. J^^ 

Cui Caesar contra : a Plus me, Calphurnia, luctus 
Et lacrima; mo vere tuae, quam tristia vatum 
Responsa, infaustae volucres, aut uUa dierum 
Vana superstitio, poterant. Ostenta timere 
Si mine inciperem , qua; non mihi tempora pistliac; 
Anxia transirent? quae lux jucunda maneret? 34« 
Aut quae libertas? frustra servire timori , 
Dum rec luce frui, nec mortem arcere licebit, 
Cogar, et huic capiti, quod Roma veretur, arus[)ex 
Jus dabit, et vanus semper dominabitur augur. H^ 
Si mortem milu Roma parat, dubiaeiie saluii 
Proderit una dies? aut cur difFerre laborem, 
Quam nequeo vilare, necem? semperne timere 
Exopiem polius, quam certa occumbcrc morte? 



88 SUPPLEMENTUM 

Cur tamen insidias timeam? cur Roma salutem ss* 

Hon potius nostram exoptet? partaque quiete^ 

Caesaris imperio , post tot civilia bella^ 

Post rabiem tantam^ lassatus gaudeat orbîs? 

Pax niundi mea sola salus; nece Gaesaris enses 

Stringentur rursus^ rursus lacerabîtur orbis, 3ă> 

Moestaque Romano tingetiir sanguine tellus. 

Sed si non homini satis esset cura diei^ 

'Ni nocturna «ilias fecerent insomnia curas^ 

Dic mihi (nam Morpheus nobis contraria misit 

Somnia) queis potius credas? hac nocte volasse J^ 

Ad caelum^ dextramque Jovis tetigisse, serena 

£t majestate indutus sedisse videbar. 

Quid nisi fausta ^ el magna piihi haec , si credere vellem 

Talibus omnino^ portendere sonmia possunt? 

Jam jubar aurorae pallentia vicerat astra : ^os 

Prosiluit stratis Gaesar, moestaeque reliquit 
Gonjugis amplexus^ magnax[ue capacia turbae^ 
£t tantos pariter mox exceptura clientes^ 
Magnifico splendent excelsa palatia cultu. 
Festini proceres^ magnîque ad limina patres 37» 

Luce salutatum prima venere^ domumque 
Admîssi implerunt. Animus non onmibus unus : 
Caesareo quidam vere laetantur honore j 
Pars alia^ invidiae stimulis agitata nefandîs, 
Quem mactare parant^ falso venerau tur honore, 375 
Et funesta animis^ linguis dum fausta^ precantur. 
Ante alios Decimus^ cui fallere nomen amici 
Praecipue dederat, ductorem saepe morantem 
Incitat; et ^retis hortatur adire senatum 
Prodigiîs. Tandem, Patrum famulante caterva m« 
Progredîtur Caesar, quamvis ostendere caedem 
Veuturam Superi nou cessaverc ininaces. 



LUCANI. LIB. VIL 89 

Progreditur tamen^ atque^ o mira potentia fati! 
Dum transit^ chartam oblatam, quae nomina tanta 
Conjuratorum, facinusque ex ordine totum sss 

Detegit, ante sinu, quam sit perlecta^ recondit; 
Funestamque intrat^ fatis urgentibus^ aedem. 
Gacsaris intenti jugulo stant undique Patres 
Et conjuraţi proceres; altamque curulem 
Circumdant. Primo adspectu cecidei*e parumper 390 
Audaces animi ^ et fortes tremuere lacerti. 
Jam paene inceptum damnant : armare videtur 
Ingens fama ducem ^ majestas laurea frontis^ 
Tenîbilis decor, et gestarum gloria rerum. 
Nune fortuna viri nimium comperta, favorquc 395 
Perpetuus Superum terrent : nec quantus in armis 
Gaesar, ut, audaci stipatus milite, turmas 
Fuderat hostiles toties, totiesque per omnes 
Terrarum tractus victricia sîgna tulisset, 
Mentibus occursat^ sed quanta pericula solus 4<h» 
Vicit, Fortuna tantum corni tante, Deisque; 
Qualiter ^gypti insidias, pontique proceDas 
Nocturnas, saevosque intra sua castra tumultus 
Milltis irati evasit. Cur jam caput istud 
Numina destituant? Versant dum talia, rursus 4o5 
Pectoribus vindicta redit, pellitque timorem 
Libertatîs amor nimius : primusque curulem • 
Tullius accedens, tamquam pro fratre rogatum, 
Purpureum ex humeris subito divellit amictum. 
Mirantique duci primum prope guttura vulnus 4 «o 
Dat Casca. Haud impune quidem : nam brachia Cascac 
Transfigit Caesar, primumque ulciscitur ictum ', 
Prosiliens alio tardatur vulnere, donec 
Circumstare videt strictis pugionîbus omncs. 
Senlit se Caesar funesta indaginc ciugî; 4'^ 



90 SUPPLEMENTUM LUCANI. LIB. VIL 

£t qui ferratas acies^ dcnsiisquc catervas 

Rupisset toties caiiipo^ tutamque per hostcs 

Fecerat ense viam, nulla virtute togatas 

Insîdias vitare potest. Obvolvit amictu 

Turn caput; et vultum j dum martia pectora pracbet 4^0 

Tot mauibus fodienda, ^8^^> reprimitque querclas, 

Ne tantam possit gemitu corrumpere famam^ 

Interea tacita secum haec in pectore volvens : 

CC Hoc saltem, Fortuna , placet, quod nulla superbe 

Victori capitis noştri est concessa potestas^ 4»5 

Nec domini jussu pereo. Mactatus iniquis 

Insidiis, quas Aoma mihi subjecta paravit, 

Occumbo princeps orbis, numerumque Deorum 

Aucturus posthac. » Tandem per vulnera miile 

SpirJtus erumpit. Saevis qui semper in annis 43o 

Inviolatus erat, violatae victima pacis 

Hic cădit ^ atque togae, quas bello laeserat, aedes 

Il>se suo moriens perfundit sanguine Caesar. 



FINIS SUPPLEMENTI. 



IN M. ANNiEUM' LUCANUM 



INDEX RERUM 



LOCUTIONUM ET VERBORUM. 



^ 



IN M. ANN JEUM LUCANUM 



INDEX RERUM 



LOCUTIONUM ET VPRBORUM. 



AB 

A CJEDE cessant; VI, 554. *" C^" 
sare obstenC^ 1, 59. — Cxsare securus^ 
Vm, 314.—* casu pendere; V, 769. 
— feiTO racat; VII, 889. — fluctu defen- 
det^ V, 586.*- foDte bibisset Nilum; X, 
4o. — gurgite clades; VII, 69a. — 
gurgite gelidi artusjIV, i53. — Utore 
adspexit^ IX, i3i. — ^litore funem re- 
ligare; VII, 860. — litore primus 
occurrit^ VIII, ao4. — luce sacra re- 
fertur ad jubar Tidgare j V, a 1 o. — 
medio; IV, 678. — mcritis ezigitpoe- 
nas; VII, 771. — misero exigit poe- 
nas; VIII, 11. — morsu ionoxia; IX, 
89a. -— pectore yenientia yerba; ih , 
189. — Fhilîppis fugere; ih. 271. — 
qno foit casta; X, 370. — rege Nu- 
midissecundus^IV, 721. — rupepro- 
spexit ; X', 434* "" sagitta incerta mors; 
VIII, 397. — sanguine arces; VII, 
81. — sanguine caiet ferrum; ih,, 5o3. 

— sanguine rapuere socerum; X, 7. 
— scopulis religare; IV, 4^3. — trans- 
currente subactis; VII, 74* — tei^o 
pelagus minuit labores; VI, 104. — 
terra tua divisus; VIII, 392. 

Ah acie hac habent vulnus; VII, 
636. — awjuore videat; ih, 808. — 
aquore reyocare; IX, 384. — aethere 
spectabit; VII, 447* ' — armis repetere 
togam ; VIII , 8 1 3. — armis tueri ; ih. 
5oi. — hoste Ycrsus furor; IV, 54o. 

— Hyrcanis silyis ducere^ VIII, 343. 
iocursu cantus; IV, 409* — ira ca- 
lida prolatus; II, 49^* — litore fuit 



ABR 

comes; VIII, 716. — Oceano exser it 
caput; V, 698. — occiduo cardinc; 
IV, 67 a. — omni terra exspecter ; V, 
671. — orbe pulsus; VIH, 5o3. — 
orbe speculatur; ih, 6a3. — ubere 
sorbetur; IV, 3i5. — umbris petit; 
VI, 77a. — unda dixitse; IX, 354* 

— astris discessit humor; IV» 136. 
Ahaton vocat; X, 3a3. 
Ahdidit Marius caput ulya; II, 70. 

— Ahdita in daustris fera; X, 44^* 
Ahducit Superos ; VI , 45i. — Ab^ 

duxit curas Deorum; VII,|3ii. — 
Ahductus aratrisţ X, i53. — Ahducto 
Metello; III , i53. — Ahducta cayei- 
nis; V, 163. 

Aheo : a&euntfluctus; III, 55o. — 
Jhis securus; VII, 687. — Ahitdsi^ 
sis; II, 7^4^ — in Asiam orbis; IX , 
417. — inferas; VII, 84a. — inyiil- 
tus pestis; VI, 97. — mors in medium; 
IV, 491» — nomen in terras; VIII, 
331. — plenus yisu urbis; I, 609. — 
spesnaufragii; V, 455. — tibi fervor; 
Vn, 75. — spea; HI, 509. — usus 
yita; V, ^'j6, -^ AhUre Geraunia; II, 
636. — cineres; V, i35. 

Ahigit payor; VI, i5o. — Abigam 
umis; VI, 735. 

Ahluit medullas tabo; VI, 669. 

Ahnegat flumen; III, 363. 

Abrasit cruces; VI , 545. — AhrasoB 
fauces; VI, 11 5. 

Ahripimur desuper Pyrenen ; I , 
690. 



94 



ÂBS 



Abrotonus; IX, 921. 

Abrumpit gyros j VI, 8 7 . — Abru m- 
pimus anDOs; VI, 610. — Abrum- 
pere actusţ V, 669. -^ Ephyren re- 
gni«, VI, 57. — momentum lucis; 
IV, 483. — Abrumpens orbem; IX, 
86a. — ■' Abrupto limite; FV, 740. — 
Abrupta i^^VLS^ VI, 36o. — profundo 
terra;IX, 3o8. — nipes; VUI, 4^» 

— Abruptumicorpus'y VI, 490» *— 
mare; VIII, agS. — Abrupto yallo; II, 
45o. — Abruptce catenx j VI, 793. — 
conyalles; VII, 174. — Abrupta sajA, 
VI, 800. — vianim; X, 317. 

Abt te rogarem; IX, 1100. 
Absddis ferro; III, 33. — Absci^ 
dit comatm; VI, 563. — mul turn lâudi; 

IV, 5o3. — rupem; III, 471. — Ab- 
scisa cerrix; VIII ,674. — est manus; 
in, 617. — rupes; VI, 473. — Ab- 
scisum cap ut; VII, 6a8. 

Abscondere gaudla; IX, io4o. — 
Abscondit fretum classes; III, 47* — 
in autris; IV, ^bS. — orbem; VIII, 
160. — Abscondunt gcmitus; IX, 
1 1 06. — Absconderat aurum ; X, x 1 3. 
-— Abscondat nefas; 11^ 735. 

Absentis tyranm fiumulos; X , 469. 

— Absenţi peractum bellum; IX, 
1018. — Absentem prxstare caput; 

V, 77 1 . ^- Absente Bruto ; X , 342. 
Absolvere ciTile bellum; II, a5o. 

— Absohitis orbem; VII , 870. 
Absorbet Tigrim; III, 261. — Ab- 

sorpsit rupes; IV, 100. 

Absque cruore'y VI, i5a. 

Absterrere • ( aliquem ) ardorc ; V, 
139. — AbsterrUa fa tis; VIII, 649. 

Abstinet a magistro; IV, 24^* — 
Abstinuit rutes tellure; IX, 1010. — 
prodere; VII, i5r. 

Absirahit cura duces miscendis ar- 
mis; VI, 80. 

Abstrusum fibris; IX , 778. — tem- 
plum; IX, 994*. — Abstrusce areux; 
V,664' — Abstrusa duminsi'y IV, 293. 

Absum : abest a munere ; V IIT, 74 1 . 

— meuti favor ; IV, 399. — sibi ferri 
jus; V, 387.-— temperie»; IX, 435. — 



ACC 

Absumus panro limite a TOtis; VII, 
399. ^~ Absunt a Gadibus; IX, 4^4* 
— Aberit meii titulis nulla potettas; 
V, 664. — Absit metus; IV, 487.— 
procul ut; X, 535. 

Absyrlos Golchis io undas ipninani; 

m, 190. 

Abuti sanguine; IX, a63. 

Abydo Seston admovit; II, 674* ■^- 
Seston jungere; VI, 55. 

Ao si; IV, 778. 

Accedere metx; VIII, aoi. — te 
titulis nostris jusserunt; II, 555.— 
Accedunt pelago ; VIII , aa8. — nm 
colonis; VI, 278. — Sjijx popoli; 
în, 21 4* — Accessit Magni jngnlos ^ 
V, 63. — morţi ; IX , 753. — propias 
Olympo; II, 398. — terra regno se- 
cundo; V, 632. — yana famaadyerot 
timores; I, 4^* "*~ ultor immeDiis 
cladibus; II, 139. — una mors per fl- 
lam ratem; III, 197. — AccedentliâM 
fatis Mutinae labores; I, fyi. — Accede 
fatisDeisque; VIII, 486. 

Acces sus facil es puppibus t^usob- 
tulit; IIÎ, 44* — payet sacerdoc; iA, 
425. 

Accendit ducem; I, 293. -« pax 
loci; VT, 283. — Accenderet frigida 
Satumi stella ignes cxlo; I, 65a. — 
Accendisse marito rogum; IX, 56. •— 
Accensus y icter in iram; III, x34* — 
Accensa tumuitu pars; VII, 49* '~' 
strue ; VI , 836. — Accensum ahenum; 
IX, 798. — scpulcrum; VI, 536.— 
Accenso furialis staro sepulcro Julia 
visa; III, 11. — Aceensis rogis de 
corpore trunco certavere; IU, 760. 

Accipis cnscm; V, 61. — me keto- 
rum comitem rebusque secundis; II, 
347. — mortem; IX, 818. ^^ Acdpit 
cursus; VI , 374* — exemplum; IX ,. 
179. — fluctus ore; IX, 756. — fontei- 
in quaelibet xquora casuros; II, 4^0.' 
— frxnos; V, 1 76. — i^i» Magniim f 

VIII, 758. — imbres; IX, 433. — 
iuibreni in mibibus; V, 629. — Oeea- 
Dum tcllus; IX, 635.-^- ratem Cjpros; • 

IX, 117. — ratis crebros ictus; Ml, 



AGH 

6'i8. — - tiirrefl aequantes moeoia^ III, 
457. — Toce» turbaUt^ IX, xoo. — 
jiccipimus diras volucres diem foe- 
dasse; I, SSg. — Acdpiunt coronas^ 
X, i64> — ima terranun ventos;!!, 
371. — AccepU alveus aqiias^ IV, 87. 

— flammas ab Euro^ lY^ 61. •— soni- 
pes totas habenas; II, 5oo. — te in 
annos fama^ VIII , 78a. — viros clas* 
sis; III, 519. — Accepimus Isin in 
templa ; VIII , 83 1 . — Accipiam mor- 
tem^ V, 669. — le pcctore yates^ 

I , 64* -— Accipiet te Cornelia^ VIII, 
769. •— Accipient bella alios ( nocen- 
tcs); II, 269. — Gaesaris aures Ixtae; 

II, 374. — Accipe cultus teraplorum; 
VIII, m . — aurum Deonim^ ib, 1 aa. 
— devotas ia praelia dexlrat^ III, 3 11, 

— extrema votorum; VIII, i43. — 
flammam^ ib, 766. — majores rcs ; 
VII, UI. — poenas^ VIII, 97; IX, 
859. — regna Phari; ib. loaa et 
«eqq. — Acciperet Caesar nonon omnia^ 

III , a36. — profundi stagna; IX, 3o5. 

— Accepisse diem; VII, 9a. — Ac- 
cepUint prouo railite bellum ferre ri- 
det; 1 , 39a. — Accepto robore major; 

IV, 64a. 

Acciri placuit Tubcos yates; I, 585. 

Acclinis gradibus eburnis stat to- 
nu; 11, 356. 

A ccurrere f vid. A de. 

Acer quo spes vocasset ferre ma- 
num; I, x46. — ^ Acres iramm meyit 
siimulos ; II , 3a3. — Acrior ira subit; 
III , i4a. 

.^ce/VEi5 8tragis; X, 54o. — Acervi 
in tabem sidentes; VII, 791. 

Achcemenii campi; VIII, aa4> •— 
Aclujemeniis Susis agmina decurrant; 

n, 49- 

Achceus sanguis; VII, 635. 

Acliates f Hy ii5. 

Aeherontis adusti portitor; III, 16. 

Achillas , prcefecius militice ^ fa- 
ptice , designatus occidendo Pompeio^ 
f^lll , 538. — eum occidit^ 618. — 
capul ejus ad Ftolemceum deferi j 
.675. -^ sollicilatur a Poikino in cce- 



ACI 



95 



dem CcBians^ 3C, 35o. •^copios con-- 
tra CcBsarem raplim ducit; 398 el 
»eqq. — cădem Ccetarit differt in 
diem sequenlem, el cur? 4^^* •^mis- 
sos ad se Ccesaris ei PlolemoBi nomine 
legatos occiditf ^'ji. — a/» Aninoe 
inter/ici jussus ^ 5a3. 

Achillas delectiu sceleri; VIU, 538. 

— funestus; VIII, 618. -^ in partem 
Romanam venit; X,4i9>'-~Don lentna 
părere; ib. 398. — AchiUtan to- 
cium Pompeianx csdis; X, 35o. •— 
Achillea transegit ferro; i&. 5a3. 

Achillis «quorei regmxm; VI, 35o. 

.^cAoreiM; VIII, 475. — aacerjX, 
193. — Achorea linigerum; ib. 175. 

Acies catervis stipata; VII, 49^* — 
Emathia; VIU, 53 1. — factura vi- 
ctum nocentem; VII, a6o.' — fufa; X, 
540. — irata Deis ; VIII , 665. -— nou 
sparsa maniplis ; X , 436. — peri- 
tura venit; VII, 3a9. — plena; VII, 
337. — Senatus; X, 4^0. — statura 
ducum ; II , -566. — stelit ordine ; VII» 
217.-— supina in monte baeret; IV, 38. 
— > Thessalix subdu'cta; X, ^m. — 
Aciem committere templis; VI, 3i3. 

— ante aciem ^ ib. 397. — in acie hac 
quidquid gessisti; VII, 556. — fngato 
Magno; "^11, ao6. — illa plus vobis 
actum est, quam creditis; I, 107. -.- 
Acies dubix, IV, 389. — novae ; VII, 
853. — nostr»; V, 757. — geminae 
me figant; II, 309. — involvimt sna 
tela; IV, 4^* — revelient suasigna; 
VII, 77. — prim» praestant; IV, 3o. 

— Roman» manusmiscent; I, 68a.— 
Acies ad Hispanas venus; UI, 454- 

— campis tollere; VI, 634« — * cogna- 
tas canimus; 1^4*^ devertit victor ţ 
II, 47o.'-^£mathia8£rinnjs transtu- 
lit; I, 688. — effudit; VI, aga. — 
feret quies; VII, {17. — funestas dts- . 
cordes paratis; II, 3 ia. — in mediaş 
veniam; III, 3i. — instruxit campis; 
IV, 71 1. — inter Parthi dnbium favo- 
rem tenuere; III, a64. — parare; IV, 
a33. — prseter Latias erat Astur;IV, 8. 
•^ profundo crrare pateris; III, 559 



96 



AD 



— promoyet ipie ; VII , 676. — telis 
flole percuwis ardentes confpezit; II , 
482. — iiltro inferre parant^ III, 49^* 

jiconita Dictaeis sazis nascentia^ 

IV, 3a2. 

Acuere Batayos tubae^ I, 4^2. 

^cuj Nilotis; X, 142. 

Ad adventum hostia; V, 766. — 
aetbera it damor; I, 388. — bella 
fatia meis me relinquite; V, 325. 

— bella fugaces non esse disces ; II , 
558. — campos tuos meritua nomina ^ 
X, 545. — castra it, VI, 827. — ca- 
sus ferre spem; VI, 4 '8. — cautes 
sequij IV, 454* "^ dominam ire^ ib, 
217. — eyentum ducis anxia stetit; 
VUI, 593. — ^ fata opus est^ IX, 733. 
— . fata segnis; VI ,244* — foedus Te- 
nis; VIII, 435. — hoc aîvi; X, 1^ 

— h«c fatur ; VIII ,171. — ictum con 
sensit; VIII, 619. — ictus gemit; VI 
1 37. — ^ictus Tastos discessit pectos; III 
655. — ignes medios demksus; VIII 
159. ^- inaidias patebat; X, fyx:!. — 
letum impiger ; IV, 798. — litora -ve- 
niunt; II, 189. — manea te sequar; 

V, 774* — moeniaperflat Tentusj V, 
419. — -montes tendere; IV, 167. — 
mortem dimittere j V, 277. — nefas 
pronus; VI, i47« — noctem tenebras 
impedit; IV, 447* "~ ortus solis vane- 
scit fumus; X, 76. — ossa pervenit; 
VII, 84 1. — pericula exsurgens cla- 
raor; IX, 114* — pondera aequatis; 
IV, 58. — portenta parări; V, 284.— 
praelia famnlas dextras excitat; IV, 207. 

— prslia miscenda adtonita mens; V, 
476. — pnelia trepidus; ib. 728. — 
raptus segetum; VII, 236. — scelus 
negautur dextrx; V, 369. — scelus 
sumos ingentis fati; X, 384 • — som- 
nos cubile praebeDt;rVy6o3. — summa; 
ih. 536: 1 , 3 10. — summos feros re- 
pleta ratis; III, 629. — tripodas con- 
fîigit; V, 162. — tumultus cxciri ; 

VI, II.— ultima; V, 121. — ambras 
roandayit; VI, 569* "^ undas Rubicoois; 
Vll,25i . — yerum patebunt; VI, 61 7. 

— vulnera promptum pectus; V, 3 20. 



ADF 

Adamat dums rinclis; VI, 8«f^ 
Adourrere eessas; X, 356. ■ 
Addere crimen erroribus; VII, 5^ 

— curam mortalibus; II, 5. -^ Tocea; 
IV, 211. — Addit ignes flagraotilms ţ 
VII, 559. — tantom terroribas; III, 
4io. — Adduntetpi gradum; IV, 
759. •— menti in pnelia dubia stima- 
los; I, 263. -^Addidit carmen; VI, 
775. — causae robur^ VII, 67. — pe- 
lag» decus Caesareis armis; III , 762.^ 
tantum irae in bellum prono; I, 292. 

— Adde actus ; VIII , 807. — motua; 
ib. 808. — Barbariam; ib. 812. — 
Catonem sub Juga Pompeii; II, 279. 

— quod; III , 32i : V, 291 : ib. 776: 
X, 223. — Addita fati pejoris mani- 
festa fides ; I, 523. 

Adduxere ossa cutem ; IV, 288. -« 
Adductus £fitisamor^VI, 4^3. — fb- 
nis; IV, 4^4- — Adductumîtxuem. anr- 
chora seoserat; III, 700. 

Adeo : adit Marsya Maeandron er- 
rantem; III , 208. — me ex aequo; VUI, 
232. — oracula; VI, 773. — paludem; 
IX, 347. — quem;X,83. — te,VIII, 
252. — Adeunt urbes pectore; VII , 
162. 

Adeone molesta cura; VIII, 699. 

— usque adeo^ I, 366. 

Adedo : adest mare latus mODtis^ 
VI, 267. 

Adjatur Magnnm; VIII, loo. — 
quam; VI; 589. 

Adftrre hiemcs tuas; X, 3oOv — > 
preces; VII, 375. — Adferat audă- 
ces turmas in certamina mere ; 1 , 47^* 

— AduUerat in casta'a nefas ; II , 98. 
Adfecere me vulnera; IX, 137. 
Adfe<aus suos babet; X, 96. — 

noslros tenuit; VIII, i3i. — vetereaţ 
IX, iioo. 

Adjinis Sarmata Moschis; UI, 370. 

Adjixit arenae quem; IX, 766. — 
Lycidam manus ferrea; III, 636. -^- 
moriens tua vulnera puppi;t6. 708.— 
Adfixere pectora duro solo; II, 3i% 

— Adfixerit quos campis hasta; VII, 
624* — Adfixus rati pependit ; lU^ 



ADL 

&07. — pinguibu» txdis iguisţ III , 
6da. — Adfixos unei morsus convel- 
lerej ib. 699. — Adfixa oculo sâ- 
gitta^ VI, a 18. — Adfixa sacris pe- 
natibus arma; i, lî^o, 

Adflata yeneno serpensţ YI, 49'* 

Adflictce catenrx^ VII, 667. ^ 
AdflicUs rebus^ IV, 796. — rebus 
unica spes ^ 1 , 497* 

Adfusa arena 5 IX, 488. •"•Adfusi 
reges; VII, 71. 

Adgreditur agmen ; IX , 4^* 

Adhceret dextr» gladiusj IV, 248* 

Adhuc^ IV, 371 : V, 2o4, aia: 
VI, 529 : ib. 679 : ib. 7j5 : VII , 19 : 
ib. Qi3 ; VIII , 37 : ib. 81 : ib. i58 : 
ib. ai4 : ti. 4? ' • t^' 74^ : IX, 3i5 : <&. 
519: ib. 993. — aliquidj ib. 74. — 
aliquid vivit; ib. 87 1. — credit j VIII , 
îl. — debetur mundo; X, 393. — 
nescis^ IX, 101 5. — rudes sagittx ^ 
V, 80. — -vadis^ VII, 721. — Tincit; 
X, 271. — vivis^VIII, 659. 

Adigo ; adactus ensis^- IV, a88. — . 
gladius; ib. 56o 

Adimo : ademto rebus Foinpeio; 
IX,ao5. 

Aditum habes famx^ VIII, 74* — 
Aditu gladiis arcet ; X, 489* — Adi- 
ius faciles^ VI, 616. — Aditus dant 
pelago; ib. 346. 

Adjacet Gadibus bospes ; VII , 
187. 

Adjui^at furorem 5 VI, 435. — Ad~ 
iuvit feri*um suo pondere ţ III, 725. 
— fulmen cuspide; V, 6a a. — quos 
calor^ IX, 699. — sanguis hxrentes 
aquas; II, 217. -— Adjuta impulsu 
ventorumyetustas^ III, 47i< "^ terris 
Dipsas; IX , 754* 

Adligat amnem ripisj X, 3q6. — 
artus torpor ; IV, 290. — > Ister Massa- 
geus; II , 5o. ^- pavor gelidos artus j 
I, a46. — putria terrxţ IX, 637. — 
stantes agger ţ ib. 488. — terga victor^ 
IV, 6a6. ■— terras ^ X , a55. — (quos) 
tori concordia; VI, 4^9* 

AdUciunt pestesv; IX, 844* 

Adhquia longaj X, 174. 
li. Pars altera. 



ADQ 97 

Adloquituri IX, 6ia. — cf^ortes; 
n, 53o. 

Adluit Peucen caput Istriţ III, aoa. 

— Adluat tumulum unda; VI, 810. 
Admisceo : admixtus Getes Dacis; 

III, 95 . — Admixto sanguine; IX, 614. 
AdmitUre Deos testes sacris; II j 
353. — Magnum; VIII , 1 4o. — reges; 
ib. 355. — solas Gades Oceanum ne- 
gat; III, 279. — virus; IX, 894. — 
Admisit gaudia duro yultu; II, 373. 

— Venerem curis;X, 7S. — Adml- 
sere diem fronde carenles; III, 444* 

— Admittitur ensis; VIII, 546. — 
Admissus sol ; VI , 546. •— Admisso 
Caesare bellum ezcludi sinas ; III, 33a. 

— Admissa plebs ; V, 393. — Admis- 
sunt molliter aequor; I, 4ai. 

Admoneo , nec Phamacis arma re- 
linquas; II, 638. ■—■ Admonei hune 
aetas; IV, 178. — Admoniias lauces 
sanguine; ib. i^\. 

Admovere murum solo; VI, 181. 
— Admovet aris electa cervice marem; 
I, 608. — borasmortis; VII, 5o. — 
Admovit Seston Abydo; II, 674. -— 
Admoveris tibi Fbilippos; VII, 591. 

— Admoverit sevum radio»; IX, 3 16. 

— Admotus fomes; VIII, 776. — • 
ignis; ib. 758. — Superis taurus; VII, 
1 65. — Admotum fatum ; IV, 48o. — 
nefas; V,47i> — Admotas •^vi\a«rvLikX 
Auximon alae; II, 4^6. — Admota 
arma cominus; VI , a. 

Adoperta leyi terra yinea ; III , 487 • 

Adorat reges Mempbis; X, 373.— 
sceptra; VIII, 594. — Adorant Scae- 
yam yelut numen; yi., a54> — Ado- 
ret locum ; VIII , 1 1 5. •— > muudus mala 
Pompeii; VII, 708. — Adoraius Cas- 
sar; VI, a43. 

Adparuit agger jacens major ; III, 
5o8. — boc nallîs extis impune; 1, 6a6« 

Adpulit quos aequor; IV, 606. -^ 
Adpulerat nianus; VIII, 563. 

Adquirere manes; VI, 586. — Adm 
quiris orbemnuUi; IX, a6o. — j^d" 
quirit fidem;IX, io63. — Adquirit^ 
yire» per arya Macetum; 11,647. 



-98 



ADS 



Aihcendi, quo populus civem per- 
ducere potuitj II, 563. — Adscen- 
dite pontem; II ^^ 499 

Adscripsit aquis Zephjros ; X, 340. 

— Adscribat fabula Diis muros; YI, 
49. — jidscribere causis; IX, 853. 

Adsensere his cohortes^ I, 386. — 
scelcri; VIII, 536. 

Adseqnitur^ II, 65q. — Magnum; 

VIII , i»o4. 

Adseril urbes sola fames j III ; S6. 
• AdsertormiXes'y IV, 21 4- 
Adsiduus flatiis; X, 34^- 
Adspectus noster^ IX, 1064. 
Adsperso sanguine livor viscera ya- 
viakat; I, 620. 

. Adspicer6 sidera caelij IV, 5^3. — 
Adspicis vuitu ; VII , 683. — Adspi- 
cit Alpes devexas ApennÎDUs^ II, ^'i<^. 

— ignes; VIII , 74^' — "**" totam 
Ar cton mergi j III, 25 1. — scopul os; 

IX, 970. — unibram ; VI, 720. — 
non <7 Jj^ex£ stamina ^ ib. 777. — Ad~ 

, spexit a litore ; IX , 121. — periluros,- 
i6. 61 1. — Adspice Htus^X, 378. — 
quanta paretj V, 568- — reges ; VII, 
709. — tumulum e pnlrere ; X , 38 1. 

— urbes posscssas; VII, 710. — Ad- 
spiciat umbrasj VI, 653. — Adspi- 
ceret cladesj VII, 65i.-^ Ad.^piciens 
te; ib. 612. — Adspecta nulii viro* 
rum ; IX , 993. 

Adstare midis lacortis visa imago j 
I, 189. — Adsians umbra^ VI, 720. 

Adstringit bruma Scythicum pon- 

tum; I, 18. — vulnera sanguis^ IV, 

391. -^ Adslringunt carbasa gemmis^ 

II , 239. — Adstrinxit balteus ami- 

us gemmis ; II, 362. — Adstringens 
iindas; V, 436. — Adstrictus cruor; 
VI, 75o. — Adstricti artus; VIII, 
67. — Adstrictis palmis vincula laxari 
iraperat;II, 5 16. — Adstricta ora; VI, 
761. — per Magos foedera; VIII, 220. 

Adsuescis me fatis j V, 776. — v^c?- 
suerunt praebere ; IV, 6o4- — .Adsiieta 
tenebris anima 5 VI , 7 13. — Adsuetce 
sceleri mentes^ V, 371. — Adsuetas 
votisvocari aures feriunt uIulatiLns; 



ADT 

II, 33. — Adsueto sceptris; VIII^ 
452. 

Adsum victor terraque mariquc Oe- 
sarj I, 201. — Adest conjux, VIII, 
53. — copia pugnsBj VII, 25i. — cu- 
ria testis priva tx vocis; III, 109. — 
defensor ^ X , 488. — finis armis 5 VII , 
344* — imploratus 5 X , 235. — < 
mundo j ib. 233. — Oceanus; ib. 217. 

— populis j IX ,911. — praetor pro- 
xima potcstas lege; III , 107. — preci- 
busvultus; X, io5. — rerum finis; III, 
328. — testis; VIII, 19. — totus in 
praîlia; V, 74^- — umbra; VII, 733. 

— unus fatis; IX, SS/\.-^ Aderat fa- 
mes sieva; IV, 94. — maturus, X, 
421. — Adfuil dies; VIII, 3o. — 
Aderit juventus; VII, 271. — Ade^ 
runt casus; V, 746. — Ades ^ IX ^ 
189. — huc ; VIII, io3. — sidus 
xquum ; X, 90. 

Adlendnnt sxcula ; VIII , 623. 
<^<i^/giZ adversam ripam ; I, 224. — 
«ircem juris; VII , 593. — terras; X, 2. 

— undus ; IX , 369. — Adtingere 
Crundusium ; V, 374- 

Adtollere campis corpus; VI, 6ao. 

— muros; ib. 33. — ripas inCaocrum;; 
X, 288. — terra; VIII , 65. — Ad- 
toi Ut relia; IV, ^3g. — Titan diem; 
VI, 334- — Adlollunt juga rupes^ 
IV, 157. — Adtollat fabula muros;. 

VI, 48. — reiia venator; IV, 439«— ' 
Adtolli nomen ad sidera ; VII , 1 1 • 

AdtonituSj' VIII, 780. — metus; 
ib. 591. — metu; VII, i34. — sacri», 
feralibus Arruns ; 1 , 6 1 6. — stat ccH'de 
gelato ; VII , 34o. — stat lumin» 
raplo j ni , 714. —r Adtonita ad pra- 
lia Caesaris mens; V, 476. — Adto^ 
nitam cohortcm rexit; IV, 474* "~" 
rapitur matrona per urbem ; 1 , 676. 

— terrore urbem subit; III , 98. — 
A dtonitum ipectus j ib. 760. — ^J- 
toniti bostes; VI, i3i. — omnes le- 
gent; VII, 212. — tumultus anîrai ; 

VII, 779. — vertigine rerum; VIU^ 
17. — Adtonitos facit pallor putri 

robore; Uf, f\iS. — Adtonitce apcs^ 



ADY 

IX, 289. — - comas laceras fiidere; 
II, 3a. — primo fuaere domos U- 
cuerej ib. 11. 

jidtonso dentibus arvoj IV, 4^3. 
— - Adtonsa arva; VI, 84. 

Adtrahit illos in manus^ X, 384* 

— Adtraxit nubes; VII, 5. 
Adulter Gaesar ^ X , 367 . — perfu- 

sus sanguine^ U>, 'j^. 

Ad- nccB naris spiramina amputat j 
II, i83. 

Adusti Achcrontisportitor;III, 16. 

— roboris iciu percussae cratet \ ib. 

494- 

Aduena rectus; VIII, 8a i. 
A dvenisse ăiem'y VII, i3i. 
Adifcntare ducuni discrimina; VII, 
343* — AduenUit hora; VI, 4*6. 
Adventuin soceri sentiat; IX , 1094. 

— ad aduentum bostis ; V, 766. — Ad- 
uentu bospitis; VIII, 4y3. 

Aduersus Perseus; IX, 682. — 
Pboebi ictus; VU , a 1 4* — pontus; X, 
a46. — Ad\fersuin fluctus impel!it in 
Eurum; III, a3a. — Aduerso sub 
Marte signa jacerent; I, 3o8. -—in 
monte acies bxret^ IV, 38. — Ad- 
versa ivont'^ VII, 321. — terra; IV, 
4x5. •— Adversara ripam adtigitţ I, 
aa3. — Adversum numen; VII, 219. 

— os; i^. 621 . — AdversL axes; IX, 
876. — moutes; ib. 45o. — venti; ib, 
1 49. — vultus ; VII ,675. — Aduersis 
in truncis cornua explorat; II, 6o3. 

— Adversos in ictus pronus stat; III, 
671. — Zepbyros; VI, 339. — Ad- 
uersoB faces; VII, i55. — frontes; ib. 
465. — res; VIII, 23. — Adversa ,• 
ib. 627. — bellorum; VII, 684- — 
iniscet seciţadis; V, a. -— signa; VII, 
3i4. -^ Aduersis deetse; VIII, 534- 

— in adversis fides; I, ia8. — yirtiis 
crevit; III, 61^. 

Advertere terris; VIII, 567. 

Advexerat herbM ^ VI, 44^* — 
Adviclum amomon^ X, 168. — Ad- 
i^ecti culmi; VI, 85. 

Advolat^JX,SS5. 

Adyti penetralo ; V, 1 46. — Adyio 



iEGY 



99 



incubuit; V, 85. — ^d/ta,- IX, i53. 

— sacrata; X, a 3. — vetusu; i^. 
1 79. — Adftis dignx Toces ; IX , 565. 

— retcctum corpus -^ ib. 1 53. 
jEas paryi gurgitis; VI, 36i. 
Mdes : oîdis nondum reseratx fo- 

res; III, 117. 

yEi^as extrem» resenant uayalibus: 
Hi, aa7. 

AUgcei marts in undas Erjx depel« 
lătur ; II , 665. — jEgaso frangat lo- 
nium mare ; I , i o3. — JEfjjOBas in uu- 
das; V, 614. 

Mger moraî ; VII, 240. — Tcnturist^ 
VI, 424* — yEgra et marcida fibra- 
rum pars pendet; I, 6a8. — JE^ra 
membra; Viii, 86. 

Mgjis : in cegida dilTudit crines Gor- 
goois Pallas; VII, 149. — .^^ute tur- 
baţi currus; ib. 5'jO. 

^goceros bumidus; IX, 537. — 
jEgoceron tenct; X, 21 3. 

jEgypiia fides; VUI, 624. — ma- 
nus; IX, 63. — Mempbis stellarum 
yisu xquarct Figulum; I, 640. — tel- 
lus; VIII, 8a3. — lilora; IX, ioo5. 

— rura;X, 3xa. — vadă; VIII, 546. 
jEgyptii astrologite periti^ 1 , 640. 

— magice^ VI, 449- — eorum Did 
etiamferce et aves qucedam^ X^ iSc) . 
— iţruno et obscoena nonnulla^ VIII, 
478. — eorum structurce et luxus^ X, 
III. 

jEgyftvs Africce, seu, ut alii^ 
Asice regio nota^ II, 587 : VII ,710. 
VIII, 5oi, 546, 80a .- IX, 164.- 

^» 4* 59, 359, 474* — ^/"* **<«#, 

muniinenta ei commoda ,* VIII , 444* 

— regio plana '.^ II, l[\'].-^ob inun- 
dationem JYili nuUis pluviis indigetf 
VIII, 839. — jEgypti infima f ib. 
464* — nocentis fatum ^ X, 4« — Lîf» 
byteque donata regna ,* VII ,711 

^gjrptus meudax tumulo Magni; 
VIII , 87 X . — nocens tot monstris; X, 
474*'~~pPuno sole calens; ib, 4^5. <—« 
jEgyptos tuta Sjrtibus; VUl, 444* 

— Mgfpti dedecus; X, 59. — ja- 
centis per plana stagnaret ^ U ^ ^v^ * 



•;■ 



lOO 



^QU 



— infima Htora; VIII, 4^4- — ^-Sf' 
pionf IX, i6^. — liaLei; X, SSq. — 
tueri^ VIII, 5oi. — Mgfplo calida 
raedius mihi cognitus axis^ II, 687. 

JEmula Tirtus stimulos dedit^ I, 
no. — fata fati»5 VIII, Soy. 

JEntce meîDii; IX, 99'x. 

JEolidce ^yi, 384- 

JEolii tridcDtis pulsu laxata tellus j 
11,457. — Molia rabies; IX, 454- — 
ÂSolium saxum ; V, 609. 

yEquare sagrttas 5 IV, 680. — 
Mquat, quos inquinat, facinus; V, 790. 

— jEquaret Mempliis Figulunij I, 
641. — Mquantes moenia turres acci- 
pit^ III , 456. — Mcjuantia colles cor- 
poraj VII, 790. — Mquata vulnera 
membris; II , 177. — Mquătis ad pon- 
dera librae temporibus ^ IV, 58. 

^^uequamj V, i5i : VII, 17. 
uEquor amore notaluiu^ IX, 954. 

— Ausonium; ib. 4^. — caBruIeum san- 
guine diyidit ^ II , aao. — canum ^ 

VIII, 722. — cernit in montibus^ VII, 
l35. — classibus tentatum; IX, Bai. 

— diffusum caelo reddidit^ IV, S'2. — 
fauicibus inimissum portus erat; II, 
6i6. — immensuRi Auster rcpulit j I , 
499. — latum obstruitj II, 66a — 
Libycum^ VIII ,872. — medium j IX, 
a84 : ib. 494* '^' loii. — molliter 
admissum Tarbellicus clauditj I, 4'ii* 

— moUiusj VIII, 98. — periturum^ 

IX, 3 18. — retulit ratis remis j III, 

552. — sentit procellasj VI, 470 

terras repelleret j II , 436. — yEquoris 
fauces j X , 5 1 3. — in cequor fkixit am- 
nis j II , ai3. — per cequor bosies tuta 
terga ferant; III, 49- — sparsis rati- 
hu& ; III , 685. — Mquor Yomentibusj 
VI, 24. — JEquore denso Msotica 
palus gentes tenet; II , 64o. — exclu- 
simusţ VII, 97. — flammas exstin- 
guatj III, 687. — boc clades edidit 
hasta^ ih, 680. — nullae rupes emi~ 
neant; II, G66. — rates piuus mer- 
gunt ; III , 53 1 . -— spumoso Sason per- 
funditur \ II, 627 . — tecto belluni ste- 
litj III, 566. -—in cequore difTuso Ia- 



.EQU 

tuisset; I, 654. "^ mcrguntur claates^ 
X, 496. — victor Brutus^ III, 761. — 
sub cBquore niansit ^ III , 704* *— * 
JEquora ac tcrraej IX, io57. — "•* 
braţ VI, 678. •— classibus percussitţ 
III, 287. — discedunt mersa diducta 
carinaţ ih. 632. — (fluctuarunt ^ţ II, 
7o3. — longesummis remis petit; III, 
537. — loqucntur nobis; VI, 6l8. — 
sonum muta vere; VIII, 199. — te- 
nuere ventum priorem; II, 459. —^ 
tota Austi'um sequuntur; II, 4^^* — 
vadis fracta; IX , 3o8. — zonse perustae 
ricina; <6. 3 14. — yfi'^aora Tyrrbena 
frangentes; II, 4^0. — in quaelibet 
casuros fontes accipit; II*, 4i9> — ad 
wquora a castris opus perduxit; III , 
384< — • in CBquora Lun» Ticina Macm 
procurrit; II, 427. — In aMjuora i^ro- 
cumbit; III, 616. — puppes mittebat; 

II, 709. — silvas devolvit; ib, 409. — 
tellus cautcs emisitţ II, 716. — te- 
nuem linguam producit; II , 6i4> -— 
per cequora aquas mittens Alpbeus; 

III , 176. — Cornelia signis suiş haereat; 
III, 24. — puppes Cecropiae profugoa 
vexerej II, 6i i . — post cequora Te- 
thyos hic constiltit; III, 233. -— sub 
cequora alta sallu tendit; III, 749* "^ 
super cequora dubiam Syrtun feror ; 
1 , 686, — longînqua quod Cato vexil^ 
III , 1 64. — radios spargcns Pboebus ; 

III, 521. — toto mari praedonem »e- 
querereţ Ii, 726. —^ vias constnudsse 
Xerxemj II, 672. 

jEquoreus Acliillcs ; VI , 35o. — 
-humor; IX, 757. — limes; VI, i5. 
— jEquorea aqua; VIII, 788. — 
cuspis; VI , 396. — jEquorei tridentift 
rector Neptune; IV, 111.—. jEquorei 
mctus; IX, 447- — sales; X, 257. — 
triumplii ; VI , 4^2. — jEquorece ra- 
pinae; IX, 223. — arenae; V, 800. — 
yEquore.as ad undas uomen non per- 
tulit; I, 4oi. 

^^a a* campus; IV, 7o3. — arenis; 
X , 291 . — jEquo marle ratis latus 
tuctur; ni, 585. — jEqua cansa; 

IV, 23o. — libra; VIII, 46«. — 



MS 

\Xquum gentibus sidus^ X, 89. — ex 
€equo rae adit^ VIII, aSa. — JEqucB 
mentMj V, 7^7. — vires; IV, 665.— 
jEquas in yices concordia imperium 
duxitj ih, 5. — Mqua cornua^ VIII, 
193. 

^er akus; IX, 799. — aquilonibus 
pulsiis^ VI, 104. — arundinis; IX, 
S27. — fervidus temperiem tollet^ I, 
646. — humidus fluit in Galpen y 
IV, 71 . — iners ; VI , 648. — infectus 
manibus; VII, 769. — Libjcas^ IX , 
619. — nocturuusţ ib, 309. — non sa- 
nusjVII, 83o. — penn» odoratae; IV, 
438. — piger; VI, 107. — rore ma- 
den«î VI, 370. — stridulusj VII, 475. 

— Stygiusj VI, 91. — terrae propior 
succenditur fîilminibusj II, 269. ~ 
tractu pestifer; VII, (^11. — turbidus; 
X, 207. — yariis motibus incertus; 
IV, 49* — violentior; V, 717. — con- 
nectitur axibus; IX, 5. — digerat un- 
dam; X, 260. — discurrit Tenis; IV, 
369. — dum terram leyabit ; I, 90. — 
pelilur; VII, 5 16. — quod dedit; X, 
i55. — Aeris spatium; VII, 5ia. — 
alternos meatus ; IV, 327. — atri 
spatium congestum; ib. 74. -'^ Aera 
gyro complectilur arcuş; IV, 79. — 
nimbis impendas ; ib, 112. — nube sua 
texitterra; ib, 768- — obscurum raniis 
cingens lucus; III, 400 . — perdidit ; 
X, 167. — perrupitcruor; VII, 6a5. 

— presserunt pennae, ib, 835. — se- 
cabat ; IX , 686. — tenet pulyis ; ib. 
462. — texerunt tela; III, 546.— 
torserat yentus ; IX, 498. *—' in aera 
potestas; X, 24'- ~~" surgit Apenni* 
nus; II , \A. — per aera nudos ra- 
mos efiundens quercusj I, 139. — 
ui ere ardens lampas; X, 5o3. — denso 
ignis yarias formas dedit; I, 53 1. — 
in aere pennx errantis monitus cdo- 
•ctus;!, 588. — yacuo libratus orbis; 

V,94- 

Aeriam desuper Pyrenen abripi- 

muTjI, 689. — ferro proscindere quer- 

«um ; III , 434. 

JEs f ulyum ; X , 669. — Joyis ; VI , 



iETA 



101 



427. -^jEris Pbrygii;IX, 288.^ 
yEre excoquitm*; ib. ^2^, — panro 
merent ; X , 409. — - recunro stridentes 
acuere tub» Batayos; I, 43i. — ^ra 
sonent; III, 657. — ^ra coxit foma- 
cibus; VI, 4o5. 

^stas altior trahit Fhoebum; VI, 
335. — extulit Nilura; VI, 474. — 
feryida canduit; I, 21 4* — jEstatem 
sibi mitigat umbra; X, 3o5. — jE" 
state tumentes ripae; VIII, 8a6. — 
jEstates medise; X, 23i. 

jEstiferce Libjes arvis Leo subsedit; 
I, 206. 

ASstimat ponenda in numero scele- 
rum; X, 473. 

jEstii^us sol ; VIII , 376. — jE- 
sUvcB horae; X, 218. 

JEstuat in campos; X, 247. — qua 
medius dies flagrantibus horis ; I, 16. 

— rabies; VI, 63. — unda; V, 566. 

— JEstuet ,• IX , 400. -^ unda lunari- 
bus horis; I, 4i4' 

JEstus bimaris ; VIII , 566. — con- 
traria yentis yolvens; IX, 334. — in- 
cerlus; V, 485. — maris transyersns; 
VIII, 462. — pcctoiis; VIII, 166, 

— se agit ; IV, 4^8. — Zepbyris Eu- 
risque repugnat; III, 549* — ^stu 
commeat pontus; V, 445* — jEstus 
Oceani repulit; IV, 102. — movens Co- 
rus; V, 599. — remearc yetes; IV, 1 13. 

jEtas confcrre notitiam yoluit; X, 
270. — corruptior '^ ib, 1 1 1 . — cui fir- 
mior; II, 63 1. — . differat; IX, 568. 

— distinxerat alios; X, 128. — edaz ; 
VII, 397. — felicior; VIII, 869.— 
fortior; X, 234. — innocua; VIII, 
45o. — impensa labori; II, 569. — 
mea ne yos terreat ; II , 56o. — nulla 
discat; VII, 554» — omnis in unara 
congeriem yenit; V, 177. — omnis 
yincimur; VII, 641. — ^ quaîcumque 
annalibus comprensa est; III, 309. — 
quidquid expleat; VII, 387. — quod 
arguit; X, 176. — repperit yoces; 
V, 386. — studiis consors; IV, 178. 

— sua nulii profuit; II, lo^. ^ jEtate 
triumphi; VII, i4« — 'vclitus;*^. 3;^. 



loa 



^TII 



jEUmus nczus; IV, 189. — ordo; 

VIII, 569. — ÂEterni martis Alani * ib. 
aaS. — cursus secrcla; V, 89. — 
JElerna fama ; VIII, 617. — lex; 

VII, 1. — moles; V, loi. — quies ; 

IX , 67 1 . — ^temum hoc decus con- 
tigit urbi ; III , 389. — nomen ^ VIII , 
189. —in ceternum ; "Xl , 87. — cau- 
sas fixit ; II , 9. — AHtemi Chal jbum 
nodij VI, 797. — orbes; IX, 9. — 
jEuma regna Deis niagno parantur • 
I, 34* — * ^temis causam lacrimis* 
111,607. 

Miher sXtas,, VII, 447 : ih. 839.— 
arduus ruat ; II , 290. — cadcns in ter- 
ras 5 VII , 1 36. — derexus in Austnim ^ 
III, aSi. — ferro subtexitur; VII, 
619. — imusj X, 8. — legi paniitj 
VI, 4^2- — loquetiir nobis; VI, 617. 

— nubibus liber; III , Saa. — percus- 
sussonuit; IX, t68. — pcrustusj ib» 
43a. — Fhoebi curribus succeiisus fla« 
grasset^ I, 657. — plurimus per ful- 
mina ad terram decidat; II, 58. — 
obstitit^ y\i, i53. — tibi curreret; 
ih. 424. — JEtheris Eoi color Phoe- 
3)um urgeremonebat; ib. 720. — im- 
mensi partem si presscris; I, 56. — 
impuisi sonitu emicuit fulmcn; ib. i52. 

— sereni pars tota yacet; ib. 58. — 
j^thera complet vocibus j VIII , 638. 
— flagrantibus loris succendil; II, 4' 3. 

— rcspiceret; IX , 689. — Superi pro- 
digiis implcmnt; I, 5q5. — tangcntes 

sIlTas liquerc; III, 246 tcnditfra- 

gor; VII, 477. — ad cethera clamor 
it j I, 388. — in ccthera redcuntis silva 
r )bore sonus fit^ I, 391. — lendîinlur; 

VIII, i49- — ÂLthere conslriclo plu- 
vias in nube tenebat^ IV, 5i . — ter- 
ram separat; ib. 76. — ab wthere ab- 
duxit ciiras Deorum tellus ; VII , 3 1 1 . 
-^ in ecthere mceslum; ib. 199. — vasto 
iiinuraerae voces misccnlurj III, 54o. 

JEthereus calor; IX, SgC. — sulcns; 

X, 5o2. "—Mihereo Tonanti conncxa; 
V, 96. — Mtherei reccssxisj VI, 445. 
• — ^iherece rniis,T ; IX , 853. — 
flammar; ib. !\;cy\. 



/Ethiopes et jEthiopia , repto Afri" 
ccBy supra uEgyptum,' VIII , 83o : IX, 
65 1 .' X , 293. — capillos habent sur- 
sum injlexos et contortos; ib. i3i. — 
cullores Jovis Hammonis ^ IX, 517. 
•— nigri ob continuos calores; X, 221 . 

— yEthiopia sub nullo signo Zodiaci 
posila , nisi quod Taurus protenso 
pede eam speciei^ III, 253. 

jEthiopum arenae; VIII, 83o. — 
campi; X , 293. — genles; IX, 65 1. 
— DiYes;X,220. — populi; IX, 517. 

— solum; III, 253. — terra; X, 274. 
jEtnj Sicilice mons perpetua igne 

flagransf I, 44 ; V, 99 : VI, 295; 
X, 44^' — igfies non recta sursum , 
sed in latus versus Italiam ejaculată, 
in malum omen : 1 , 5.\5. 

yEtnce Siciilx ora Mulciber laxavil ; 
I, 545. — defluit in campos; VI, 29$. 

— undat apex ; V, 100. — .^tna sub 
ardenţi servilia bella; I, 43. -— sum- 
ma; X, 44^* 

/EtncBce valles; VI, 293. 

/£'('iim annosum ; IX, 359.— dam* 
nosimi; ib. 3i6. — longum; VII,4i7: 
X, 280. — longius deslruit animos; 
VIII, 27. — mundi; VI, 764. — 
mundi totum;VII, 640. —pauper, 
X, i5i. — sequens; VIII, 623. — 
sufficit; VII, 849- — retuş; IV, 654» 

— jEwi ad boc ; X, 195. — breve de- 
decus meruisse; II, 117. — corrupli 
moribus immunem durasse; ib. 257. 

— fama ; IX , 548. — legibus mul- 
tas mortos debct ante suam ; II, 82. 

— senium ; IV, 81 2. — venienlis po- 
pulo ; VII , 390. — yEi^o nulii cogni- 
tus luctus; IX , 169. — JEwum agit; 
VIII, 242. — beilis consumpsimus; 
V, 276. — donas populis ; IX , 98 1 . — 
in (ci'um condere fatum; VII, i3l.— 
longum fortcs animas dimittitis; 1)44^' 

— per cevum ulla sine lege mundus 
errat; I, 642. — violata deIubra;IX, 
519. — JEuo victum robiir cccidit ; 
II] , 729. — languidus parens; I, 5o4« 

— mnximus Arruns; I, 585. — mco 
iiibil tutius essc^ III, 3;i. — nostro; 



AGE 

y, 1 4o. — a longo numquam vioiatus 

iucus^ III, 399. — a nuUo daninabi- 

tur; IX, 986. — in hocj ib. 191. — 

loDgo nec dubium quaeratur; II, 344* 

•dfer Yenator mapalibus crrat j IV, 

684. — vagus; ih. 765. 

Afferre et cxlera per aff, yiA.Adf, 

jiFRANivs et Petreius pari furt 

duees Pompeianiin Hispania ;VW , \, 

— eonim castra super montem viei- 
num HilerdcBf ib. 17. — Af rănii se 
dedentis pro exercita ad Cassarem 
oratio^ ib. 338 et seqq. Videatur etiam 
Petreius, 

Afkicâ tenia pars orhis : ejut si- 
tus et descripţia y IX, 4'! «' seqq, 
îb. 854, 874* — plena incomiftodls et 
iMo/tfyib. 4o5. — sitiens, id est, sicca 
et caiidissima ^ I, 368. — irrigatur et 
fcecundatur Horea nubes in me'ridiem 
cogente; III, 67. — elepliantum fe- 
rax^ VI, 208. — cur ferax anima- 
lium venenatorum) IX, 619 et seqq. 

— in ea maximas eclipses lunce^ ib. 
693. F'id. etiam Libya. 

Africa ardens^IX, 729. — daninis 
flebilis; VII, 691. — nossibi vincnt; 
IV, 793. — sub jure Vâri ; IV, 666. 

— vocat; IX, 8a3. 

Africanum bellum Cassaris cum 
Scipione ,* VII / 69 1 . 

Agamemnon , fraterni ultor ainoris^ 
III, a86. — ejiis classis miile naviumj 
ih. 287. 

AiG AVE PenUteum filiu m , apnim 
putani , dilacerawit : postea ad men- 
tem rediens , caput rogis imposuii , 
dolens quod non plus posset filti 
sepelire; I, 574 : VI, 359 ' ^^^> 
780. 

Agave exsul; VI, 359- — dcsisset^ 

VII, 780. -— Agai'en Thcbanam im- 
pulit Erinnys, I, 5-4* 

Ager Marsiis j IX, 790. — m agro 
frugifero sublimis querciis; I, i36. — 
A gri Ematliiij VII, 166. — sleriles j 

VIII, 829. — loti;IX, 749. — va- 
«ui^ ib. 162. — artlcut srcvis popula- 
iibu«j II, o34' *— laluere paludibiisj 



AGM 



o3 



VI , 344* — Agrorum longos fines 
jungere; j, 168. — A gros inoenibus 
junctos colunlj I, 671. — oicntes de- 
scris; VII, 8a I. — totos coDCutit Pa- 
dus; VI, 273. — in agros Ilcsperios 
audax raetator veniam ,• 1 , 382. — me- 
dios pontem distendit; IV, i4o. — oc- 
cultos sparsus populatorj IVj.g-i. — - 
sparsiis Euphrates; III, 259. — va- 
cuos irrumpat; II, 44' • — p«r agros 
quxsita plaustra ferunt; III, 45o. — 
vacuos taurus cornua explorat ; II , 
602. 

AggerquÎB, quxfossaţVIT, 749. — 
altus faTÎIlae; V, 5a 4* — arenae nia- 
gnus; IX, 489. — pelagi; V, 674. — 
ripa; VI, 778. — sicci pulvcris; IX, 
342. — valii; VI, 3i. — jaccns major 
adparuit; III, 5o8. — stellalis axibus 
erigitur, ib. ^55. — tiirribus pressus 
cedat; ib. 398. — Caes9reus; VI, 44* 

— subitus cespitis; I, 617. — -^S" 
gere busti constructo ; II, 3oo. — 
campi sietitj VII, 649. — cespitis 
fultus stetit; V, 3 16. — dcnso moeuia 
firmant; II, 449* — magno jacet cam* 
pis; VII, 597. — muUo surgit opus ; 
II, 678. — tuiae ripae; VI, 372. — 
vasto colles comniittcrc; III, 382. — 
vasto seplae terrae ; VI, 69. 

Agitare bigas per orbcni indignata 
PboebejI, 78. — raenlesiIX, 295. 

— pbarctras docta; III, ii85. — Agi- 
tat cuiictos mcns; VI, ^iS. — mancs 
discordia; VI , 780. — quos niundi la- 
bor; I, 4' 7* — quos Tcsaoa quics; 
VII, 764. — Agitant aiTna mente; 
VII, 767. — graviora mctus; II , aaS- 
—-hune cadavcra; VII, 775. — Agi-^ 
tabit urbes in toto orbe; II, 643. — 
Agilans Bistonas ; VII , 669. — Agi- 
tanda per orbcm fata; VIII, i38. 

Agmcn dcnsuni; X, 543. — lacc- 
nim; VI,3i5. — Roraanum; IX, 463. 

— subitum; VII, 524. — tolum; «A» 
341. — vesanum; ib, 49^* — **' ^^^'" 
reslrc; V, 708. — incursal; X, 4^4* 

— clauserunt; IV, 747* — commit- 
lerc; IX, 37-^. — in discriiuina ţUr 



io4 



AGO 



gn« mittere; II, 600. — cmisit; VI, 
S91. — moenibus rapidum devolTiL; 
n, ^gi. — agit; VI, ia8. — agitur 
in coneos; VII, 497- — ^gmine non 
mio incedere; I, 478. — moto ; VII , 
373. — rapto Alpem superevolat^ III, 
agg. — rapto tumulum cepit; IV, 35. 
-— trepido discedens ; II, 3g'2. — ex 
tanto solus dux fugit; II, 470. — in 
medio conspectus Caesar; I, n^S. — 
jdgnuna caede polluta; IV, a6o. — 
fortissima; VII, aaa. — fugientia; 
IX, 35. — jejuna ; VII , 99. — ducem 
captiyum traxere; II, 507. — longa 
seric hxrentia; I, ^g^. — Medica Su- 
ftis decurrant ^ II , 5o. — pcritura fru- 
stra ; VII, 730. — procurrunt; ib. 385. 

— prostrata jacentjIV, 359- — Cae- 
faris rumpcns; III , 1 16. — ductor te- 
nebris nociis răpit; I, 338. — fossa 
circumdedit; IV, 29. — in loco teouit; 

VII, 3 16. — lapsura ruina vidit; IV, 
44- "-" recipit ; VT, 288. — reddita in 
8'altus trahit victor taurus; II, 606. — 
regnis deducens Cyrus; III, 284. — 
senrilia solyit;!!, 96. — non armata; 
III, 71. -— pacis vultum hnhentisi^ib. 

— summa cârpit eques ; IV, i55. — 
răpit; ih.'ji'j, — in agmina ruit; VII, 
53 1. — inter agmina dcnsi vulgi vix 
manus movere ; lî, soi. 

Agnoscere^ IV, 517. — facies ja- 
centuixi; VII, 794. — hostem; IV, 
179. — suos ; li . 1 94. — Superos ; ib. 
a55. — vultus; VII, 463. — Agnosco 
cgo truncum hune; 1 , 686. — Ăgno- 
runt parentes unum relictum; III, 606. 

— Agnoscam militis ensem ; VII , 
338. -T- Agnoscendus erat, ut caedes 
ostensa placeret ; II , 1 93. 

Ago 7 agis nil hac ^ra ; VII ,* 809. 

— Agit agraen; VI, 138. — aevum; 

VIII, 243. — . fremitus ; VII , 482. — 
ibi nil rirus; IX, 825. "-' ignis lentas 
▼ires; III, 5o4. — huc te; VII, 525. 

— Martem saerus Caesar; IV, 3. — nu- 
bem in flexum; IX, 456. — omnia 
prsceps fatum ; VI , 98. — plurima 
cnsis navali beilo; III, 570. — se aes- 



ACT 

tus undis; IV, 4^9* — *^ Bagrada; îă. 
588, — sinus unda ; V, 620. — te la- 
psus; X , 3 1 5. — Agimus tempora ant 
annos; VII, 44'- ""* Agitis flagellis 
animam; VI, 73 1. — Agunthoc ci- 
vilia bella; IV, 222. --r Agebat păci 
intentus; III, 53. — se hosUs;yiI, 
523. — Egit curruA eques; VUI, 810. 

— equos; VII, 3. — currus cenricibus 
regum ; X , 277. — diem natura ; VII, 
301. — nullum furor in arma; II, 254* 

— ratem in sedes; IX, x 19. — rimas 
terra; VI, 738. — undas a Syrtibiis ; 
IX, 323. — Agam solus otia; II, 29$. 

— Ages otia tranquilla sine armis; 
II, 267. — A^U; VIII, 289: IX^ 
282. — Agat mecum Fortuna secun- 
dis rebus; I, 3 10. — primus Boreas 
in Epirum; II, 646- — Agens corni- 
pedem Magnus; VIII , 4* — ^'^ nim- 
bus; VI, 134. — AgenU id Deo; X, 
265. — Agitur agmen in cţineos; VII, 
497. — miiii res; VII, 264. — prac- 
toria puppis senis verberibus; III, 536. 
-— ^g^£ jussus Caesar terraque, marique; 
I, 307. — stimulis mortis; IV, 5i7. 

— studiis partis ; ib. 348. — Agen- 
dum quuno quid superesset; II, 657. 

— Adus lacertis aries saxa di^erget; 
I, 384- — per populos;X, 3o. — -va- 
cuis mapalibus; II, 89. — Acta tibi 
res est ; 1 , 4^. — Actum fuerat de re- 
bus; IX, 253. — nil bellis; V, 287. 

— nil credens; II, 657. — plus est 
Tobis illaacie, quam creditis; I, 107. 
— remis mare ; IX ,319. —Acti cur- 
rus; VIII, 8i4- — Actce tensis rudeu- 
tibus rates; II, 683. — sub Alpibus 
hicmes; I, 3o3. — Acta meo cursu 
caetera; V, 4^3. 

Acta felicia; VIII, 33o. — juventae; 
i5.35.— nova veteres triumphos ob- 
scurent; I, 131, 

/^ctus rapidus; IX, 3i. — Actu 
belii; ib. 294. — violento; ib. 47a. — 
Adus sceleris ; VIII , 668. — ingentes; 
V, 669 : VIII, 807. — in adus prae- 
bere Deos; VI , 606. — in nuIIosCart 
lonis subrepsit voluptas ; II , 390. 



ALG 

' AjgricoUe annum flevere; III, 4^2. 
«— Marium fîigere^ I, 585. 

Ah miserţ VI, 7^4. — potius; ib. 
3a8. — potius pereantţ VII, SSg. — 
qnoties; Vy 61 5. 

Ahenum accensom; IX, 798. — 
'jiheno dnxit yiruB ; X , i a4- 

Ait^ V, i3o : VII, 659 : ^^^^f 74^ : 

Aice admotae Auximon pulsainint ^ 
n, 4^* "^ A las barbaricas Gsesaris 
diflcurrere^ I, 47^' "~ nexibus mi- 
scent; IX, a86. — AUs Gxsareis Ge- 
nabos dissolvitur; I, 44^* 

Alanud; X , 4^4- — -dlanos alerni 
Martis^Vni, 223. 

Alha servat Lares ; IX , 992 . — Al- 
bce Iliacx numen ţ V, 4oo. — Albam 
ad summam qua iter est^ III, 87. — ~ 
Alba celsa residens Latialis Jupiter ^ 
I, 198. 

Alba Ivx rubet; II, 720. 

Albani lares ; VII , 394. 

Albis fundat flavos Sueyos^ II, 52. 

Aleides^ IX, 366. — magnus; VI, 
391. — Megxram homiitj I, 577. — 
moDStris levat terras et xquor; IV, 61 1 . 

Alea faii ; VI , 7 : ib. 6o3. 

Ales cruenta^ VII, 837- — f oeta ; 
VI, 676. — convertiturj IX, 689. — 
dej ecit membra j VII, 840. 

ALEXANDERMagnus summus re- 
gttm^ X, 272. — felix prcedo ^ ib. 
Qi. — in Babjflone mortuus^ ib. 46. 
-^Aiextmdrice sepultus ^ VIII, 694 : 
IX, i54 •• X, 19. — misit in jEthio- 
piam, qui inJagarent Jontes JVili, 
frustrat ib. ^72. — ad Gange/n ma- 
gno vinci se fassus ab orbe estj III , 
334* — ejus exemplum periculosum 
mundo : inuehitur porro in eum Lu- 
canusper digressionem^'S. , 25et seqq. 

Alexandri corpus adytis retectum j 

IX, 154. 

uâLEXANDRijE sepulcra regum 
erant magnarum molium ^ "VIU , 6g5. 

AUxandrince regice descripţia ,• X , 
j 1 1 et seqq. 

Alga dabattorumj V, 321. 



ALO 



io5 



Alienus gurges; X , 293. — Aliena 
bruma ; ib. 299. — Alienum pectus ţ 
IX , 888. — Alieni juris arenae; V, 
489. — timoris poenajVII, 644' "" 
Alieno Tulnere labens^ II , a65. — im 
]itore moenibus tutij III , 34 1 • — Alie- 
/i^arx; VI, 45i. — -^/tcwa jura ; IX , 
aia. — sidera; VIII, 337. — *<>"■ 
tempora ; II, 35 1. — fereos coUaj 
V, 169. 

-^%<rr,IX,684. 

Alimenta praebere faciles carinzj 

III, 683. 

Alio fîigeres ; VII , 587. — hos for- 
• tuna Yocas; II , 23o. 

Aliquis comes; VIII , 656. — AU- 
quid tui; IX, 74. — prodesse; VII, 
209. — Tivit} IX , 87 1 . — ausa est ; 

IV, 4o3. 

Aliter; VI, 5oi : VIII, 197 : IX , 
lo4o. — non aliter \ VII, i45. — 
A Uter, quam; IX, 248. 

Alius orbis; V, a38, 579,618. — 
sanguis ; VII, 537. — vulius j VI, 736. 

— A Ui boc licuisse; IX, io53. — 
Alio orbe; I, 456. — non alio motu, 
quam; X, 5oi. — Alii liquere; VI, 
78a. — regesj IX, i56. — sole«; ib. 
87a. — Alice aqu»;X, 228. — cla- 
des ; VII, 633. — oraş; IX , 126. ^ 
Aliis sit pictas; X, 196. 

Allia fastis România diu damnata ; 

VII, 409- 

Alligat et cxtera per all : vide adl. 

Almone parvo loum Cybeben rc- 
vocant; I, 600. 

Alnus exigua ; VIII , 39. — flu- 
ctibus aptior comas posuit ; III, 44' • — 
Pharia; ib, 61 1. — sonuit; V, 596. 

— Alni Latiae compagem ruperat ro- 
stro; IU, 597. — obliqu«;IV, ^^'^. — 
Alnos discussa compage spumeus fe- 
ras; II, 486. — emerius navalibus re- 
petunt; III, 520. — obliquas hosli> 
bus praebuit ; III , 56a. — nullas vado 
moratus Macra; II, 4^7* 

Alo : aUt quem Syrtis; IX , 44'- 

— ţellus gen tem ; IV, 407. — Alunt 
poienies vulgus; III, 78. — Alentes 



loG 



ALT 



iiauriat undas Titan ^ I, 4^^* — AU- 
ttw kic sanguisţ VI, 6i. 

Jllo&is impiusj VI, l^io. 

Alpheus aquas per xquora mittens ^ 

ni, 177. 

Alpina he\U'^ VIII, 808. 

j4lpis nubiferx desupcr colics abri- 
pimur; I, 6S8. — Alpem inter ja- 
centesj I, 481. — rapto agminn nu- 
bifcram supercYoIat; III , 399. — AL- 
pes madidis £uri flatibus rcsolutx ; 
I, 219. — discusserenivem^ ib. 553. 
•— Alpes gdidas cursu superaveratj 
ib. i83. «— per gelidas Gailica rabies 
eirunditur;II, 535. 

Allarihus feris borrcns Esus ; I , 
44^* '~' sacris structx arae ; III , ^o^. 

Alle sustulit; II, 6^9. — clatas 
manus adbclla promiserc ^ I, 387. — 
subrootis solibus umbras cingens Iu- 
CU8 ; III , 4^ I • "^ AlUus ibis in auras j 
VII,.8l6. — nobis inseret j IX, 572. 
>— robora ulnis prensarent; III, 664* 

— telluş vertice non intumuit^ II , 398. 

— vehit^ IX, 460. 

Alter ducum quum vicerit, gauden- 
dum est; II, 4'' — Altera pars; IX , 
337 y X, 129. — poteslas^ IX, 1077. 

— unda; VI, 375. — viclima; X, 
385 , 524. — AUerius monştri cxdes ; 
IX, 663. 

Alterai aeris mea tu s; IV, 327. — 
Alterno signo paret custodia ; IV, 7. 

— Alterna beilor um vulnera ; V, i . — 
Alternis vicibus terra fretumquc liius 
\indicat; I, 4 10. 

Alterutrum caput ; VI , 8. 

Allrix frugibus; VI, 4^6. 

Altus aer; V, 56 1 : IX, 729. — 
sther; VII, 447i 839. — cruor spu- 
mat io undis^ III, 572. — armento- 
rum cruor tigres pavit; I, 329. — cai- 
dis cumulus ; VII, 720. — mons; VI, 
266. — pul vis ; ib. 246. — torpor ; V, 
434^ — Alta convallis; X, 328. — 
Hilerda; VI, 261 — mcns; ib. 228. 

— nobilitas vuitu mina ci ferrum po- 
poscitţ II , 509. — pax per omnes po- 
pulos; I, 249. — poli iiox; VI, 570. 



A MB 

— rupes; IV, 601 : VI, 641. — Al- 
liim gramen; IX, 975. — pelagus; 
ib. 3ii. — solstîtium ; ib. 53l. — 
Alţi sanguinis vis sibi fecit iter j II ; 
21 4 • — in aho occasu Jupiter premi* 
tur; I, 660. — ab alia puppc pugnat 
Gatus; III, 585. — effluxit humor ; 

VIII, 690. — sedit securus spectator 
tanti scelcris; 11,207. — in altum 
excrevit solum leni tumulo; IV, 11. — 
eyexit; VIII, 36 — surgentis tellnris 
tumulus ; III, 375. — Alto dclabitur ; 

IX, 4i« — restagnant ilumina vallo; 

IV, 89. — ex alto ,• IX, 45. — AIU 
fluctus; ib. 33o. — Alta Oapitolia ; 
ib. 79. — culmina; VIII, 8i8. — se- 
dcnt civilis vulnera dexti'x; I, 32.— 
Allis murorum turribus aptant saxa \ 

II , 452. •— Altas in rupes nititur mi- 
Ies; IV, 37. — Altis sil vis dispcrsus 
Atliamas; III, 187. — Alta uemortL 
remotis lucis incolitis; I, 4^3.— -sub 
xquora sallu tendit ; III , 749* — Al- 
ttor xtas; VI, 335. — Notus; V, 714. 

— Altissima lux ; IV, 527. 
Alueus ^if^evy H, 3 11. -^ amnem 

non retinet; II , 217. — largas aquas 
a ripis accepit; IV, 86. 

Alwus variata notis; IX, 71 3. — 

Amâni duri cultor populus; III, 294. 

Amarum ibymum; IX, 287. 

Amasis cwA&yxs tumulis; IX, i55. 

A mat luctuni; IX, 112. — siccum; 

V, 553. — sororcm puer; X, g5. — 
Amant, si mirantur; VIII, 635. — 
A mavit ^^^ccm.^ IX, 199. — Ame* 
qnoia3dere regom; VI, 741» — Antet 
gens oranis invicem; I, 61. — noceu- 
ţes populus ; X , 389. — Amante* 
nonicn Vompcii; IX, io5o. — A ma- 
tura foeta; VI, 4^^* "~" Amari se ne- 
scit felix; VII, 727. — non mallr.t, 

III, 83. — Amatce urbis visu pleuus ; 
I, 5o8. 

Amator Mnrtis populus.; VIII, 364- 

— virtutis; IX, 56*2 . 

Anibage multa tcgens omiiia canc- 
bat; I, 638. — Ambagcs solila; ^ 
VII, 21. 



AMN 

Ambigua locî lex j IX , 3o7 . — Syr- 
\x%)ib. 710. — AmbiguasBOTtes'^y, aa5. 

Ambit penatesţ X, 4^3. — quam 
pectore; VIII , 67. — quanium Tigris^ 
VI, 5l. — qu«8 gentes Iliberus; VII, 
1 5. — quos impiger Cepliiso», III, 1 74- 

— Ambiat ignem ezercitus^ VIII , 
735. — yff?ii^w*el polosj X, 4o« — 
Ambitur tibi Mcroeţ ib» 3o3. — Ant" 
biri urbem a pavidis civibiu juLet^ 
1,593. 

Aihbitlo inants ; -X , 157. — Ambi- 
tione amensfuror^ ib. i^'j. 

Ambitiosa ciborum fames ^ IV, 376. 

— domus; X, 488. 

AmbituB Bomae^ IV, 817. — urbi 
letalis^ I, 179. 

Ambracia ora 5 V, 652. 

Amens^ V, 791. — ambitione fu- 
ix>r; X, 147. — Cornelia 5 VIII, 583. 

— impetus 5 IV, 279. — incubat^ II, 
27. — Amentes impulit^ VII, 747. 

Amentayit babcna iaculum; VI, 

221. 

Amfracius vide Anf. 

Amicos luiseros elegit; VIII, 535. 

Amiclus fcralls ; IX , 1 09. — ple- 
beius^ V, 538. — variu«j VI, 654- — 
Amictu plebeio tectus honos ]atuit^ II, 
iS.'^ A micius famuli raptos indutus • 
VIII, 240. — constrinxitj IX, 482. 

— fluxos adstrinxit baltcus^ II, 36a. 
Amittit ventus vires; III, 362. — 

Amisere notAS temporemuUo confusa; 
II, 167. -— Amissus cladibus orbis ^ 
VIII, 211. -^ Amissum fratrem Iu- 
geotibus ofiert; III, 608. — Amissi 
panci ; IV, 5i3. — Amissve legcs 
iiuUo discrimioe pereunt; III, 120. 
Amnis pe]ago cognitus; VI, 371. 

— Peneius^ VIII, 33. — pronusţ VI, 
474* — rapidus^ VIII, 44^- — septi- 
mus; ib. 466. — spumeus; X, 322. — 
tacitusţ IX, 355. — violenţi vorticis; 
VIII, 374» — flnxit in aequor^ II, 2i3. 
— > Amni Tiberino Nar inlabilur j I , 
475. — Amnem non reţin ct alveus^ 
II, 217. — ripis adligat^ X, 226. — 
tumidum supcrenalaC^ IV,*i33. — iu 



AMP 



107 



amnem solvit se tellus^ II, 4o8. — 
majom famae lapsus Isara ; I, 4^0. ^-^ 
obliquum sonipes obpooitur ^ 1 , 220. 

— unum vires conlectus Nilus; X, 309. 
— > per tumidum propere signa tulit ^ 
I, 204. *— Amnt citato Sperchioa; 

VI, 366. — soluto iter rumpi con- 
spicitţ II, 492. — Amnes ignoti; Xţ 
32. — vestri^ ib. 278. — declivem 
cursura babcant^ IV, 114**^ incursu 
sanguinis turbaţi^ VII, 700. — so- 
nuerunt tectik cursibus; IV, 299. -— 
immensos mons concipit; II, 4o3. — - 
tellus misceat; III , 258. — inter He* 
sperios non ultimus Sicoris^ IV, i4> 

Amolitur bumeris onus; V, 355. 

Amomon vicinx messis ^ X , 168. 

Amor auri nescit fcrrum timcrc ; 
III, 119.^ — laborum; IX, 4^7 • — J»* 
bertatis; VIII, 34o. — mellis; IX, 
290. — mortisj VI, 246. — Niliacus, 
X, 80. — obscoenusj X, 363. — or» 
bissaccrjIV, 191. — Pompeii, non 
belii j IX, 228. — scelerum; IV, 236. 

— stimulis ardens^ ib. 174» — "vesa-r 
nus;X, 70. — veri^ ib. 189. — facil 
trepidum ad prxlia; V, 729. — fluxit 
in praecordia^ VI, ^Sn. — si tantus 
tibi belii ncfandi^ I, 21. — AmoHs 
fraterni ultor^ III, 286. — fruclus; 

VII, 32. — Amori justo robur resti- 
tit; II, 379. — vestro nullum tempus 
vacuum sit; III, 26. — ad amorem 
patriae durura iler^ IX, 385. — Amore 
notatum aequor; ib. 954. — crevît ne- 
fas; IV, 2o5. — diro ferri rcvocan-r 
tur; I, 355. — Martis sempcr in arma 
feros ^ IV, 1^7. — Amores van os po- 
puli conciret; III, 54» — in nimios 
belii excitat calorem juvenisţ lî, 325. 

A mouit sinus y X, 197. — A moto 
hoste âantonus gaudet^ I, i^i2. 

Amphissa roanus Pbocaicas ml>it; 

"I, i-j-i- 

Amphisbaena ,* IX ,719* 
Amphitrfoniades ; IX , 644 • 
Amphrjrsos ,• VI , 368. 
Ampla ( non ] Cutonis alria pulsat^ 



II, 238. 



io8 



AND 




^mp/ecfiliir pons Sicorim; IV, i5. 

— AmplecU fines recessu^ VI, 4** — 
Amplexus fontes et pabula campi 
fouuL'y III, 386. — populos piuiferi» 
mpibas^ II , ^"Si. — Amplexa est mă- 
ritam hoc modo, quo natosj II, 3G6. 
—> Românimi cadaTer; III, 769. — 
Amplexi verbere tauros ;IX, 73i. — 
Amplexos dracones robora circum-' 
fluxisse^ III, 4^1 

AfKplexu foverej V, 735. — Am- 
plexusîv^i^ III, 745. — pati^ X, 36a. 
—per amplexus mariti dilapsa unibra^ 
in , 35. — Amplexibus juneţi ţ IV, 
aog. 

jimpUat Tanais nune bune , nune 
îUum orbem; III, a76. 

Amputat ictus manum^ III, 612. 

— naris aduneae spiraminaţ II, 184* 
-— ense manus 5 VI , 1 76. 

Amyclas piscator Ccesarem trans- 
vehere ejus jussu frustra conatur ^ 
y, Sao. 

jimjrclas consurgit molii toro j V, 
5ao. — pauper 5 ih, 538* 

An : miles an eomes^ VII , 84* — 
quod traxerit , an quod descenderit 5 
VI, 653. — Anne victoria turbam 
non dabit; V, 3a8. 

Anaurosf VI, 370. 

Anceps belii easus eraty III, 752. 
-^solertia^ VIII, !i83. — suecessibus 
fortuna^ IV, Sgo. — Ancipiti eer- 
Tiee rotat ; V, 1 72. — urbe curia tri- 
bunos expulit^ I, 266. — Ancipites 
animi ^ IX , 46 : X, i3. — casibus fu- 
turist IX, 58^. — discrimine casus; 
rV, 771. — Martis eventus; V, 68. — 
yario faTore urbes^ II, 44^* 

Anchisee thalamos latentes adspieitj 
IX, 971. 

Anchora Toees movit^ II, 693. — 
adductum funem senserat; III, 700. 

Anciiia eoUo portans $alius^I,6o3. 
•— ferentesţ IX, 480. 

.^/iconDalmatieisfluetibus obnoxiaţ 
II, 4o3- 

Andus perosus io nebulis niarccre j 

439- 



ANI 

Anfractus maris; V, 4i6« — opa- 
cus^ IV, 160. — Anfractihus longif 
eflnsam urbem cireumeunt ^ 1 , 6o5. 

Angit animum euris mordacibus; 
n, 681. — sua eura parentes; II, 64* 

— Angeris inridia 5 IX , 1 o5a. — jinf 
^'fur undis ; VI , 107. 

Anguis quod sibilat; VI 1690. — 
morsus^ IX, 937. — Angues elTusi 
retrorsum; ib. 653. — taciij ib. 907. 

— fuderunt sibila ^ ib. 63o. — fugan- 
tia yerba ; ib. gi^ — Anguibus repa- 
ratis; IV, 635. 

Angustat fauees maris; V, a3a. — 
pulmo meatus aeris^ IV, 3^7. 

Angustus limes in xquora puppes 
mittebat ; II, 709. — Angusta arena ; 
VI, 63. — Angusta terrarum in sede 
domum poposcit^ II, 579. — Angu- 
stum latus Hesperiae producit linguam 
in aequora^ ib. 61 3. — tempusjIV, 477- 

— Angusti temporis discors concor- 
dia mansit; I, 9^.. — Angusti kres; 

V, 5a8. — penates; ib. 537. — An- 
gusta litora ^ i5. 675. 

Anhelant rabiem Tjpbonis aotra; 

VI, 9^. 
Anhelitus creber; IV, 6aa. — ur • 

getpectora^ ib. 756. 

Anhelus meatus; V, 191. —miles; 
IX, 587. — A nht li pulmonh fibra 
latetţ I, 6aa. 

Anien : Anienis ad gelidas undas j 

I, 582. 

Anima drsccndcns; VI, 714. •*- 
humana ; V, 98. — potens; VIII, 76a. 

— retenta; IX, 640. — vivaTj ib. io3. 

— Animas dulcedo^ ib. 393. — sîn- 
' gultus ; VIII , 683. — diversa in mem- 
bra meantis discursus^ III, 64®* "-' 
quod superest , egere ^ ib. 718. — 
Animai nil leule in corpore caeso d«- 
tumj II, 179. — Animam claasit do- 
lor j VIII , 59. — continuii j ib.%16. 

— divisit cruor; III, 591. — flagellia 
agere; VI, 732. — fcslinantom prae- 
cedere letum nati; III, 75 1. — eri- 
piunt; IX, 787. — in orbes collegit ; 
il,, Q. — multis claudcrc^ IV, 370. — 



AM 

luctantcin trahentes; III, 578. — ser- 
▼are sul> undisţ ib, 697. — sibi red- 
dere^ VI, 8j3. — ▼ulnerc effugien- 
tem collegit; III, 6qi3. — Anima 
eosem moricDS expiilerit ^ VII, 6^2. — 
>^/i{m£P capaces mortis; I, 4^1. — 
lustrales bellis; Vî, 786. — viles; V, 
a63 , 683 : VII , 730. — vivente»; VI, 
5^9. — eimt, quocumque^ VII, 816. 

— Animas fortes in longum «vum 
dimittiti 5 I, 447* — inspiraTÎl terra, 
VII, 769. 

Animal potens leti; VI, 4^^- — 
visus patieDS^ IX, 65:2. — Animalia 
saxis sculpta linguas serrabant^ III, 

334* 

Animus dol^us^ VII , 190. — ma- 
gnus^ VI, 808. — est mihi fallere; 
IX, 389. — feri causas expromere 
remmţ I, 67. — AnimihoCy IX, 68. 

— lausj IV, l\%i. — Animi tumultus; 
VII, 779. — morientis jusjVIII, 
636. — tautum; X , 347- — Animam 
curis mordacibus angit j II , 68 1 . — 
adligat torpor; IV, 390. — Animo 
boc lustra»^ IX, 1057. — ingeutes 
motus ceperat^ I, 184. — Animi an- 
cipites; IX, 46 : X , i3. — degeneres; 

VI, 417. — flagrantesj VII, 559.— 
fortes j IV, 524. — imbellesj V, 3aa. 

— ingeutes; VIII , îi8, a66. — juris 
meraorcs; IX, 96. — morti fadles ; 
IV, 5o6. — paveotes j IX , 407. — pe- 
lagi experles j V, 4iî*» — flagrant voce; 

VII, 383. • — pulsant sua pectora.; 
VII, 128. — urfm/ww nihil sensus a 
morte relictum est; III, 39. — Ani-^ 
mos hos Nilus! VIII, 544- — gestant 
pectora ; IV, a85. — dat aetas impensa 
labori; II, 570. — dat fortuna; V, 
43. — impulit; VIII, 454* — i° or- 
bem extoUet ; ib. 345- — ingentes 
ferre; VII, 679. — populi fama irru- 
pit; I, 470* — tangunt irae; X, 44^* 

— tument^ patrii penates frangunt ; 
I, 354» — labantes confirmaut; IV, 
a49> *-~ Animi» tuis diguum; VIII, 

347. 

Anio vide Anien, 



ANT 109 

Annalibus Latiis stas comprensa 
est; III, 309. 

Annona trabi faTorismomeuta gna- 
rus; III, 56. 

Annosum xvum; IX, 359. — An- 
nosa robora; ib. i\^i. 

Annua vcna]i referens certaiuina 
campo; I, 180. 

Annus consule notus; V, 392. — 
meus; X, 187. — septimus repetitis 
fascibus hxc sequitur; II, i3o. — : va- 
rius ; X , 312. — temperet viam ; IX , 
377. — Anni lex; ib, 201. — Annum 
flevere agricolae; III, 4^2. — Libje 
tulit; ib. 70. — sentit; IX, 437. — 
Anno decirao jam viucitis) I, 3oo. -— 
Anni fracti ; VIII , 476- — robusti j 
ib, 28a. — cardinb extremi; VII, 38 1. 

— cuncta moventcs; VI, 21. — im- 
munes cladibus; VIII, 704. — no- 
men a consule habentes; VII, 44^*'"* 
Annos bellis civilibus servatos ode- 
runt; II, 66. — abrumpere herbis^ 
VI, 610. — debent fata; ib, 53o. — 
in annos te accepit fama ; VIII , 782. 

— multos hic furor exibit; I, 668. — 
per multos inarata Hesperia; I, 28.— 
per tot durasse ; II , 266. — Aruiis 
parcimus; IX, 1087. ~~" omnibus dies 
par; VII, 4^6' — omnibus; ib, 4^1» 

— omnibus non reparet; ib, 388. — — 
paucis; X, 163. — nondum patienti- 
bus currus reget; 1 , 3i6. — in seoium 
vcrgentibus tranquilliorj I, 129. — 
vergentibus extremum diem praecipi* 
tasse; II, io5. — ab annis multis in» 
tactus census;III, i56. 

Antjb vs maxima terrarum gloria} 
ejus domus , cibus, artes , etc, TV, 

' 597. — validior tacta terra ,• ib. 699. 

-— Libycis et peregrini» dirusf ib. 
606. 

A ntceus ţTo]ecit terga; IV, 6i3.— 
sponte cădit; £&. 64a* — cunctisinvi- 
ctus quamvis stârci ; ib. 609. — An-' 
tcei postibus Libje non vidit tantum 
pendere; II, 164. — regna; IV, 5go. 

— Antceum sustulit; ib, 597. — An-^ 
tcse cades ; ib. 649. 



IIO 



ANT 



A.nU; VII , 591, 853. — feram poe- 
nas^ IX, 104. — jacea quam; IV, 8o3. 
— non dedi j VIH , i34. — quam^ ib. 
35o. — non coarctat quaui ,* X, 317. — 
tamen , quani ; VIII , 71a. — aciem; 
VI, 297 : VIII, 53 1. — feras sedet^ 

VI, 55 1. — fores sUre; IX, 544» — 
gentes; VI, i45. — toc; ib, ii6. — 
oeulos erat mors; IX , 763. — oculos 
voliure; VII, 170. — pedeg victoria 
stare ; IV, 34o. — pedes volverer ^ 

VII, 379. — Phoebum nocti părem ^ 
X, 227. — radioB Caniş; ib. 2a6. — 
veoena nocens^ IX, 7^5. 

jintenna sumnia; IX, 3:28. 

Antenoreu* Timavus; VII, 194. 

jântiquus carcerjVI, 722. —sacra 
imagine miles; VU, 357. — AnUqua 
ars; IV, 449- — Antiquum nomen ; 

IV, 591. — cliaos iterum repetens j 
I, 74' — AnUquoa Guriorum passa 
ligones rura yib., 169. — AntiquoB vi- 
res; X, 16. — Antiquis in urbibus 
rarus habitator errat; I, 'J7. 

Antistes laxare vercndas sedes jus> 
su«; V, 123. 

Antonii oratoris { qui calarmta- 
tesfuturas prcedixtrat) caput in men- 
sam epulantis Marii illatum ,* II, 
122. — C. Anfonius M.JruUr obses^ 
sus ctasse Pompeii in ora lllyrici , 
fame premitur f IV , 4o8. — Af, An- 
tonius ( qui post Triumvir ) Urbe 
cum Q. Cassio pulsus, ad Cassarem 
şe cofrftrî ; 1 , 266. — cum parte co^ 
piaram Brundisii relictus, a Ccesare 
scepe evocatusj Y, 478. — BrundisLo 
^oluit^ ib. no3. — Nymphceum ap- 
pellit^ ib. 720. — Cleopatras amore 
incensus ^ X, 70. 

Antrum Corjcium exesis rupibus 
patens; III, 226. — efibssum tumulis; 
X, 19. — sacratum; VIII, 694. — 
Tarlareum; VI, 712. — Antro quo 
sederit; IX, 971. — Antra Cirrhaea ; 

V, 95 : VI, 408. — c«ca; IV, 458. 
— LibycA ; IV, 594. — - Pelethronia ; 

VI, 387. — Pythia; ib. fyi5. — sacra; 

V, 84. — Typbonis,- VI, 92. — slil- 



APP 

lant rore; ib. 3oi. — Antris Scjllait 

clauditur Apenninus; II, 433. 

Anubis caaino capîte; VIII, 832* 
Anxia classisţ VJII, 592. — pen- 

det puppe ; ib. 590. — Tentaris quiet ^ 

VII, 20. 
Anxuria arces superavcrat; III, 84* 
Apenninus erigit Italiam; II , 396. 

— Ejus siuts ,' ib. 399 , 436 : III , 63. 
Aperire divitias gerenti l>elU ; X , 

148. — ferro venas; IX, 759. — geo- 
tes; IV, 352. — Aperit campos gur- 
gite; VI, 276. — pestis; IX, 779. — 
saltus Candaria ; VI, 33 1. — tedes; 
ib. 800. — Aperitur immensum op<iu; 
I, 68. — vultus; VI, 655. — AperUi 
fugaî mens; IX, 225. — Gorgon; VI, 
746. — lux; X, 43i . — umbri» T«- 
naros; IX, 36. — Apertus jugului; 
VI, 555. — Apertum caput; VIII, 
614. — pectus; VI, 722. — Aperto 
mari natura montes opposuit ; II, 619. 

— pelago robur oppositum; III, 532. 

— Apertum gentibus orbem deseritis; 
1 , 465. — Aperti campi ; VI , 7 10. — • 
Apertis muris obsedit Magnum; X, 
545. — AperlcB undae; ly, 426. — * 
Aperta rura ; X , 33o. 

Apex Siculus,- V, 100. — Apîcem 
toUens flamen ; 1 , 604. 

Apidanos ^ VI, 373. 

A pis sacer; IX, 160. — yizerat 
lustra siiae Phoebcd; VIII, 479- 

Aplustre Graium audax reteotat : 
III , 586. — Talidis lacertis tortum : 
III, 672. 

Apollo nocentes tcmpiis arcet; V^ 
139. — se condidit antro Deipliico 
vates ibi factus; V, 85. — > Pjtbona 
confecit; V, 79. — pavit armenia Ad- 
meti; VI, 368. 

Aponus fumifer; VII, 19S. 

Apparere ct caţtera per appy Tid. 
adp. 

Appia via; III, 85. 

Appiua Delpki^um oraculum con-' 
sulitf V, 70. — amhiguwn responsum 
male interpretatur^ V, 226. 

Appius solus metuît descendere in 



AQU 

ancipites Martis oventus^ Y, 67.— 
consu]tor operti Dei ; ib. 188. — 
frustratus anibiguis sortibusj ib. 2^5. 
-— furens ; ib. 1 58. 

Jipsus mollior ; V, 4^a. 

Aptare laqueum collo \ VIII , 655. 

— ^^<a£ habenas ; VII, \t^. — A- 
ptant saxa altis murorum turribus ţ II, 

AptiorHuctihus alnus coroas posuitj 

III, 441 • — terris et puppibusj VIII, 
113.— Aptissima casti-is rupes; III, 
378. 

Apud%entes damnat sceleris ţ VIII, 

i(0%, ^eutes haec movebunt; VII , 

207. — populos majus erit crimen 5 

VIII, 4^0. — populos prodesse hoc j 

IX, io5o. — Superos me vincis; VII, 
ii3. — Tanainj VIII, 319. 

Apulus ^ IX, i83. — pigerj V, 
4o3. — A puia per rura profngus Ma- 
gnus^ II, 608. 

Aqna xquorea j VIII , 788. — bre- 
TÎor; IX, 957. — stagni; ib. 353. — 
Aquce interruptus amnisj II, 21 3. — 
largus fons; IX, 608. — majoris poe- 
iias dat; IV, i43. — Aqua fatidica 
quo» Cephissos ambit^lU, 175. — 
inviolatiis agger; IX, 342. — Aquce. 
Nilij IX, 244. - NUiaca; X, 160. — 
iiusquam vetitie^ <6. 319. — quaesitac; 

IV, 3o6. — Simoentis; IX, 962. — 
tBtae; ib. 1007. — vadosae; VIII, 699. 

— Aquarum avidi siphones j VII , 
l56. — dominus; X, 214* — quidquid 
pendcbat, iraa petit; IV, 127. — le- 
ges; X, 328, —tractus; IV, 368. — 
Tarietas; X, 263. — Aquas fremen- 
tes vorticibus coDtorsit; IV, 102. — 
excepturus sonipes obponitur ; I, 22 1 . 

— has trahe; VII, 822. — Mbernas 
pasfturus pons; IV, 16. — largas al- 
Teus accepit y IV, 87. — omnes Irahe , 
gurges; II, 486. — per aequora mit- 
tens Alpheus; III, 177. — post Rubi- 
qonis ia nullo flumine stabit; II, 498. 

— Sarmaticas Cone perdit; III, 201. 
•^vulneribos traosmisit corpus; III, 
C6i. — Aquis his adscripsit^ X, 240* 



ARA 



irr 



— Hesperiam cxhaurit; II, 4io. — 
intei'ceplus anim» discursus; IU, 641 . 

— îs rectus ; X , 289. — numen se- 
cundum ; IX, 646. — nubes in Tellera 
sparserat; IV, 124. -~ pelagi amne» 
referaotur ; ib. 1 15. — Phoebus radios 
fregit; III, 522. — quod nomen sit 
incerlum ; 16. 259. -— yastis mixtum 
Hydaspen non seatit Indus; ib. 236. 

— Vestiniâ împulsus Liris; II, ^'iS. 
Aquarius imbres fudisset; I, 653. 
Aquilce iiotx Bomanaque sigua ful- 

sere; I, 244- — Aquilis fasces addi- 
dit ; V, 389. — AquUas ferentem den- 
sis castris incedere; I, 477* "~ pare» 
et pila minantia pilis canimus; ib, 7. 

— terribiies et signa urbe procul re^ 
linquas; III, 33o. — victriccs depo- 
nere jussus; I, 339. — victrices ferre^ 

V, 238. 

Aquilo velis acceptus; IV, 584» — 
Aquilone fractae rates; IV, 4^7» — 
ab exlremo Suevos Albis fundat ; II , 
5i. — Aquilones -y V, 720: VI, 104. 

— rari; IX, 422. — A quilonibus aic' 
cis lixrens bruma; IV, 5o. 

Ara discussa; VII, i65. — Scy- 
tbica; ib. 777. — Taranis non mitior 
Scythic» Dianae; I, 44^* — *^ '^^ 
Vestali raptus ignis ; ib. 549. — in ara 
positus Phoenix; VI, 680. — Arat 
alienx; ib. 45 1. — calid»; ib, 55^. — 
Deorum; IX , 992. — Hera »aî ; ib. 979. 

— Romae; ib. 601. — subitae ; ib, 988- 

— tristes sacris; VI, 43îi. — victorisij 
VIII, 861. — diiis altaribus struct2 ; 
III, 4o4- — Aras nuUas cui prsetulit^ 
VIII , 457 . — Aris imponere flam- 
mas; VI , 525. — nuUis parcns defuit; 

II, 35. — sacris admoyet electa cer- 
vice marem ; 1 , 608. — ab aris disce- 
dit; IX, 585. 

Arabes felices; VII, 44^' — «oluti; 
ib. 5 14* — venistis in orbem ignotum ; 

III , 247. — Arabum gentes ; IX, 5i 7, 

— populi; X, 291 : ib. 3 12. — por- 
tus ; VIII , 854. — scrpens Tokicer ; 

VI , 677. 

^rr/nf supei' Argos; VI, 356. — 



iia - ARC 

Arei vcleranas nira; 1 , 345. — Ara- 
tur sulcis telluris^ Yll , 858. 

Arar ,• VI , 476. — Areurim Rhoda- 
niis in mare f ert ţ 1 , 4^4* 

Arator moviaset terram; YII, 861 . 

Aratrum dextra pressum ; YI, 383. 

— premat contul j VII , 43o. — Ara- 
tro curvo soli cessantis raptis juTencisţ 
III, 451. — AratrisVLeMuiCîA abdu- 
ctus consul ) X , 1 53. 

Araxes Armenius; VII, 188. — 
barbarus sub juga isset j 1 , 19. — gc- 

Hdusj vm,43i. 

Arbiter mundi; VI, 743. — undx; 
X, 209. 

Arbiirio tuo mors rapta; IX, 10,59. 
Arbor (navis ) summa j VIII , 179. 

— Diontibus procunibit ^ III, 5 13. — 
omnis humanis cruoribus lustra ta j III, 
4o5. — protegit truncuin; IX, 539. 

— stillavit roribus^ VII , 837. — Ar- 
bore multa frondere j X , 3o4- — Ar- 
boribus caesis leyatae naves^ IX, 33a. 

— suus horror inest; III ,41^* 
Arbusto palmarum dives Idume ; 

III,ai6. 

Arca plebeii funerisţ VIII , 736. 

Arccams orbis^ IX , 864. — Arca- 
num ferale; VI, 44^* — caput; X, 
395. — nefast VI, 569. — Arcano 
pectore voces reddit; II, 285. — Ar- 
cana; IX , 554- — curarum; VIII , 
279. — diti^VI, 5i4. — foţi; V, 137. 

— magorum; VI, ^Zi. — mundi^ 
V, 198. 

Arcaş; IX, 661. — Mxnala liquit j 

m, 178. 

Arcere a litore; VIII, 497. — e 
terris; ib. 588. — Caycos crinigeros 
bellis^I, 4^3. — paratis fluviis; II, 
495. — Arces gladios a sanguine; VII, 
81.—- Arcet aditus gladiis, ignibus^ 
X, 439. — templis nocentes; V, 139. 

— ^rce/it a sanguine manus; X, 4^0. 

— Arcele procul bune furoremj 
n, agS. 

Arvessere fata mânu; IV, 4^* — ■ 
mor tem; VIII, 660. — Arcessite fa- 
tum ferro; VII, aSa. — Arcessitur 



ARC 

toto orbe quo gens quaeqae perit^ 
I, 166. 

Arctant carinx pelagus; IX, 35.— 
Arctei humum laterum compage j III^ 
398. — Arctawit dausitqoe animam^ 
IV, 370! — Arctat medium; ib. 627. 

— Arctantur ora profundi; II, 678. 

— Arctatu* ferret rapido gurgite 
pontus; V, 234* 

Arcte complexa ; IX ,111. 

Aretophylax; VIII, 180. 

Arctos; VI, 342 : X, 48.— habct 
me Tictorepn ; II , 586. — non in illis 
montibus; X, 220. — quos populos 
despicit; I, 458* — vacat imbribns.^ 
IV, 70. — Arcton non totam mergi 
adspicit; III, 25 1. — in Arcton exit 
nobis umbra ; IX , 539. — Arcto ge~ 
niiua clarissimus axis; VIII, 1.75.-— 
subacla remeasset in urbem^ III, 74. 

— sub gelida melius sedem dedisaet; 
I, a52. 

Arctous orbis; V, 344* — Arctoum 
fiigus; X, 25o. — latus; VIII, 4^4 * 

— Arctoi belii tempore; III, 89» — 
Arctoo in orbe sedem legeris; 1,53. 

— yertice spumantem Rbenum fr^itf 
I, 371. — Arctoi imbres; IX, fy^il. 

— ArcLocB gentes; V, 661. — pmioK^ 
Vm, 363. — terrae; V, a68. — An- 
ctois finibus revulsos populos; I, 48a. 

— Arciois rapiens e partibna ignem 
fulmen; ib, 534* — Arctois in anris 

^ difiusus cruor; I, 3oi. 

Arctus cursus; IX, 958. -— locus^ 

VII, 3i5. — A reia obsidio; VI, xo8. 
-^ in arctum se cogentis Hesperic la- 
tus; II, 6i3. — Arcti complexns; 

VIII , 723. — Arctis imminum fau- 
cibus aequor; II, 616. — -^rcliorEtt- 
boica unda limes; II, 710. 

^rc{<5 fortior; VIII, 295.— incer- 
tus; ib. 373. — letifer viris non £uit; 
III, 5oo. — aera complecţilor ; IV, 
80. — ^rcu impetere; VI, 394.'— 
ingenti pon&Sicorim amplectitur; IV, 
i5. — minax; VII, 5i5. — sariasa» 
Pellaeasfregere; VIII, 298. — Areus 
Armenii ; ib, 221 . — Partbi; IX, 267. 



ARE 

■ — tendunt nenris^ VII, i4'' — cx- 
striicli spoliis ; YIII, 819. 

Ardea yolare ausa; Y, 553. 

Ardet rogus sine honore; IX; 63. 

— stimuiis amor ; IV^ 174- — Ardent 
populatibus agri; II, 534* — Arsit 
Phoebe ignibusolgris; VI, 5oa. — ra- 
biesj V, 359. — Arsere ceruchi; X, 
496. — «enes flammis; VI, 454« — 
Arderety' IX, 752. — Ardens Can- 
cer ^X, a88. — Garcinosţ IX, 536. 

— vir; *^. 748. — Ardens aere lam- 
pas; X, 5o3. — Africa; IX, 729. — 
f avilla j VIII , 75a. - — nou ardentis 
sibras incendia fulgere; III, 4^0. — 
Ardentem flammis polum noctes vide- 
runt ; I, 527. -^ Ardentem Bereni- 
cida separat Lepti; IX, 524. -^ Ar^ 
dentes plagae^ VI, 326. — telis sole 
percussis acies; II ^ 4^a. — Ardentes 
currus Titan caligine condidit; I, 54 1. 
'^Ardentia ossajVI, 533. — Ar- 
denUbus ocvM* strident ignes ; ib. 179. 

— tabulis hxrens; III, 688. — Arsu- 
ra» in tecta faces paravit Gatiliua; 

n, 542. 

' Ardor^ IX, 402. — et labor; VI , 
587. — - noscendi; V, 129. •— extulit 
mentes ; IV, 520. 

Arduus xther mat; II , 260. — axis; 
V, 632. — Ardua fides; VUI, 282. 

— moles ; Uk 866. — pinus erigitur ; 
II, 695. — ratis; V, 649. — telJus; 
IV) i58. — turris; ib, 43 1. — virlus; 
ib, 576. — summis montibus gens ha- 
bitat; I, 4^* ■*" Ardua saxa; IV, 
739. — valii; VI, i38. — snper Vo- 
gesi rupem castra; I, 397. — jubens; 
Vm, 238. — per ardua -^W, 38. 

— Ardua toUit labor; ib, 20. 
Area stabilis navalibus bellis; III, 

5i3. — beUi; VI,6o. 

Arena ima; VIII , 820. — ^Niliaea ; 
V, 475. — Libya; IX, 617. — >^nuda; 
ib. 882. — putris;.i&. 699. -— squa- 
lens; ib. 755. — vacua; ib, 726. ■*— 
ArencB agger ; ib, 488. — cumuli ; ib, 
485. — * cumuli; ib. 34o. — numerus; 
V, i8a. — fatalls munera; IV, 708. 
//. Pars altera. 



ARI 



n3 



— Arena adfixit; IX, 765. — Are- 
nam compressit ; VIII , 790. —^rsna 
augusta Kstiiat rabies ; VI, 63. — flu- 
minea truncus jacet; I, 685. -^^re- 
na^ IX, 4<'3* ~~ «quore»; V, 800. 
•^ Casiae; VIII, 539. — dirae; X, 2. 

— exustae; IX, 7i5. •— immotae; ih, 
437 . — Libycae ; X , 291. — litoreae; 
IX, 296, 44'* '"' Marmaricae; VI, 
309. — medix ; IX , 607. — alieni ju- 
ris; V, 489. — mobiles; IX, 469. — 
Nili; Vm, 8o5. — Palaestina; V, 46a; 
— Phariab ; VIII, 712.—- Phariae dam- 
nantur busto; II, 733. — putres; 
Vin, 83o. — rapta; IX, 465.— Si- 
geae; IX , 961. — steriles ; ih. ^78 , 
576 : X, 3o8. — summ»; VIII, 754, 
856. — - vacua; ib. 62. — unda do- 
mita; IX, 527. — Arenas conunen-^ 
dat crimen; ib, 82. — - expurgat; ih. 
91 3. — ■' metiiur ; ib, 7o5. — norit; 
vm, 774. —^ infundit auxilium mem- 
bris; IV, 616. — per calidas Libyael 
duc; I, 368. — per Libjcas Nilus 
stagnaret; II, 417» — Arenis aurum 
legit; VII, 756. — pontus montes im^ 
miscet; II, 664. — pulsatur; VIII, 
708. — si quid mersisset; III , 698.—- 
spissis uncus avellitur; II, 69^^ 

Areniuagusf IX, 941. 

Arent siti ora ; IX , 5oO. -"^ Arue^ 
rai tellus; IV, 55. -^ Arens Meroe; 
ib. 333. — Arentem super Libjen fe- 
ror; I, 687. — Arentia ora; IV, 7 55. 

ArgerUum fudit flammis; VI, 4o4' 

Argo^ VI, 4oo. — montibus sub- 
ducta est; II, 717. — rudis gentea 
miscuit; III^ 193. 

Argoiicus tjrannus; IX, 367. 

Argos quondam nobile; VI, 356. 

— impulit ; X, 60. — noctibus dam->. 
navit; VII, 452. 

Arguit quodatas; X, 176. 

Argumenta mortis; VIII, 869. 

Aricia parva sacrata Diana, etc. 
VI, 74: 111,86. 

Arida Libje quidquid patet; III, 
294. — tellua; IV^ 629. 

Aries signum caeleste; IV, 57 : IX« 



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ARM 



534- """ -^ries (macfaina belii) laceitis 
actul Mza disperget; I, S34> ■— mo- 
tunif limina pulsu ; X , 480. — neqoit 
impelUre; VI, 36. — non est Parthw^ 
VIII, 377* — Bubmoveat hune ferro; 

VI , agO' — nicpenso fortior ictu in- 
cuMus^ III, J^go- 

Arimaspus dives aurum legic ; YII, 
756. — Aiimaspe, comas auro liga- 
taa fubfltriugensţ III, a8i. 

jâriminum vicinum minax iuTadit ) 

I, a3i, a53. 

ArUbe glebis exilit; III, ao4* 

Arius fortis; III, 281. 

Arma Câeaaris; V, 493: VI, a85 : 
Vin, 3a5 : ib. 667 : IX, ia8. — vel 
Magnum sequantur^ II, 346. — ciri- 
lia; V, a85 : VI, 148 : VIII, 35i : 
ib, 559: IX, i5o.— cuncta; X,35i. 

— delbrmia^ VIII, 698. — dciapia 
caeloj IX, 475. — Ematliiaj ib, 1017. 

— felioia^ VIII, 100 : IX, 1099. — 
fraterna; VII, ^62. — inimica consi- 
liisjIV, 348. — Latia j VIU, 5oi. — 
Magni; IX, 176. — Arma deseria; 

VII, 606. — nocituraj VII, 60. — 
projectaj VIII, 735. — pcctoris; VII, 
573. — regia; VIII, 597. — retenta; 

II, 5i4- — Romana; X, 4» — nec 
Phamacis relinquas; II, 637. — Pto- 
lemxi; IX, a68. — sacra; IV, 678. — 
aatellitis ; X , 98. — secreta ; IX, 1071. 

— Sertorii victa ; VIII , 809. — soceri; 

VI, 3i6 : VIII, 5o6. — Tigridis; iA. 
370. — tua; ib. 619. — concurrunt ; 

VII , 196. — uaufraga campo natant j 
IV, 88. — aacris penatibus adfixa; I , 
a4o. — vacarent; VIII^ 4^^. — ca- 
pere jubet; IV, i49- — circuit; VII , 
666. — coUegerat; X, 44^* — dam- 
nare; IV, 338. — dedisset cxlicolis 
fiiror; III, 3i5. — disponere; VI, 289. 

— ducum sxva dirimeos Crassus; I , 
io4* — feralia tolli Tiderat; II , 374« 
-— fraterna nudo pectore tegens ; III , 
620. — illis, quibusfas est, conunit- 
titis; III , 339. — haec relinquo; IX, 
ga. — invenit furor ; IIIj, 67 1 . — mi- 
scere ; VIII, l(iu — damnata felicibus ; 



ARM 

IV, 36o. — moTimu»; VII, a55. — 
parabat Maguus; II , 5a6. — * quietem 
ruperunt ; VI, 781. — populi» permit- 
tit; VII, ia4. — praetttlit tog»; IX, 
199. — pro patriis legibus ferre; II , 
a8i. — prodidit dangore; X, 4oi.-— 
quis justimainduit, acirenefat; 1, 106. 
— • senatus non privata dedit ; II , 539. 

— singula continuis ictibus cesseruiit; 
III , 4^* — tenenti omnia dat ; I, 348. 

— timere; VII, 34o. — Armorum 
series ; III , 4^- — curas peetore 
expulit; ib. 53. — daranwn pata- 
mus , nisi rebellent; ib. 366. — fra- 
gorauditus; I, 569. — nnnciui^ VIII, 
5a. — rabies imminet; 1 , 666. — • ^'» 
dens; IX, 373. — longae quietia mim- 
quam patiens; II , 65i. — Anrnt Ce» 
saris Parthorum subducta meta pnbea; 
II, 474* "" Canareis pelagi decos ad- 
didit;III, 76a. — civilibus hic «titna 
stabit ; II, m/^. — cirilibus finis adestf 
VII , 343. — cirilibus Boma mnltam 
debet j 1 , 44* — civilibus suetna brila 
nefanda parat; I, 3a5. — cirilibus la- 
crimas damus; III, 3i3. — feralibns> 
ne tantum liceat; II, a6o. — - fortuna 
causas inrenit ; I , a65. — nnllis acce- 
dere; VIII, 53 1. — innixa arma f«- 
runt; III, 475. — • meis nequt praed» 
nec regnum quaeritur ; I, 35o. — non 
sufficit; VII , 368. — in arma ftirens 
Caesar; II , 4^9* — semper Martis 
amore feros populos; IV, 146. — ho- 
stis sui cădit cruor ; VII, 6a6.««-eunt ; 
X, 53o. — isset; IX, ai, —major 
ruit ; III , 37 . — mundus conjuret f 
II , 4B. — venit Creta centenit fM>pa- 
lis; III, i84- — nuUum furor egit; 
II, 254. -~ impellere; VII, 718. — 
quid populum impulerit ; 1 , 68. •— ca- 
terras mittere; III , a93. — • Armis di- 
missis dftgener eam ; III , 367. — felici- 
bus usa ; ib. 338. — • furialibus te non 
persequor;I, aoo. — miscuit toros; X, 
75. — miscuimus gentes; IX, 1077- 
— positis genus humanum sibi conso- 
lat; I, 60. — vel votis prodesse JoTi ;. 

[ III, 317. — immotis populara liber- 



ARS 

tas pasctitet; I, 17a. — faccs tenere; 
III , 498. •— pictifl pugnaces Lingonas ; 
I, 398, — toroi uita; VIU, io3. — 
vestris Emnenids lampadas quaterent ^ 
m, i5. — stipantibus ^ X, 534* — ^^ 
armis positis morem Mcrorum repe-* 
tifttis; I, 4^1 • — * in armis longis Sues- 
sQoet l«T«s; 1 , 4^* '"' ^^^ ^^ caasu- 
rus tempore juTentae^ III, ^aS*—— fe* 
cit nil; IX, a8. — occubuiase; IX, 
566. — peratare ; YII, 690. — sine or- 
mis melius tranquilla otia agea; II, a66. 

jirmamentis nudis avertitur y IX , 
309. 

Arm0mr€L. le vis; VII, 5o8. 

Armaua utraque vagantes populos^ 
n,639. 

Armeoius tenens Niphatem ; III , 
a45. — Armenii; YII , aSi, 54a. — Ai^ 
menioa tubegi; II, 594* — Armenius 
Araxes; VII, 188. — Armenium ju- 
guin; IX, 237. — - Armenii arcuş; 
Yin, aai. 

Armenia sequuti ; IX, 73o. — Ar^ 
jnentorum cssorum cruor tigres pavit; 
J , 3^9. "-^ ArmentU pulsus ccrtamine 
taurus ; II , 60 1 . 

Ar mo : armauitUBnesgrandxifQB'flJI, 
5i8. *- Armaiua amavit pacem; IX , 
199. — hospes; X, i49* — Armatum 
pecUis;iy, 783. •— Armatam urbem 
e iodibua expulit; II, $74* — * Arma- 
tos mamplos ad sigua convocat^ I, Q96. 
— ^ plebi miscere potentes ausus Gurio; 
I, 371: — Armatas manus excusso 
{uqgere ferro; I, 117. — nou armata 
agmiaa victor trahens ; III , 7a. 

^rmits totus; IX , 83 1 . 

Arrunt moeoia Lucx incoluit; I, 
^6. -— attonitus sacris; ib. 616. — 
fulminis igoei colligit; ib. 6o6. 

Ars antiqua; IV, 449* — ducis; 
yn, 333. — nefanda 5 VIH, 688. — 
pollnta; VI, 509. — i«elicta; VII, ia6. 
— simulata^ IV, 744* — HxmoDidum; 
quidquid uon creditur; VI, 437- — 
Tribunitia^ IV, 880. -^Artis conditor 
Tagus ista fioxerit; I, 636. -— erat; 
Vin, 673» — < optm TÎcere; V, 645. 



ARV 



n5 



— Arte carcnt Deorum simulacra \ 
in, 4^3* — geminat» tenebra ; VI, 
6a4* — Artes Hxmonie; ih. 486, 765. 
—'Artibus pelagi certas; III, 56o. 

Arsacides ; VIII , 409. 1 — Arsacida 
superbus^i^. ai8. — Arsacida fib, 
a33. — plus vobis actum est, quam 
creditis; I, 108. — savi; VIII, 307. 

— Arsaeidum dominus; X , 5 1. 
Arsi noM Lagcea proUs ,* X, 5a i . 

— Amiilani occidit , Ganjrmeden 
o(^is prtBfedtf ib, 5a3, 53 1. 

Artits omnis; VI, 754. — Artus 
adstructi; VIII, 67. — Gssaris; VI, 
588. »- defessi; IX, 745. —* exani- 
mes; VI, 721. — gelidi; IX, 56. — 
a gurgite gelidi:.I V, i53. -— omnes ţ 
VI, 540. — tumidi; IX, 800. -— ino~ 
rieotis; IV, 65o. — spirantei inTenity 
III, 73a. — sudoribus exbausti; IV, 
638. *— fumant; IV, 754. ■— manant 
sudoribus; IX, 499- — toţi; FV^ 63 1. 
•— i Talent ictus prohibere ossibus; III, 
656. r^ Artus abstuUt; IX, 144. — 
et animum adligat torpor; II, 290. — * 
degustaut; VII , 844> "** gelidds paTor 
adligat; I, a46. ~- lace^ros flevit Gras- 
eia; II, i65. — laceros vidimu#; II , 
177. — regit idem spiritus orbe alio ; 
I, 456. — nicCskt dentibus; IX, 934* 

— restUuunt corsu ; IV, l53. •*- to- 
tos cum sanguina dissipat; UI, 473. 
-*- Titalibuj yacuos in letum tradidit ; 
ib» 643» -* io artus lassos collegit ani- 
mam effngientem; ib, 6^3. 

Arundo Grorlynis ; VI, ai4- — Scy* 
tiiica; IX, 837. — Arundine a te» 
nera succos bibunt; UI, ^37. 

Aruemi ausi Latio se flngero ira-* 
tres; I, 4^7* 

Artnim dentibus adtonsum; IV , 
4i3. — moUius; ib, 3o8. — pmino- 
sum ; VI, 489. — Arva CjH ; VUI , 
aa6. — deşerta; VI, 57a. — GalUca 
ab Ausouiis colonis disterminat; I, ai 6* 

— Emathia; IV, a55: VU, 191, 846: 
VIU, 267. — feralia; VU, 788. — 
Lagi; VIU, 44^* — LiJbysB squalentia; 
V, 39. — Libjes ; IV, 606. — ' libyca^ 



ii6 



ASP 



IV- 582. — Medus»; IX, 606. — 
mollia; VIII , 5a6. — mnndi invia 5 
ib. 164. — nostra;iĂ. 5 14. — patri»^ 
IX , 87 1. — patula ; IV, 743. — Phlc- 
giwaj IV, 597. — Rheni; X , i3o. — 
Sicani»; VI, 65. — Siculaj ib. 814.— 
sicca ; IX, 384- — squalentia ; ib. gig. 
*~* Stoecixadis tenens classis; III, 5 16. 

— Syrtido»5 IX , 710. — Thessalica ; 
ib. 1073. — Vulturi»^ ib. 184. — nulii 
bono fecunda; ib. 697. — fodere ; IV, 
294. — natant sanguii^e; VII, 7a8. 

— sedent mediis convallibus; III, 38o. 

— Arya premi patienle colono j II , 
445. — jiruis poscentibus mamis de- 
sunt^ I, 59. — per arwa Graiorum 
yires adquirile ; II, 6^6.—^ Aruis fru- 
giferis nobilis est insula; III, 65. — 
sqoalentibus Libjes sulifledit leo ; I, 
ao5.' — vetitis Hesperiae constitit ^ ib. 
aa4* — *° «m* Arctois diffusus cruor; 
ib. 3ol. — procul arvisţ IX, 34 î. 

• Arx Cor finii 5 IV, 697 . — ^ juris) VII, 
-693. — *• Arcem nudatam Lucerix de- 
scris; II, 472* — in celsara proxima 
patsurbift consurgit; III, 379. — ^Arce 
-£8cule;i Lentulus depellitur; II , 4^8. 

— Arces Dyrrbachii ; VI , 14» — La- 
tiaî; IV, 657. — Pellaaî; IX , i53.— 
semirutae Garthaginis; IV,'585.— Ţar- 
pei»; VII, 758. — depulsi» hostibns 
oppressx; II, 654- — Arces evertit; 
VIII , 490. -^ exustae Phocidos trans- 
latas; III, 34o. — prxcipites Anxuris 
superaverat; ib. 84* — ad tutas bo- 
sţis compeliitur; II, 5o4. — io urbis 
erxcelsas tela cadunt; III, 462. — in 
tutas Brundusii concedii; II, 609* 

Asia^ II, 674 : VI, 817 : X, 3o. 

— aliossoles videns; IX, 87 a. — *po-t 
tens; III, i6a : IX, 10102.—^ Asice et 
terminus idem Europs Tanais ; III , 
274. — populi; X, 3o. — AsiamBih 
Europa disterminatHellespontus; IX, 

957. 

: Asince cautes; VIII> 195. 

• Asopos^ VI, 374. 

A sper mucro; VI, 186 : VII, 139. 

— Aspera gens moto freno Heniochi; 



AST 

III, 269. — Hxmorrhois; IX, 806. 

— Leucas classes premît; I, 4^. — 
ora; IV, 325. — montis juga; VIII ^ 
372. — saxn arra; IX, 628. -~ saxa ; 
VI , 338. 

~ Asperat saxa; VI, 801. •— undas 
Chios ; VIII , 195. 

Aspernata fames priores mensas; 
I, 164. 

Aspis letifera; IX , 901. — sponte 
sua non transit in orbem gelidum; 
IX', 7o5. — Aspides Fhariae ; IV, 724. 

— siccae; IX, 610. 
Assaraci domus; IX, 967. 
Assentire , Assiduus et castera per 

ass vid. ads. 

Assjrrius sanguis ; VII , 636. — Am- 
syria clades; VIII, îx^34. — cura; VI, 
429. — pax; VIII, 4^7» — Assyrii 
populi; VI, 5a. — casus; VIII,9a. 

— AisyricB domus ; ib. 3oo. -— 110- 
ctes; ib. 292. — Assyrias raacttibvit 
sanguine Garras; I, loS. —^ Assjrria 
fata; VIII, 416. 

Ast; VI, 738 : VII, 608 -. VIII , 
i5i ': IX, 49. — ego; VIU, 279 : X, 
197, 262. 

Astra celsa ; VI , 4' i^> -^ ^x* polis ; 
IX , 1 2. — summis polis fixa ; -V, 564> 

— dubitant damoare capţit;'<^. 304. 

— ignea pontum petent; J,^, — fu-» 
giebant solis igues ; I , a3a.- — • iutulit 
Tbyestse; VU, ^b^. — ire Tccat; X, 
202. — lacesiis spuma; i&^ Bfto. — 
ossibus mixturus rogus; VH, 8t4* ~~ 
peracfai statione serus petet; Iy46.^-^ 
percusserat dics; VIII, 778. •— tenta* 
rent gigantes ; III, 3i6. <-« vioerat ju- 
bar; VII, 4^* -^ad aatra feratodo- 
res; VIII ,• 730. — Astris et ponto dis- 
crimen ; Vj 76. — i-omabit maiies; VII', 
459; •'— propioribus lux flammas eri- 
pit; II, 721. — ab âiIrtV discessit hu- 
mor; IV, 126. -— de astris consutit;^ 
Vni, 167. 

Astrcea ,• IX , 535. 
Astriferi axes; IX, 5. 
Astur impiger; IV, 8. 
Asturium aurum; IV, agŞ. 



AUG 

.Asylum eriguum dominos comnii- 
•it;I,97. 

At illej Vni, i9a.-^nonj V, 499 ^ 
VIU, 637 : IX, 1. r- nune; IV, 346: 
X,5ii. — tu^ VII, i68. -rr tibijam 
donat; ibr 7^3. — tibi dos; IV, 8ii. 

Atax raitis gaudet non ferre La bas 
carinas; I, 4o3. 

Ater imbribus Notus ; V, 6o8. — 
pulvis; VIII, 57. — Atri aeris con- 
geatum spatium; IV, 74- "^ Atra H- 
▼entes plantu lacertos; II, 37. — 
Charybdis sanguineum mare torsit; I, 
547 . — cutia ; VI, gS. — nox; IV, 47 a : 
IX , 839. — nox damorem edidit ; I , 
579. r- nox caelum tenet; III, 4^4* — 
Atra caligine Titan cusrus condidit; 
I, 541.. — -^trienubea; VI, Sxg. — 
Atra YuJncra; VI, 760. — Atras te- 
nuiflsc faces juvat; II, 3oi. — Atris 
ignibus xnanus inseruisse jurat; ib, 
399. — ignibus moenia rapturus; III, 
98. — ^^nubibus excussa fulgura;t6. 409. 

Athamas altis silyis dispcrsus; III , 
188. 

AthencB (Fhilippo) victae ; X, 29. — 
veleres fama; V, 5a. — AUienas to- 
ţas delectus exhausit; III, 181. 

Athon in medium vela deferret; 
U, 677. 

Atlanteus Oceanus; V, 698. 

Atlanlis cadens Olympoj V, 4* — 
Atlantide silva; X, i44* 

Atlas Gadibus yiciuus; IV, 67a. — 
Atlanta Titana dedit in cautes; IX, 
655u — r summum Tethys undis imple- 
vit ; 1 , 555. 

Atria lustrat; X, 460. — non am- 
pla Catonis pulsat; II, a38. — vestit 
ebur; X, 119. 

Atrox^ VIII , 599. — insut; II, 658. 

Attalicai vestes; II, 357. 

AUir (Tarbellorum in Aquitania 
fluyius) : Aturi ripâs -tenet; I, fyxo. 

Auctor cxlum; V, 579. — dixit se- 
mel; IX , 575. — cidiarae; ib, 661. — 
dadis; VIU, 18. -- fati; ib. 6a8. — 
furoris;.X, 539. — petendae pacis; IV, 
338. — tanti» dadibus Foenus non crit 



AUD 



U7 



I, 3o. — Romani eloquii Cicei-o; VII, 
6a. — ruin»; IX, 139. -— salutia ; 

IV, 4oo. — sceptrorum ; VIII, 573.— 
Auctorem suum bcllum trahit; IV, 
739. T^ Auetore nullo malorum , ti- 
ment; I, 4^^* — quo belluni move- 
rent; X, 470. — senatu; V, 56 — 
Auctores seditionis; V, 359. — Au^ 
ctoribus v<^>is umbr» Erebi sedei pe- 
tont; 1 , 454* 

Auctus : auctum corporis non te- 
net; IX, 797. — Auctus suos co- 
arctat; X, 217. 

Audax aplustre Graium retentat ; 
UI, 586. — Curio; IV, 583. — ve- 
nali lingua Curio ; 1 , 369. — juventus 
erupit; III, 499* "^ ''^^ timuit; X, 
449* ~~ metator veniam Hesperios im 
agros; I, 38a. — spondere casusmeus; 
VII , a46. — siruit; X, 344- — turba; 

V, 259. -r- virlus; IX, ^o^.—^Audaci 
coepto desislere; IU, i44* "" margine 
protulit se; X, 487. — Audaces feras 
media posuisse cubilia Boma; 1 , 56o. 

— ruere in certamina ; ib, 474* 
Audăre hoc vetat jus; V, a89. — - 

Audes inseruisse manus; VIU, 55a. 

— Audet con vicia in Superos; IX, 
187. —f aliere; ib. io6a. — commit- 
tere; ib. 37a. — negax'e; ib. io46. — 
Audent spectare; ib. 1108^ — venire; 
VUI , 3o I . — Audebunt verba solvere 
somnum; VI, 769. — Aude; X, 396. 

— Audeat ne quid undis Sicoris; IV, 
14 1. — quidquam; VIU, 766. — Au- 
deret permittere; VII, 864. — pietas 
humana Jovi votis prodesse; IU , 3 1 7 . 

— sâgna spargere; IX, 749^ •— Au~ 
dendi majora vires fidem fecere; I, 
467 . — Audendo tegitur timor; IV, 
70a. — Audenda vix famulis ; V, 509. 

— Ausus adtollere; X, a88. — Curio 
liber tatem tueri; I, 271. -r^ de puppe 
carins injectare manum; IU, 610. — 
committere; VIU, aSo. — damnare ; 
ib. 483. — ferre; ib, 718. — multum 
pontibus; II, 673. — palam limuisse ; 
1, a58. — prîBcludere; IX, 39. — ra- 
ptambipenncm libraic; UI; 4^4* "^ 



ii8 



AUF 



Untiiiii tcdemm; X, 477- — Ausa 
ett Fortima in partes; lY, 4o3. — est 
î^rentiu fidem senrare^ UI, 3oi. — 
io^iSi^uIa^ X, a8^. -— nil fortiter 
mditio; V, Saa. -^ qoid plus foret ; 
X, 414. — paUj Vni, 383. — AusQ 
leget perruinpere milite j 1 , 3aa. -^ 
Ausi Aryemi Latio se fingerefratres^ 
I, 437* ^"^Pl^^i™^*^^ Tocem ngnare fi^ 
guris; in, aao. — ingeotia ; YI, 796. 

— mdcDtes vela negare; IX, 3a5. — 
tradere busto ; ib. 8o3. — Ausee tub» 
dare signa; VII, 477- 

Audire carmen^ YI, 5a8. — lo- 
qoentem; ih' 661. -^ coetus silentum^ 
ih, 5i3. — AudUseţ Y, 747. ^•^Au'^ 
dtf nefast IX, 127. — ^uJ/'f pontus; 
ib. 349* — virus tardius j ih. 93a. — 
Audiuit Curia secreta rerum; "V^? iţ* 

— Audivere carinx manum; III, 594. 
r^Audierat payens^ II, 81* — Au^- 
4ft'a( umbra Yoces; IX, 1095. ^^ jiu- 
dUiet talia ; ib, 146. -— Audiem in 
<|ueiii tua olassica civis meus non est ; 
I, 374. — Audior Deis; Y, 779. •— 
Audiri non potuere tub»; UI, 54a. 
-^Audiius victor; YIII, 36 1. — Au" 
dito bdlorum murmure desereris; I, 
629. — Caesaris nomine conyersas; II, 
465. — funere ; IX,, 167. — Audita 
magn» per avia voces; I, 670. —-^u- 
dita sunt Jub» prxlia ; lY, 7 16. 

Auditu hocdigniorX, i83.—- bor- 
ruit; YIII, 34a. 

Anferre belii preemia; Y, 33i. — 
boc; YHI, 63 1. — omen collibus; 
lY, 664. — tyranno Libyam; ib. 691. 
*— Anftrt a beWo sonipes; YII, 678. 

— se Oceanus refugis fluctibus; 1, 4^ '* 
-~ tibi nomen Hiberus; lY, a3. — 
Ahstuiit artuB; IX, i44'~*~ ad umbras; 
ib. ia5. — campos eques; lY, a63. — 
Hammon nemus ; IX, 5a5. — bas aes- 
tns; ib, 333. •— bosti excurwts; X, 
Si 3. — ictus rostris; III, 708. — Ju- 
lia ad manes sanguinis pignora; I, 1 1 3. 
■«— nomei) pelago; IX, 966. — nox 
Gxlum; YIII, 58. — ossa rogus; IX , 
784 pretium arboribus; ib. 365. ^— 



AUR 

ruinas fortuna; YII, 5o5. >^* secum 
fragmenta ; IX , 33 . — imperiom oe^ 
curo; X, 44* ~~" sideribus tîas; VI, 
413. — Abstulimus terras; Vii, 97. 
•— Abstulerat ministros; VIII , 207. 
r— Aufer ab adspectu; IX, 1064. *^* 
Auferrem Toces;lX, loo.-^ Aufer- 
ret cineres aura ; VIII , 790. -^locmii 
fortuna; VI , i4i* -^ Aufertur fj^ari». 
metis Herculets; HI, ^'jS, ^^ AbliUMu 
gentibus orbis; IX, 856. ^^ in almmij 

VIII , 6] I . — AbUais aquis non de- 
cresceret squor ; Y, 338. 

Aufidus verberat nndas Hadriac^t; 
11,407. 

Auget stîmslos equea; VII, i43. 
rr' Auxit furores ; X , 6a. — Auxe^ 
rect undas tertia C^iotbia; I, 217. -^ 
Augere dades ; IV, 195. — Au^ri 
▼etitus dolor; VIII, 8a. — - Aueta 
lues turba cadentum; VI, 10 1. 

Augur; VII, 19a. — peritus; ib. 
ao3. — doctus Yolucres serFare; I, 
60 1 . — Augure surdo tonal; Y, 395. 

Augustius aris yictoris saxum; VIU, 
861. 

Aula clausa ; X , 5o4. *— ■ epnlis di»- 
tricta ; ib. 43a. — manibus babitata ; 
ih. 73. — pa vida; VIII, 473. — Pel- 
laea; X, 55. — tota; ib. ii6.-^ Aulce 
clausis foribus; ib. 44^* "* ^"'^'^^ > 
Vm , 339.— -veterîsspem; VIII, 4^1* 
— Aula pius exeat; VIII , 494* "^ ^ 
aula Fisaea Gnecia tot laceros artus 
flevit; II, i65. 

Aulis iniqua classibus; V, a36. 

Aulus infelix ; VI , a36. — Aulum 
signiferum juvenem dipsas momordit ; 

IX, 737, etc. 

Aura levis; VIII, 789. — • eraimit; 

X, 166. — 8tbilet;n, ^^.^^Aurce 
noctumae editor Samus; II, 4^* *" 
Aura! non letiferae; VI, 5aa. — ţ>eri- 
turse; Y, 4^*9» — placidae; IX, 4i* "^ 
vanae; IV, 76a. — in auras ire; VII, 
816. — se solvit; IX, 45l. — Auria 
non ullis frondem prsbentibuş; III, 
410. -— popularibus totus impeUi ; I , 
l3a. — • silentibus; ib. 579. 



AUS 

Aurato fiilgore nitidi^ IX, ^a8. 

Aurea silva ^ IX, 36o. 

Aurts Calicolum; YI, 44^' '~~ ^u* 
r» j Xy io4* — Caesaris Ixte accipient; 
II, 373. — utfurei amputat; II, x83. 
— subrigit ; IV, 763. — Terberet 
tuba; VII, 35. •— Yocari votis adsue- 
tâs ululatibui feriunt; II, 33. — Au~ 
ribus inccrtum stridere, YI, 623. 

Aunferis a metallis Pactolou eiire 
passa tellus; IU, 309. 

Aurorce motus ; IV, 734. — pro- 
missa dies; VIII, 779. 

Aurum Cxsaris; IV, 820. — craa- 
suin 'y X, 1 13. — Deorum; VIII, iQi. 
-— fluens; ih, 247. — e gentibus rap-, 
turn; VII, 741. — Romanum ; IX ," 
521. — Auri cupido; VII, 747. — 
nescit amor morteni timere ; III , 1 19. 
•— Asturii scrutător ; IV, 298. — Auro 
tectisve doo modus; I, i63. — Aurum 
Hiber fodit; VII, 755. — fregitmo- 
netaj VI, ^ot\. — Auro bibuot; IV, 
38o. — captus; X, 18. — epulas in- 
fudere;i6. i55. — excoquitur; IX, 
424* — impressae exsuviae; ib. 176. — 
sepultus; Vm, 859. — - plumata uitet; 
X, 225. — posili; IX, 10. — ligatas 
comas substringens Arimaspe ; IU , 
a8o. — prolato non deest Teoditor; 
IV, 97. •— picto vestes discriminat ; 
U, 357.' — te regi non yeudidit Fa- 
l>ricius; III, 160. 

Ausis nos deterreat; X , 375. 

Ausonia^ V, 497 : VI, 319. — Au" 
sonicB secnrus; V, 388.-- Ausoniam 
respicit libertas; VU, 436. — trans- 
ferre manes; VIU, 845. — Ausonia 
urbs; VU, 33. — orajV, 378.— Aw 
sonium aequor ; IX , 42. — Ausoniis 
ab colonis Gallica arra disterminat y 
I, 216. — tropeeis spolianda Babylon j 
I, II. 

Ausonidcf ,* IX, 999. 

Auspice Bruto contenţi; U, 371. 

Auspida patriae ; IX , 22 . — Auspi- 
cUs Ganymedis eunt in arma; X, 53i. 
«— patemis bella gerit; II , 4^4* 

Attsuri Vni,442, 46i. -p Cala- 



AVE 119 

ber; V, 379. — calidus; IX, 781 : X , 
222. — furens in regna ana; IX, 32}. 

— mollis; VII, 833. — obniziu; IX, 
334. — rabidus ; VI, 27* •— frenmit ; 

IX , 320. — mare possidei; U, 454* 
-— spoliaverat populos; IX, 479* **- 
turbidus nubila impulerat;l, d34* -*- 
turbidus reppulit sequor; I, 49B. — 
▼elis codentibus dassem pr(^>aHt ţ 
IU , 1. — Austri adyerst calidus po- 
lus qua vergitur; I, 54< — - AuMtntm 
litore excipit; IX, 44^* '^in austnun 
deyexns aether; IU , 25o. — super au* 
strum jacens; VIU , 164. — Austri fe- 
rales; iB. 847* -^ Austris cessantibus 
ubere glebx superat; IU, 68. -^ pa- 
cern tenentibtts jacuit iB«re; ih, 523. 

Australe cxlum; VIU, x8a. 
Aut, aut^ VII, i'io. 
Autololes ,• IV, 679. 
Autumnus: iu aiimumum dtclinet; 

X, 236. 

Auxiliare numen ; VI , 524* 
Auxilium casae; V, 523.-— domus; 
X, 1 19. — parentis; IV, 645. — pu- 
dendum; VUI, 391. — remorum ; ih, 
56i. — serum ; IX, 891. — urbis; 
X, 5o5. •— Tulneris; VUI, 334» — 
Don utile clausis; IV, 269. — Auxilii 
nLlrestat;X, 367. — Auxilium îe^ 
cere famem; IV, 3o8. — tulit; IX, 
665. — ad auxilium puppis concnrrit 
pars naufraga;IU, 6&S.—^AuxiUo hoc 
levior.; IX , 939. — cadendi usa; IV, 
607. — Auxilia regum; VU, 548. 

— Auxiliis libera ostia; X, 5i4* 
Auximon pulsarunt admotae alae; 

II , 466. 

Awehit sonipes; VU, 723. — Afecta 
Isis;IX, 363. 

Avello : avulsit quem mânu; IX , 
765. — rudentes. turbo; V, 594- — 
Avellitur uncus spissis arenis ; U, 694. 

— Avulsus Lycidas scinditur; lU^ 
638. — Avulsa cervix; VIU-, 12. — 
AvulsoB cecidere manus; U, i8x. — 
Avulsas rount expulso remige şedea ; 
IU, 673. -^ Ayulsa metaiiii eaxa; 

VI, 34. 



130 



AXI 



Aveo : avei cingere inopes undx 
C«s»r ; IV, a65. — «cire ; VII , 84. 

Aifemum Stygiiim;IX, 986. 

Averrtre cioeres; VI , 585. 

AverUre Baccbum N jsa \ 1 , 65. — 
fktonim curspt^ V, ^a, — femim ; 
VI, aSo. — ▼isusj Vin, 591. — 
Avtrtit oculos; IX, io36. — • ratem 
dextra magistri; III, 599. -— Avertel 
qiiem saxum ^ VIII, 857. — Averte 
knlmam officiis; VIII, 763. — - Avtr- 
tite bellum civile; II, 53. — crimen ; 
X, 341* — Avertat diri mala semina 
belii; III, a5o. — Awertant hoc fata; 
X, loi. — Awerdtur f IX, 329. — 
Avenus maritus; V, 736. — meatus; 
IX , 668. — Perseiis ; ib. 676. — 
Aversa frops; ib. 634. — Aversum 
numeu; VI, 3i4' — - A veni austri ca- 
lidus polus qua Tergitur^ I, 54 • — 
poli; Vin, 337. — Aversis fontibus 
haufttus undarum quxrere; III, 345. 

Avide desaevit; VI, 54o. — petitae 
rates; IV, 445. — sorbere; VII , 843. 

Avidus pensar e ; IX , x 00 1 . — pre> 
«ter; ib. 733. — Avida belii mens; 
VI, 29. — Avidum confundere; ib. 
696. — - Avidum in tempora foenus et 
vorax uşura ; I, 181 . — Avidi soli sta- 
gna depositum. Fortuna, tuum texere ; 
II, 71. — aquarum Siphones; VII, 
i56. — spectare; VI, 167. — Avidce 
cigres; ib, 487. — Tolucresj IX, i4i. 

Avis:aves Ixtaejurantur; V, 396. — 
Aves Nilo Bistonias conunittere ţ III , 
Qoo. — - prodere ; VI , 4^8. 

Avitus hospeş; IX , 1028. — * Avita 
tecta; VII, 4o3. 

Avius Hydrus; V, 375. — A via 
Lesbos; VIII , 640. — per avia magnae 
Toces audilae; 1 , 569. 

Avocat numen cura; VI, 44^* 

Avorum parcorum mores seryastis ; 
in , 1 6 1 .— solum ; IV, 690. — tituli ; 

VIII , 73. 

Axis arduus; V, 632. — Cancri; 
IV, 333. — geminusj VII, 4^^* — 
inocciduus; VIII, 175. — imistusj 

IX, 852. — mcdius } X, 260, 287. 



BAR 

i— vaporibus clausus 5 V, 24. ■— utcr- 
que; IX, 542. — onus sentiet; I j 57- 
-— cognitus mibimedius calidaiEgypr 
to; II, 586. ^^Axem concussittem; 
IX , 84x . — ad oxemHesperium mundi 
properemns; IU , 359. — sub medium 
Borea nubes cogente; ib. 69. — Axe 
in medio Fboebus est; ib. 423. — in 
suo Eurus nubes invenit ; IV, 62. — - 
Axes adversi ; IX , 876. — - astriferi ; 
ib. 5. — rapidi ; VI , 4^» — Axis 
obliquos Helice Terteret; U, 237. — 
Axibus stellatif agger erigitur ; IU , 
455. 

B. 

Babylon superba spolianda foret 
tropais ; I, 10. — muris superba; 
VIU, 299, 426. — Persea; VI, 449. 
— tuta; VIII, 225. — Bcdfylone sua 
cecidit ( Alexander ) ; X , 4^. 

Babylonia moenia fragili testa cir- 
cumdata; VI, 5o, 

Bacchce ( in Pamaso ) refemnt trie- 
terica; V, 74* 

Bacchatur demens; V, 196. 

Bacchus nobilis; IV, 379. ^ — pcr- 
mixtus; ib. 198. — Bacchum enecat 
puiveţe ; IX , 433. — fîindere coeperat; 
1 , 609. — F Nysa ayertere ; ib. 65. — 
Baccho modum imposuit; X, 172. 

Bactra^ VIU, 423. — Medorum 
sedes ; ib. 299. 

Bactros populos includit gurgite; 
IU, 267. 

Bcetis Hesperius ; U , 589. 

Bagrada lentus sulcator arenx ; 
IV, 588. 

Balearis tortor babenx Lygdamus ; 
IU, 710. — verbere fundae ocior; 
I, 229. 

Ballista; VI, 200. — lacertis vali- 
dis torta ; II , 686. — Ballistce tenso 
turbine rapta lancea; UI, 465. 

i?a/«a/77a peregrina; IX, 916. 

Balteus adstrinxit amictus ; II, 36? . 

Barbam mcestam genis increscere 
passus erat; II, 876. 

Barbaricus lectus; VUI, 4'** — 



BEL 

Barharica lampas; Y, 134. — Barba- 
rico vix consummata veneno praeira ; 
I, 337. — - Barba/icos ritus Druidae 
repetistis; I, 45o. — Barbaricce ca- 
terras^ VII, 627. — Barbarioas Ca- 
•aris alas discurrere; I, 476. 

Barbaries mixtae turbx dissona; 

VII, 27a. — subactej Vni, 81a. 
Barbarus Araxes sub juga isset j I , 

ag. — hosds; IV, 319. •— quisquam; 
Vn, «8a. — Barbara Colchis; X, 
4^. — " Coiie perdit aquas Sarmaticas; 
in, aoo. — Memphis^ VIII, 54a. — 
Rbeni turba me telis petat; II, 309. 
— Syrtis} IX, 440. — teUus; VHI , 
39a. — Syrtisj X, 477- — Veuus; 

VIII, 397. — Barbara foedera^ ib, 
3ii. — sacra,* ib. 338. — regua; IX, 
a36. — pectora; VH, 536. — rita 
«acra Deum; III, 4o3. 

Bardi plurima carmioa securi fu- 
4istis; 1 , 449. 

Basiliscus ; IX, 7a6, 8a8. 

Basilus dux; IV, 4^6. 

Bataui tnices^I, 4^i- 

Beatus satis; VIII, «43. — Beata 
fiox; VII, a8. — Beali cives; IV, 
807. — Beatce gentes; IX , 5i 7. 

Bel ga do^cilis rector monstrati co- 
cini; I, 4^6. 

Bellantem geniinis teouit te Gallia 
lustris; I, a83. — r- Bellantibus terra 

similem usum praebere; III, SSy. 

BeUax gens, IV, 4o6. 

Bellica clades iait tot juvenes simul 
occumbere^ [I, aoo. 

BelUger sooipes; VI, 84. — Belli- 
geri Janilimina pax compescatj I^ 6a. 

Bellona quatiens flageliuni j VII , 
568. — saeva quos movet sectis lacer- 
tis ; 1 , 565. 

Bellua Libycae terrae; VI , 307. — 
ponţi; Vin, 764. 

Bellum Deorura; IX, 657. — hu- 
mani gencris; Vil, 7a. — sxvum; 
X , 4o^' — civile vix ducibus sepul- 
cra praestat ; IX, a35. — fugax ; VIII, 
38o. — meum ; ib. 84- — civile fides , 
et scelus estţ IX , a48. — nec crimen 



BEL 



121 



nec gloria Pompeii ; VII , 1 1 a . — fnic- 
tus retenti regni j IV, 693. — multis 
utilezi, i8a. — peractum est; IX, 
4a8. — sine hoste est j 1 , 68a. — per- 
fuderat agros ; VII , 546. — stetit 
aequore tecto; III, 566. — raptum 
fuga; rV, i63. — hoc limite luereat ; 

II , 487. — premit; X , 479. — vădit 
per secreta; IX, 863. — omne dedit 
tibi gentes; VII, ^11, -^ Belii acta; 
IX, 394* —amor; ib, aa8. — Arctoi 
tcmpore non visam urbem consplcit ; 

III, 89. — cmsus anceps erat; ib. 753. 
•— contagia dira fugant ; ib, 369. — 
daţi casus; IX, 553. — decreta Con- 
sulibus mandat senatus; I, 488. -— 
discrimina; VIII, 389. — diri semina 
avertat; III, i5o. — faces menti ad- 
dunt ; I, a6a. — facies pompa praemit- 
tere; III, 76. — formido; X, 536. — 
futuri sola mora Grassus medius erat ; 

I, 100. — labor; VII,»93. — latus ; 
ib. 5a3. — machina; X, 481. — ma- 
nifesta signa mundus dedit; II, i. -— 
roanus ; VII , 268. — medii robur ; VII, 
aai. — moras soWit; I, ao4. — ne- 
fandi si tibi tantus amor; I, ax. — hoc 
ordine ibitur; II, aa3. — in omnia 
flagrantis cursum tenuit ; III , 390. — 
omnis fortuna se tibi ingeret ; II , 264. 

— pabula; VII, 8a5. — pelagique la- 
bores'; IX, 10 16. — praemia his red- 
dantur; I, 34 1. — prxsagia; VII, 33 x. 

— pretium; ib. 75o. — primos tumul- 
tus visura dies; I, a33. — properantis 
nuntia fama; 1, 47i> '—■publica semina 
populos mersere; I, i58. — ruentis 
terrore cessurx; II, 449* — Sarma- 
tici jejunia equo solvens;III, a8a. — 
sedes placuit; II, 394. — totius vul- 
nera medius excipiam; ib. 3x X. — vin* 
dicta ; IX, io54* — ultima ; VII, 507. 

— voces; ib. 175. — Btllo parabant 
Ematbiam; VI , 33a. — Bellum clas- 
sica dent; IV, 186. — civile avertite; 

II, 53. — commisit lancea; VII, 47a. 

— consere; III, 36o. — differret; i6. 
5a. — excludi sinas admisso Caesare ; 
ib, 33a. — fataque ferre videi ; I , 



laa 



BEL 



39a. — feret cpiies; VII , 27. — fulu- 
rum animo ceperat^I, 184* '— habes j 
Illy x33. — moTere ducibus permis- 
sum est; I, 1 19. — per squora spar- 
gat ; II, 68a. — nullo sanguine frâu- 
demuSy II, 3o5. — victis civile dedi- 
stis; I, 108. — quam bellum, nihil tu- 
tins esse discetis: III, 37a. — in bel- 
ium fugitur j 1 , 5o4- — prono tantum 
addidit irae ; ib. aga. — Belio civili 
yincere miserum est ^ 1 , 366. — civili 
meditatus Leucada^Y, 479* — ^^^ 
dedit aer; IV, 48. ■— moras permit- 
tere; VII, 338. — judice utendum est; 
I, aa7. ~- navali plurima ensis agit; 
III , 569. ^- vicino vires dat Graecia ; 
ib, 171. — peremptae animae;I, 44?* 
-*- priori intacta silva; UI, 4^7* — 
DOn yincere pudor ; I, i45. — reddere 
acies; VI, 634. — optimat VII, ai8. 
•— in isto ne quid patiaris; VI, 3a8. 
— • servatum mare jacuit; III, 5a4. — 
siluere coactx leges; I, 377. — succe- 
dere equitem jubet^ IV, 44* — ^^ 1^" 
fora tracto ; II , 7 1 a. -— obstante; VII, 
65 X. — Bel la Alpina; VIII, 808. — 
civilia; VII, a4i , 5a6, 54a : VUI, 
547 : IX , ao, 37. — bene merentur ; 
VI, 718. — savorum gigantum ; 1 , 36. 
«— fkcicnt te nocentem; II, aSg. — 
nullos habiitura triumpho8;I, ia. — 
irae privat*^ IV, 688. — obvia mu- 
nere fatoi*um praebeutur; III , 36i. — 
prospera; IV, 387. — peraguntur im- 
piain senatu; I, 691. -— Punica cen- 
sum dederant; III, i57. — Punica 
semper dolis infecta; IV, 737. — ser- 
vilia sub ardenţi iEtna ; I, 43. — tibi 
per se placeut ; II, a56. — Bellorum 
per omnes casus; III, 719. — culpa ; 
VIII, 647. — cursus ; X, 5o8. — 
merces Boma; II, aa7, 655. — mur- 
mure audito; I, 519. — nubes; IV, 
488. — socii ; 1 , 399. — tumuitu con- 
cutitur; Uf. 3o3. — Bellis civilibus 
quam multum liceat ; VII , 554- — Hac 
iter est; I, a57. — iratus; VII, 65. 
— navalibus stabllis area; III, 5i3. 
— - Bella «auimus; 1 , 1. — civilia mo- 



BIB 

veri; II , 6a. — nox peraget;X, Sgi. 

— pati et ger ere; VII, 5oa. — suin- 
mum nefas fatemur; II , a86. — ne- 
fanda parat; I, 3a5. — Ronţana ignotK 
gentes sequentur; II, agS. — ^ gentibiu 
dare ; IX , 95. — geri )ussit ; III , 455. 

— petentes viri querelas eflîmdunt ; 

II, 43. — seresper ortus; II , 643. •— 
trahenti; VII, 396. — trahi; 16.57. 

— te gerente in mediaş acies veoiam ; 

III, 3o. — zd bella vocaret;I, 387. 

— ipse vocaret ; II , ^'j6. — * rates 
duxit Cynosura; III, ax8. -— in bella 
junctis carinis; X, 49^* **" 8^C[uatae 
Grassum dirae ; III , i a6. — togatx 
partes veniant; 1 , 3ia. — - trahens to- 
tos penates ; II , 739. — venire ; VIU, 
3oi. — vocante fato; II, 35i. —per 
bella Cornelia signis tuis luereat; HI, 
a4. — post bella quo se senectus con- 
feret; I, 343. — Bellis arcereCaycos 
crinigeros; I, 463. — cedere; VH, 
698. — tot me fecit Gallia testem ; ib. 
387. — lustrales animae ; V, 786. — 
in extei*nis communia fata tnlisse ; 
m , 3o8. 

Bene commissa ; VII , 5a7. «— dare; 

IV, aa7. — dirigere; VIII, 170. — 
merentur de vobis; VI, 718. — me- 
rita terra; VIII, ia5. — nota juven- 
tns; V, 49^' '" nudi cineres; IX, 64* 

— rapta mors; ib, io58. — seqautam 
se sciat; ib, a8i. 

Benignus justis Deus; V, 106. 
Berenicida ardentem separat; IX, 
5a4. 

Bessus : Bessi migrantis orbita ; 

V, 44'- 

• Biblos flumineas contexere noverat; 
m, aaa. 

Bibo : bibit Oceanum; IV, 81.— 
Araxen; VII, 188. — Nilum de foQte; 
X, 379. — Bibunt auro; IV, 38o. — 
tenera ab arundine succos; III, 337. 

— Bibas qui ; IX, 509. — Bibat dum 
lixa; ib, 5g^. — Bibisset Nilum a fonte; 
X, 4o. — Bibens Nilum; IX, 75a. 

— BibenUm viderit; ih. 398. — Bi- 
benles Euphraten populi; VIU, ai 3. 



BOR 

Bihula pap jro cymba conseritur ; 
IV, i36. 

Biformem populum meotita Pholoe^ 
m, 198. 

Bigas per orbem agitare indignata 
Phoebe; I, 78. 

BimarU antus; YIII, 566. 

Bipennem raptam aiuus librare ; 

m, 433. 

Biremis non longa; "VIII, 5Qi^, — 
panra;X,56. ' 

BUj IX, 940. — terque; V, 5 19. 

Bistonas agitans Mavors ; VII, 669. 

Bistonius turbo ; IV, 767. ^- Bi- 

«fORiVtjranni stabulis penderej II, i63. 

-^Bistonii lupi ; VII, 8a6. — BUto- 

nias ayes Nilo committere^ III, 200. 

Biiurix amotoboste gaudet;!, 4^3. 

Blânda belii fortuna; IV, 711. — 

forma; VI, 459. — tnora; V, 73a. — 

J9/anc/umos; VI, 488. 

Btxbeis : per Boeheida Ossxam \ 
VII, 176. 

Boebrycitts vomerj VI , 38a. 
Boeoti coiere duces;III, 174. 
Bonum Germanum; VII, 4^5. — 
Bono nulii £ccunda ; IX , 696. — Bona 
▼era ; ib. 694. — Bonorum finis; VIU, 
•29. ^- fine; VII, 19. — Bonis suiş 
contenta; VIII, 446. 

Bonus in commune; II, 390. — * so- 
cer; IX, io38. •'- Bona libertas; IX, 
1x08. — spesTictis partibus esto; II, 
5l3. '—Bono an noceat vis; IX, 569. 
Bootes medius; X, 298. — velox 
ibi Încet ezigua nocte; III, a5l. -— 
BooUs flexi languentîa' plaustra ; II , 
7aa. 

Boreas Dalmaticus ; V , 379. — 
primus in Epirum agat; II, 646. — 
Tbracius; I, 389. — non in illismon- 
tibns;X, aai. — spoliaveratpopulos; 
IX, 480. — yix ioverteret omos; VI, 
390. — j^ore^slatus; IX, 418. — Bo- 
rcan excluşit Cjntbia; IV, 61. — in- 
surgere calo; V, 7o5. — timens stella; 
VIII, i83. — in Borean is rectus; X, 
289. — Bprea carinas urgente; IX, 
37 nubes cogente; 111,69. — po- 



BRU 



ia3 



sito jacuit mare; ib, 5a3. — in Borea 
jacet; Vm,8i3. 

Bosporos ; VIII, 178. — iners ad- 
•tringens undas ; V, 436. 

Bracois laxis Vangiones imitantur 
tG , Sarmata ; 1 , 43o. 

Brachia Cancri ; X , a59. — ca- 
strorum; IV, a66. — - cruda terra ex- 
stmxit; III, 387. -~ famularum ad 
planctus exigit; II, a4* ~~ linquentes 
pendentia puppe; III, 667. — mem- 
bris injecit; IV, 640. «— super hosti- 
lesremos jeccrunt^ HI, 7o5. — vasto 
jactare profundo; ib, 65 1. 

Breuia : brevibus impactum mare ; 
IX, 338. 

Brevis Tila; IV, 478» — umbra; 
IX, 53o. — unda; ib. 317. — Breve 
dedecus aevi raeruisse ; II, 117. — • 
Brevior murus ; VI , a88. ^- Bre^ 
vior aqna ; IX , 967 . 

Briareus gloria terrarum; IV, 696. 

Brilanni Caledonii; VI , 68. — Bri- 
tannis flavis mixta Gallia; III, 78. — 
terga territa ostendit^II, 57a. 

Bromiitsf V, 73. — Broinio vacant 
jnga; VIII, 801. 

Bruma aliena; X, 299. — nires 
spargit; V, 4» "— pellit grues; ib. 711. 
— pigro geln bsrens; IV, 5o. — nget; 
YI^ 4^8. — rigebat; IX, 874. — tem- 
pcret viam ; iĂ. 377. — rigens pon- 
tum adstringit; I, 17* 

Brumales hora ; VI, 333. — Tenti ; 

V, 407.' 

Brundusium^ V, 374. — curvum ; 
ib. 4o6. — Brundusii concedit in ar- 
ces; II, 609. 

Brvtvs [Junius ) primus consul, 
auctor libertatis^ VII, 44o» — */^"* 
animajingitur lăstari ob Brutum, suce 
gcntiSyfuturum percussorem CcBsaris^ 
VI, 791. — cum mortuum matronas 
Rom, per annum integrum luxere^ 

FII, 39. • 

Brvtvs (^Decimus) olassiCassa- 
rianasad Massiliam prcefectus ^ III , 
5i4 ^cqq. — primus vicioriam nava- 
hmauspiciis Ccesaris obtinuitj ib, 76a. 



ia4 



BYZ 



Brvtus ( Uf arcuş ) percussor Cos- 
saris ; VIII, 610 : IX , 17 : X, 34^. 

— in constematione publica magna- 
nimus^ II, a34> — CaU)nem[ ut cui 
dux Caio solus erii) consulii, quid 
sibi in bcllo civili agendum sit;ll, 
a36 et seqq, — exciUUur ab eo ad 
partes Pompai ; II , 3a5. — auspex 
secundi conjugii Marâa cum Cato^ 
ne j ib, 371. — ad eum in pralio 
Pharsalico satagentem digressio ; 
VII , 586 et seqq, 

Brvti ultores, vi^dices libertatis^ 
V, ao7: VII,44<;. 

Bubo trepidus; VI , 689. — Bubone 
sioistro ; V, 396. 

Buccina di vidat horas^ 11,689. 

Buceta Matini^ IX, i85. 

Bustum coraposilum^ VHI, 748. — 
exstinctum, IX, 61. — Graium^ ib. 
962. — memorandum^ V, a3i . — mi- 
serabile; VIU, 816.— cadet} ib, 868. 

— populi terra ; VII , 86a. — Busti 
muous^ VIII, 741. — notaj ib. 77a. 

— coDStructo aggere; II, 3oo. — sui 
robora ipse exstruitj ib, 157. — Bu- 
5tom moverc} VIII, Sag, 791. — tabe 
ioyem'yib. 778. — Busto condite collaj 

#IX, 1089. — cvolram; ib. i58. — 
inexpleto non faudapiaculaţ II, 176. 

— infodit animas} VI, 53o. •— nuUo 
contectus^IV, 810. — Phari^ arenae 
damnantur ^ II , 733. — prosiluit 'y 
IX, 3. — relicto fores irrupit; II, 
328. — tepido Cornelia innupsit^ III, 
a3. — traderej IX, ^oi.^—Busta ac 
tumuli; VI, 574* — rogusque desiot^ 
V, 670. — deşerta; VI , 5n. — ma- 
jorum^ VII , 855. — nuda ; VI, Sao. 

— parva , ac vilia; VIII , 393. — re- 
pleU fuga; II , i5a. — singula; VII , 
8o3. — nocebuut famae; VIII, 859. 

— surgunt; IX, 180. — BusUs cor- 
pora remittcre; IV, Syi. — virorum 
deesse; IX, i54. — Busta timehit -y 
VIII , 840. — tua feret sacerdos ; ib. 
85o. — e bustis descendilc; VI , 
8o8|. 

Jyz^iVTiOA^; IX, 958, 



CAD 



C. 

CaCVMEN eminuit; V, 75. — nu- 
bibus tectum yanescere cernit ^ III, 6. 

— Cacumine gemino surgit ignis; I, 
55x. — Cacumina ceXvk'y V, 6|6. — 
tenuata; ib, 548. 

Cadaver cădit ; VI , 8a3. •— lerat 
se tellure; ib, 755. — stetit; IV, 787, 

— crescens; IX, 8o4' — magna ex 
parte defunctum; III, 720, t:- nobi- 
lius rege; VI, 3o8. — r notum; VII, 
627. — patricium; ib. 598. — ; victu- 
rum; VI , 640. — ampleza ora yiri sui 
credidit; III, 769. — eripis; IX, 787. 

— Cadaueris defuncţi ora; VI, 6a i. 

— Cadavere motus aer; VII, 83o. — 
Cadawera campo redeunt; II, a 18. — 
campis projecta; VII, 565. -r- ceci- 
dere apud Sacri pqrtum; II, i34* 

— conserta puppes jungi prohibent ; 
III, 575. — ferro spoliant; ib, 675. 
-— fraterna agitant hune; VII, 775. 

— f ugere lectum; VI, 532. — pacis 
Sullauae lustrasse; II, 171. — pera- 
guntpartem caedis ; II, 2o5. — SuUana 
gurges Tyrrhenus recepit; II, a|o. — 
supra cadai^era patrum ire ; VU , 748. 

Cadmea Dirce ; UI , ; 75. 

Ceuimi semen ; IV, 549- -r- Yeni fu- 
nera tcstantes Encheliae; IU, 189. 

Cado^Yl, 160. — Cădit cada • 
▼er; ib, 823. — cruor in arma hostis ; 
VII , 626. — fi'ustrato pondere fer- 
nim; III, 58 1. — impetus; IV, 279. 

— ira; ib. 284* — incaelum nox; IX, 
693. — in haustus miles; IV, 3i i. — 
nix resoluta; IX, 782. — omne ne- 
mus in classem; I, 3o6. — Rubicon 
fonte modico; I, 21 3. — unda nigris 
fontibus; UI, 4x2. — serpens; VI, 
491. — tibi umbra; IX, 539. — vix 
refecta; V, 224. — undique sanguis 
ruptis venis; UI, 639. — Cadunt\u- 
venes; IV, 557. — in traustra ; III, 
543. -- membra; VU, 623. — mpr- 
les; ib. 517. — post teiga, (|uaB no- 



CAD 

cuenint; III, 478. — tela iu arces 
urbis j ib. 46a. -^ in domum ; X , 
479» — vel* inratem; V, 432. — vul- 
nera jaculato ferro ; III , 568. — Ce- 
cidi noD omnis^ VIII, 267. — Cecidit 
armis; ih. SSg. — arvi» Gurio; V, 4o. 

— Babylone sua^ X, 4^- — igni» -^t- 
ua in Hesperium latus; I, 647. — 
mare in locum puppis; III, 633. — 
Metannu in Ixyuxn latus; II, 4o5. -— 
rabies; X , 53o. — robur aevo victum^ 

III, 739. — TictimajIX, i3a. — tuI- 
gus in cibos pecudum; VI, iii. — - 
▼ulneribus; IV, 55 1. — Cecidere bra- 
chia a manibus suis^ III, 668. •— ca- 
darera apud Sacri portuin; II, i34. 

— lacrims genis; III, ^33. ^- manus 
avnls»; II, 181. — Numaearma; IX, 
478.— perempti in ratibus suis^ UI, 
57a. — primi in fluviura^ II, aii. — 
Ceâderunt fratres in praemia fratrum ; 
II, i5i. — Cades huc, Antaee; IV, 
649. — Cadet bustum -, VIII , 868. — 
Cadas quam magnaRoraa; VII, 4i9< 

— Cadat cum qua gente; VIII, 5o5; 
— Roma me securo^ II, 297. — Ca- 
dant quo piJa ; VII , ^%l. — Caderes 
simili causa ; II, 554- — Cadens «ther 
in teiTas; VII, i36. — Oljmpo At- 
lantis ^ V, 4* — per transtra tarinae j 
IQ^ 731. •— silva robore se sustinuit; 
ib. 44^' ~~ Cadens atragem dat ful- 
men; I, 166. — Cadenti plăcui t tel- 
îus j VIII , 5 1 5. — Cadentem mundum 
Bpectare; II, 289. — CadeFHem Di- 
psatiu Tauro; VIII , 255. — Cadentes 
lacrimae; IX, io38. — Cadentia si- 
dera; V, 562. — tela pontum texe- 
runt; m, 546. — Cadenţam turbat 
VI, iod. ' — Casurus in hostem ferri j 

IV, ayo. — • Casura in tergum acies 
erigitur; ih. 39. — fatis ruina; VII, 
344* "^ quercus nutet sub primo Enro^ 
I,'i4i* — ' Casurum caput; VII, 119. 

— Casuros in quaelibet aequora fontes 
accipit^ II, 419* — Casuras nrbes in 
praelia moverat ; III , 1 70. — Casura 
snonim leto tela tenet ; ib. 6a x. — Ca- 
dendi auxilium; IV, 607. — Caden- 



CJED 



mS 



dum est in nube bellorum j IV, 488. 

— pavido 5 IX , 583. 

Ccecus casus; yif, 44^. — furor ; 
X, 146. — Marş; VII, III. — timor; 

VI , 297. — C€Bco trahis omnia cursn ; 
II, 567. — CcBca bellorum nubes^ IV, 
488. — consilii juventus ; X , 482. — 
fati mens hominum sit ; II , 14. -— nox; 
X, 5o6. — sors j V, 66. — Cceca te- 
lorum in nube; II, 262. — - bellorum 
in nocte; IV, 244. —mânu tela mit- 
tit; III, 72a. — Ccecum Tuhmt; V, 
787. — Caoi nimia cupidine; I, 67. 
— cupidine auri; VII, 747. — Ocflfc^ 
ib. 95. — casnt; VI, 598. — CiBca 
cavertix; V, 87, 642. — Cofca antra j 
IV, 458. 

Ccedes lacilis ; IX , 1027. — magna; 
ib. 282. — mann coufusa; X, 426. — 
monştri; IX, 663, — Pompeiana; X, 
35o. — sacra ; ib, 334 — secunda ; 
ib. 386. — suorumf ib. 281. — os- 
tensa placeret ; II , 192. ^- perdidit 
modum; VII, 532. — Ccedis altus cu- 
roulus; ib. 722. -^tabes; ih. 826. •— 
partem peragunt cadavera; II, 2061 

— primo in ictu diriguit; II, 77.—* 
Cctdem banc TÎdet; VIU, 632. -^ 
mereri; II, I08. -^ Cwde ferae men- 
tes ; 1 , 354. — * hac luatur } II , Sm^ — - 
multa rubentia Mxa; iJb, io3. — «ncm 
multa nocentem Martem agit; IV, 2. 
— nocentes manus; IX, 270. — Pom- 
peii nocentes ;X, 388. — - poUuta ag»^ 
mina; IV, 260. — spumau tea caterrae-^ 

VII, 699. — peracta; II, 2o3, 517. 
"— ia ccede nataref VII, 294. — pro 
cosde hac veuiam dări; IX, 1088. — 
Ccedes Tbeflsalic» ; VII, 448* — oriun- 
turj cA. 571. — Ccedes refugit; VI, 
556. -<- suas tela peragunt; III, 58ov 
•— in ecedes mitior ; VIII , 600. — CW« 
dibus satiata ii«; VH, 802. 

Cosdo : ccedere terga ; VII , 3i8. — 
pectora; IV, ^^.^^Ccedunt ense viam; 
ib. 43. — Lepidos; Vn, 583 — Ce- 
cidit terga nudata fuga; IV, 714» — 
dedat quis pectora £i*atris; VII, 626^. 

— Ccesi Cott» sanguine pollutus; I , 



laG 



C^S 



4^9. -^ fratris ora ; II , 169. — in y'itr 
cera tauri venere Dei^ I, 633. — 
Cijsso ioducta juvenco «alU^ lY» i3a. 
-— Ctesa caput; IX, 679. — male 
cervix^ X , 5 1 8. — pellex j VIU , xo4^ 
-— parentift cervix^ II, i5o. — Ccesi 
satia nemoris^ III, 4^* "" Cceso in 
toto corpore nil animae letale datam ; 
II, 178. — Casl ducea; VII, 749. — 
reges ; VI , 584* — Ccesorutn corpora; 
VI, G^. — Ccesis truncis exstantai 
mulacra; III, 4^3. — Ccfscs arbores; 

IX, 33a. — CcBsis ionectere yincula 
silvis; II, 670. — CoBsa corpora ti» 
dentia pessum; III, 6^5. r— Ccesorum 
armentorum cruor ; 1 , 3^9. 

Ccelestis, Ccelum et sim. vid. Coel, 

Ceerula rerrunt; III, 54^. 

Cceruleum aequor sanguine dÎTidit ; 
II, aao. 

CjESJR ab luio et Trojanis ortum 
trdhensj III^ Qi3. — qualis, €t cum 
Pompeio eoUatusj 1, i^^ei seqtf. — 
vetitus triumphare de GaUis ,* VII , 
a56. — » . annum ante oonfusum ad 
eam, qua hodie adhuc observaUir, 
formam redegit^ ÎL, 187. -^ bellum 
humani generis; VII, 73. — eihos^ 
tes deesse nooetj UI, 365. — timeri 
maindtt quam amari ^ ib. 8a. — dum 
plura vinoit triumphi veram jruUe- 
riam amittity ib. 79. — efus causa 
sedus dicta Lucano^ I> a« 667. — 
notatur ambitionis, crudeUtaUs et im- 
pietatis inpatriamf VU, 55 1 et seqq, 
T— prceceps, impaiiens quietis ^ II, 
65o.- — ejus fortuna ,• IX , a44' ^^ 
semper usus feliciter pngcipiti cursi^ 
bellorum; ÎL, 5o& — quare ipse stans, 
id est, moram trdhere coofitus , pro 
victorul reputatum Pompeianis ^ II, 
490. — ex CUopatra prolem suscepit^ 

X, 77. — in anima ejuspendens po- 
pulorum saUis^ V, 685. — a Cassio, 
et Bruto , allisque quibusdam Sena- 
torihus occisus ; VII, 4^^' %^> 7^^* 
-~ in numerum Deorumrelatus a Ro- 
manis, templaque et arce ipsi dicatasf 
Vm, 835, 864. — ut stellafulgue 



CyES 

visus , qua ipsius anima creditat 
VU, 4^8. — sedes ei in Inferno a 
Lucano adficta, P^l, 800. 

Lib. I. — jEmulus PompeUf i!)3. 
— •priorem ferre non potettj ia5. — • 
Bubioonem transit^ aao. -^ A/imi- 
num occupat^ a3i . ^ — ejus oratio nu- 
lites suos ad beUum ciuiU exhortan- 
tisj 399 et seqq, — in qua Pompeio 
exprobrat usurpatam potentiam et alia 
facinoraţ 3i4 ^ '^^* "* auxUia un- 
dique, et qucenam, evocat Ronuun 
petens ,* 3gS et seqq, — firmaiua ex«r- 
oitu per Italiam spargitxtff ^5G. 

Lib. II. — Gaudei sibi viasnfaeere 
occupanda Italice^ 4^ ^ *^1' "^ 
occupat Hetruriam^ ^6^,-^^Umbriami 
463. — jăuximon^ 4^* — EseuUunţ 
469. — Luceriam; 47^*~*~ Cor/mum 
obsidetj 478 et seqq* — quod ei cum 
Domiiio deditur; 507. — Domiiium 
inoolumem dimittitf 5i 1. — Brundu- 
sinum portum occludere conatur obs^ 
dendo Pompeio^ 660 et seqq. r* ad-' 
mitiiturpost abitum Pompeii a Brwt- 
dusinis.^ 704* 

Lib. IU. — Post Pompeii Brumdiir 
sio disoessum res suos varie ordinat f 
47 ct seqq, — - mittit Curionemin iSt- 
ciliam^ 59. — Valerium iu Sttrdi" 
niamf 64* — Bomam venit, iQusjque 
ad adspectum Bomas verbaf 91. — 
coni^ocat Senatum^ io3. -— cerarium 
spoiiare parans, a Meteilo tr, pi, im-* 
peditur^ iiS et seqq, -— e/us ad A^e- 
tellum verba^ i34 et seqq. — răpit 
omnem peciiniam publicam^ i53 et 
seqq, —^ Borna diseedit in Hispaniamţ 
298. — in itinere a MassiMensibu9 
non admittitur^ 3oi, 373. — eormm 
bellum deprecantium ad eum oratio f 
307. — ejus responjsio^ 358. — Mtu- 
siliam obsidetj 'S'jS. ^- lucum ad 
Massiliam abscindi jubetţ 4^^ ~* 
trepidantibus militibus ipse prteitf 
433. — morce impatiens, relicto ad 
qppugnaUonenX MassiUce Trebonio , 
in Hispaniam pergit ^ 4^3. — ,^uMad 
Maşsiliam nayţs ex rudibus arbori'» 



CJES 

bu8 confecUBf 5ia. — eceque graues 
et staUwias pugnce aptce ,* 556. — ejus 
classis in praslium progredientis se- 
riesf SoQ. — pugna navalis^ 538 et 
seqtjf, — iflctoria^ 76a. 

Lib . IV . — In Hispania hellum ge- 
Ht non quidem cruentum, sed magni 
momenti ; i. — castra local in colle 
vicino Pompeianis^ 17. — jubet col- 
lem occupari ,♦ 3a. — in eum prceoc- 
cupatum ab Afranianis finstra suos 
nilentes lasva circumdatos equitibus 
recipitf 44* — V** castra y ob inun- 
dationem Cingas et Sicoris et crebras 
pluvias, periclitantury 88. — - decres" 
cente inundattone jubet cymbcu con- 
ficere , Sicorim in rivos derivări , et 
pontem instruit i3o et seqq. — co- 
gnito Petreium et Jfranium Hilerda 
reoessisse , raplim trajecto Sicori, eos 
insetfuitur^ 148. — et prceuenit^ 168. 

— ejus milites cum Pompeianis con- 
feniunt , et jussu Peireii scelerate 
mulţi interficiuntur ^ 1^5 et seqq, — 
Pompeianos Hilerdani redire volen- 
tes equitalu suo prcevertit, et in siccis 
eollibus obsidet^ a6a. — deditis ignos- 
cit, et missionem oonceditj 363. 

Lib. V. — Ex Hispania redux mi" 
lites suos tumultuantes: invenii^ aSy. 
-~- qui missionem ab eo importune 
flagitant,' a6i etseqq, — iile eos in- 
trepide adit^ 3oi. — et adloquitur^ 
Zi^ et seqq, — păcătos, auctoribus 
seditionis securi percussis, Brundu- 
sium mittity' 374. — naves undique 
eo convenire jubet; 375. — ipse ad 
habenda comitia Romam tendit; 38 1. 

— Dictator et Consul creatur; 383. 

— comitia habetţ 39a. — Brundu- 
siumproficiscitur; 4^3. — Brundusio 
solttta classe primo maris tranquilli-' 
tate detinetur,' 43 1 et seqq. — post 
venti fortioris impulsu in Epirum 
adpellit; 4^5. — castra Pompeio vi- 
cina tul Apşum ftuvium locat; ^6i. 

— Antonium cum reliquis copiis 
Brundusiirelictum minis precibusque 
evocai; 47^' — e/i« quereloB in- tar- 



CMS ia7 

dantem Antonium ; /\Si. — tacite 
post primam vigiliam noctis e castris 
exitj ^gS. — nautam excitat, el petit ^ 
ut in lialiam ipsum vehat, 619. —* 
illo multum dissuadente; bSg.'-^sed 
tamen parente; 567. — tempestate 
autem coorta reuerti iterum suadenteţ 
568. — Ccesar contra nititur; 577. — 
tandem rejectus in terram ,- 57a. — 
in castra sua redit, et querelis .«no- 
rum excipitur; 679 et seqq. 

Lib. VL •— P ompeiumad pugnam 
elicere studet; 4* — quum hoc frustra , 
conatur Dyrrhachium ocoupare; ix. 
— frustra Pompeium magnis operibus 
circumuallat / 29 et seqq. — qutuntHs 
frumenti inopia summopere laborant; 
1 06. — animadverso Pompeium perru- 
pisse, castra ejus adoritur : et intrO' 
missus et obseptus, cum dade et peri- 
culo recedit; 378. — -i'ra Macedoniam^ 
aut potius Thessaliam , tendit ; 3i4* 

Lib. VII. — ProfecturusfrumenUt* 
tum, ubi videt Pompeium in aciem 
descendisse , lastus milites suos ad 
strenue dimicandum horlatur ; a35 
et seqq, — prcelium in campis Phar- 
salicis committit ; 385 et seqq. ^ CO' 
hortes transversim immittit in equiia- 
tum el levem armaturam Pompeii, 
unde consequuta victoria; 5^1 etseqq'» 

— Domitio morienti insultat; Q<^. — * 
milites suos ad castra Pompeii occu- 
panda hortatur, et ducit; 7a8 et seqq,. 

— spectris nocturnis agitatur; 777. — 
cassos acie Pharsalica kostes cremari 
non jubet; 798 etseqq. 

Lib. IX. — Post victoriam Pharsă» 
licam omnibus aliis omissis , primum 
habet Pompeium insequi; ^5o. -— in 
itinere visitat ruinas Trojee; ^i et 
seqq, •— aras diis Trojanis (^ut abiis^ 
genus trahens) exstruit , et prospero^ 
bellorum euentus m'at; 987 et' seqq, 

— septimo die ex quo a litore Tro- 
jano solvit, in ^gyplum adpellit^ 

1004. — oblato ipsi, missu regis^ 
PtolemcBi, capite Pompeii, illaerjr* 
mat ; et casUgato verbis ministro re-- 



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gio, capul honorifice cremari Jubet , 
etc. IO 35 etseqq. 

Lib. X. — Amore Cleopatrce deli- 
nitus^ *)i et seqq. — eam Ptolcmcso 
reconciliat^ io6. — cum Ptolemaeo 
et Cicopatra epulatur cum summo 
luxu et magnificentia ; 1 36 et seqq, — 
Achorea yEgypiium pet'contatur de 
aatrorum cursu , antiquitatibus ^gy- 
ptiis, etprcedpue deortu el cursu Nilij 
173 el seqq, — aduentanie cum co^ 
piis A chilia, in regia Alexandrince 
parte se munitj 44^* — obsessus re- 
gem Ptolemaeum nullibi ase dvnitlit^ 
461. — Polhino capul rescindi fubetf 
5i5. 

CjESJR comparatus leoni fi, 3o5. 
-f-fundw Baleari aut sagittce Par- 
ihicasf ib. 229. — equo in cerlamine 
Olfmpicof ib. 293. — Xerxij II , 
67a. — Bellonee el Marti ^ VII , 568. 

— Oresti et Pentheo ^ ib. 777. — fe- 
ras in cavea oonclusas, aut igni oavi- 
tate Mince subpresso ,* X , 44^ •"~'^*"' 

deoBj ib, 4^4 milites ejus timentes 

comparati JiabitanUbus sub yEtna^ 

VI, ^94' — medio in agniine con- 
spectus ^ 1 , 245. — ultima proviDcia 
Pompeio dabitur }1, 338. — remeabat 
doraitisHiberisj V, 237. — non dux, 
sed socius in civili bello ; ib, 390. — 
privata loqui indocilispb. 539. — Dio- 
taior et Consul fii ,• ib. 383 : ib. 667. 

— ad segetum raptus moturus sigDa ; 

VII , 235. —^ noD suffîcit armis no- 
gtris; ib. 366. — invisus 5 VIII , 88. — 
iiifestus ; ib. i45. — saevus; ib, l34, 
765. — crueatus^ IX, 16. — solus, 
qui yelit ac possit yiclis prxstare salu- 
tem^ ib. a47* — nefandus^ ib. 558. — 
ftoli iotentus genero ; ib. 95o. — la- 
crimal viso Pompeii capite^ ib. io38. 

— captivus 5 X, 65. — munere Pch 
tbini vixit; ib. 433. — defensor adest; 
ib, 488. — felix in bello fib. 507. — 
et Libertas erunt par ; VII , 696. — 
rabies populi^ ib, SS"], — potestas al- 
tora, quam Cxsarţ IX, 1078. — po- 
testas major; X, i36. — Ccesaris 



CAL 

annusţ ib. 187. — dies^ ib, 533. — > 
arma natant; IV, 88. — et superorum 
ira cxpensa; III, 439* — pectus du- 
rum; X, 71. — ad ora; ih. i45t — i» 
Ccesare sunt manes; VII , 776."^ — CtP- 
saribus vacet regnare ; IX , 90. 

Ccesareus cnior; X, 4^4* — •oa- 
tus; V, 4o. — Ccesarea domiis ; IV, 
8i3. — manusj V, 53i. — Cassarei 
ti-iumphi; VUI, 4^0. — CoBsoreae 
cniccs; VII, 3o4. — Ccesarea arma^ 

V, 345. — castra j IV, 695. — Cassa- 
reis Genabos dissolvitur alisj I, 44^* 

— armis pelagi decus addidit; III, 76a. 
Casaries mânu compressa \ VIII , 

681. — Ccesariem ab ore dimoYitţ II, 
373. •- Cassarie lacera imago; 1, 189. 

Ccetera. Vid. Cel. 

Caioo perfusatellus Idalis; III, ao3» 

Calaber Auster ; V, 379. — por- 
tus ; ib. 589. — Sason zquore perfnn— 
diturj II, 627. 

Calcare duces; VII, 749. — late- 
bras; IX, 837. — roancs; ib, 977. — 
telum cum luminc; VI, 219. — Căl- 
cat arenas ; IX , 4^5. — Calcatfit are- 
nas, X, 2. — membra regeatisj VII,^ 
529. — Calcarat membra; IX, io44* 

— Călcate manes; VI, 809. "^^Cal- 
cel quis vitalia ; VII , 6ao. — Calce-' 
mus arenas; VIII, 8o5. — Calcan» 
moenia; X, 546. — Calcatur plaga; 
IX , 606. — Calcşbatur onyx ; X, 1 1 7.» 

— Călcata dipsas ; IX, 738. — Cal- 
catos reges<; VII , 293. — Călcata 
castra; ib, 33a. — segetis semioa f 

VI, 521. 

Ca/cari/^i/j jussiequi; IV, 760. 
Caledonii Britanni; VI, 68. 
Calei a sanguine ferrum f VU, 5oS. 

— fortuna; ib. ^%^. -^ Caluit csnoT ţ 
VI , 750. — Calens primo sole iEgy- 
ptus; X, 435. — Nilus; ib, 275. •— 
sole Oceanus; IX, 6a5. «^ Calens 
zona; IV, 67 5. — Calentes rogos vivi 
conscendere ; IU* 240. — ante focos 
te mactavere; II, 127. — Calentes fi- 
brarum yenas edoctus; I, 587. 

Calidus auster; IX, 781 : X, a^ia. 



CAM 

— Cancer; X, aSg. — eruor; IV, 
287. — Phoebiu} YI, 4^' -^polus 
AustrijT, 54. — puWis; VIII, 376. 

— sanguis ; IV, 63o. — sangiiift cor- 
pora mOTCrt; I, 363. — sanguis suâ 
vulnera destituit; UI, 746. — vapor; 
IX, 843.— Coiâia massa ; VI , 4o3. 

— ubes; IX, 742» — ^ Calidum ce- 
rebrum ; VI , 709. — ferrum j IV, 5 1 1 . 

— OTum; IX, 90a. — pondus; VII , 
5i3. — . Calidi Matini buceu ; IX , 
i85. — Calidum refugit diem Lucifer; 
II, 7^4. -^ Titana recepit portitor 
Helles; IV, 56.— Calida -figypto me- 
dius axis ; II , 586. — prolatus ab ira ; 
U» 493' ~* Calidas ar»; VI, bSg. -^ 
arenae; IV, 616. -^ Caiidas per are- 
nas sitientis Liby» duc; 1 , 368. 

Caligo subita; IX, 817. •— Caii- 
gincAttti Titan curruscondidit;I, 5^1, 
Color «tbereus; IX, 396. -^ ir»; 
VII, io3. — probat; IX, 352.. — quos 
ad)UTit; ib, 699. — solvit aera ; ib. 
4^. ..fc^ Calorem juvenis excitat in 
amores belii ; II , 334* ^~* Calores 
primi; IX, 607. 

Calpen Hesperiam Tethys undis im- 
plevit;I, 555. 

Calydon Meleagrea; VI, 365. 
Cambjrses vesanus; X, a8o. 
Camillus flcns; VI, 786. — Ca- 
milli duro vomere sulcaU rura; I, 
168. — Camilio Veios habiunte; V, 
a8. — Camillos reduces; VII, 358. 
Campana mcenia Dardanii coloni 
tenuit; II, 393. — sala; V, 100. 

Campus frondens; VI, 83. — irri- 
guus; IV, 296. — siccus ; VU , 226. — 
lotus; ib. 5o6. — fingit solennia ; V, 
392. — Corupi aggere stetit; VU , 649. 
-^pabulafossaamplexus; III, 385. •— 
Campum movebat ; VIII , 685. — par- 
Tum explicat tumulus; IU, 376. — ef- 
fusa per omnem yis; U, 2i5. — in 
eampum sonipes habenas accepit; ib, 
5oi.— Campo adtollere; IV, i57. — 
concurrere; VU, 80. — consurgere 
nubem conspexit ; U , 4^ ' • "^ medio 
profuit Deus; VU , 348. -~ naufraga 
//. Pars alura. 



CAN 



129 



arma natant; IV, 87. ••^ piorum ex- 
pulsa; IU, 12. ^— Campi et aperta 
rura; X, 33o. -' Achaemenii; VIU, 
224* *"— ^thiopum; X , 293. — de- 
pasti;IX, 182. — Emathix; VIU, 
4i:IX, i5;{&. io44- — E^pidamniţX, 
545. — ^ piorum; VI, 798. — plani; 
VII, 237.— Sarmatici; VUI, 369.^ 
sicci sanguine; VU, 854* — umbra- 
rum; ib. 863. •— loquentnr nobis; 

VI, 618. — latentes sub dade; VU, 
795. — retineiit flumina; VI, 345. — 
steriles; IX, 382. •— trema ere sono; 
IV, 766. — Camporum limes; VU, 
298. — Campos ingemuisse putem ; 

I VU , 768. — abstulit eques; IV, 262. 

— coercet Cinga; IV^ 20. — diros 
Pharsalia impleat; I, 38. •^— Bbeuns 
inundet; FV, 116. — )acentes urebant 
pruiuae; IV, 52. — patentes tellus ex- 
plicat; ib. 19. — obstruitis;U, 495. 

— reliquit Sicoris; IV, i3o. — tenent 
populi; VU, 8a 4 • — V^^ Emathios 
bella ; I , i . — Campis adfixit hasta ; 

VII , 624. -^ cessit tfques ; ib. 53o. -— 
consistere; ib. 637. -^ constituit; ib. 
418. — jacet aggere magno;i&. 598. 

— imminet aer ', ib. 5i6. — '*■ istis feli- 
cior factus; ib. 702.— Pbasidos creatij 
rV, 552. — projecta cadavera; VU, 
565. — ^tauriferis explicat se Merania; 
1 , 473. — e campis calida prolatos ab 
ira; U, ^g2. — Campus (Bfartius) : 
Campi clausi pr«lia; VU, 3o6. -« 
Campo medio tumulum sibi tollere 
meruit Sulla ; II , 222. — redeunt ca- 
dayera; ib. 218. •— yenali annua cer- 
tamina referens; I, 180. — e medio 
consurgere yibi manes; ib, 58o. 

Cancer ardens;X, 288. — torrens; 
VIU, 85i, — Concri sub axe; IV, 
333. — brachia; X, 259. — Cancruiit 
tenet; ib. 21 3. — Canoro mixtus Leo} 
ib. 211. — torrente Sjenen; ib, 234* 

— yicino altissima lux; IV, 527. 
Condavia ; VI , 33 1 . 
Candida infula; V, i44* ~~~ infnlâ 

discurrit; U , 356. — Candida pe«^ 
tora; X, i\u 



i3o 



CAN 



CanduU fervida asus; I, 214. 

CoHMCitamnis; X, 3aa. 

Conff radii j X, aa6. — Cont yis- 
cera ^argere; VI , 7o3, •«- Conej ob- 
scornit VII, 808. -<- MTi flebile la- 
traTere;!» 549* — saipidei; VIII, 
a3a. — Canes Piiaria^ IX, i4i. — 
Stygi»;VI, 733. — Canuin latratus; 
ib. 688. ^^^ spuma; ih. 671. 

CauUie Toltus premens; VIU, 67. 

Canna palustris ; V, 5i 7 . 

Cannas, feralia ooraina; VII, 4oB. 
— • succenssB Libyca lampade; VII, 
8oOf — Cannmrum io Punica tempora 
nati; II, 4^. 

Cano carmina; VI, 709. -^ Cănit 
Peus fatum; V,9i. — iama; II, 67a. 
— Canimus plus quam ciyilia l>«]la; 
I, a. — Canitis si cogniu ; ib, 457. — 
Cantbal cui (alsa; V, i5i. — omiua 
psulta apibage tegens ţ 1 , 638. — Ce- 
a^MTe Deos; i6« 5^. -' manes ora- 
cula; a» 58i. — luba; VI, i3o. — 
Citmei onmia tibi ; VI , 8i4- — Canat 
omiua uato; c^. 717. — Caneret Te- 
rum paucift;»^. 677. — Canentes ar- 
ţauum; VI, 439. 

Canopos^ VIII, 181. — • imbe!« 
lis ; X , 64. -- Pelusiacus ; VIII , 

^45. 

Cantaber armis eiiguis; VI, a59. 

CaatiUa umbra > VI , 767. 

CanUis Haemonius; VI , 693. — Or- 
pbeus; IX t 643. — supplex; VI, 533. 
-«- Cantu depressa luua; VI, 5o5. — 
cessante; IX, 89$. — expurgat are- 
Bas; ib, 914. — fc>ra resonent; VIII, 
734. ^ polluti PhUippi ; VI, 58i. — 
primo succendunt classica;i&. 166. — 
Cantus magici; IV, 553. — saevi; IV, 
ţ86. -— Cantus sequi; VI, 49^> 

Canus : CAiţa salix texilur io puppim; 
IV, i3i.— Cana peadentes rupe; I, 
435.-^ CdMum «quor ; IV, 587 : VIU, 
7^2. -r— C/inot orines efiuudens; I, 
i3g. -^ intODSOs ih froutem descen- 
deve passus; II, 375. — pedibuspro- 
siemere ; VII , S^a. — respice ; V, 
374. — • Caniş Inceris pendeotia ora ; 



CAP 

II , I aa. — Cana nivosis jugis Pan- 
gaea video; 1,680. 

Capaeis autri spatium; V, i53. -— 
Capacem bumani generis urbem ; I , 
5ia. — - Capaces mortis animae; ib, 
461. — gemmae; X, i6o< — Capacior 
mundi bospes; ib, i83. 

Capere arma jubet; IV, i49* — -Io- 
cum; VI, i4a. — mcenia; ih. 3. *— 
somuos; V, 75o. — tecta patria»; ib, 
a7o. -~ Capit artus globus; IX , 800. 
— b»c tumulus; VIU, 816. — omoia 
tellus ; VU ,818. — sedes sordida pro- 
ceres; V, 10. — somuos ; VU , 760.— 
Capiunt fretum et caium flatus ; V, 
4i4- — prssagia belii; VII, 33i. — > 
Cepit yix doloremţ V, 760. — nou 
duos poteutis populi fortuna ; I, 1 1 1, 
*— mentes oblivio ; X , 4o4* ""^ Pbaron; 
ib, 509. •— tumulura rapto agmina ; 
IV, 35. ^- Cepere populum latebr» 
ferarum; II, i53. -^ Ceperat anima 
futurum bellum ; I, i85. — ţotum or- 
bem ; X , 43> — Cepisse unum caput 
tot pcKuas; II, 187. — Capienttyix 
loco ; IX, 609.— Capitur dulcedine; 
ib, 393. — Capi facilu Roma ; U , 656. 

Capessere arma ^ IV, 70a. 

Capilli laceri^ X, 84. -*- refugi a 
fronte; ib. i3a. 

Capitolia ter curru iuTeotus; VUI,. 
553. — alta; IX, 7^ — poacunt sa- 
craalaurusj I, 387. — scandera; IX , 
599. — terruit ; X , 63. 

Cappcdoees^ VII , b^\, -^ ferocea 
venere ] IU , a44* — "i^* '^go* tiroent; 
II, 593. — Cappadoeum coboni mon- 
taua; VU, aa5. 

Captare aera ; IV, 339. — Captai 
fulgura ; VI , 5ao. 

Captivus Caesar ; X , 65. -*- dux ; 
VII, 94— CaptcVum ducem traxere; 
U, 5o%,--- Captiva oladis; VIU, 4i6. 

Capius dulcedine; X, 17.—* Jubaf 
ih, 146. — Magnus; IX, io5a. •— • 
sorte loci^ X , 543. — spoUis Curio; 

IV, 810. — Capta V9.1ÂB percussa co^ 
kssit; III, 564- — a Gaesare Roma; 

V, 19. — Capd ducis n^cius; II ,, 



GAP 

5^6. — ut captce , rapturus moenia 
Romxj III, 99. — Capto ut foro con- 
stitit; I , a36. — Capti muri; X , 4^^* 

— reges^ VIU, 34». — Captorum 
regum ultima gaza; III, i65. 

Capu /um gladii poUuerit;III, 748. 

— Capulo absente; "VII, 767. — Ca^ 
pidos perfudit gladiis ; VII , i58. 

Caput apertum; VIII , 6i5. — ar- 
canum; X, a^S. — ferale; VI» 5ii. 

— fluvii; X, aaS. — fluvii ignotcun; 
ih, 191. — infelix; VU, 675. — Hi«- 
ţri Peucea adluit; IU, aoa. — Hkeni 
iudomitum; II, Sa. — cum Tigride 
toUit Euphratet; III, a56. — gemi- 
num ; IX , 720. -^ generi rcvuUum ; 
ih. io43. — lacerum; VUI^ 667. — 
Leonis solstitialeţ VI, 338. — mundi 
Roma; II , ^55. — monştri ; IX , 666. 

— orbis; ib. i23. — positum rostris; 
VU, 3o5. — sacrum; VIH, 677. — 
tantum; ib, 96. — Cori; V, $98. — 
usti sanguinis; X, i3a. — vcruto suf- 
fixum ; VIU , 684. — dcbetur mundo; 
X, 393. — fluit; IX, 781. — mundi 
locum mutavit ; U , i36. — Capiiis 
jactura, VIU, 711. — mcmorfluvius; 
VI, 379. — alteritts molem capiii fi- 
brarum incresoere; I, 6a8, -^ Caput 
caesa Oorgon ; IX , 679. — tecU oube | 
VI, 6a 5. — dependisse armis; VIU, 
101. — cnse rotare; iJb. 673. — hoc 
daranatum in poenas exponeţe; U, 
307. ^- hoc feriat lancea ; VU , 117. — 
lioc sibi facere ; V, 686. — labeni le- 
vat; ni, 737. — lancibus imposuit; 
VI, 710. «-^ Marins ulva abdidit; U , 
70. — nobile nec fatis victum vidit; 
VU, 7i3. •— fatale vovere; Uf. 369. 
T- Latiale fulmen percuasit; l, 535. 
— medio Olympo Titan ferret; 1, 54o. 
•^-tollere visa Julia; UI, 10. — »e- 
pulcro tollentem Marium; I, 58a. — 
quaesisse per truncos; U, 173.— oper- 
tum detexit; IX ^ io33, «— signiferi 
mersere;VU, i63. —.placate; IX, 
109Q. — meum videat; VIU, 647. — 
tuum illi donabat; X, 364* — tuum 
fratri misissem; IX, 107I. — tuum 



CAR 



i3i 



missurus in famuloş ; X» 4^3. *« UBum 
cepisse tot poenas; U, 187. -» unum 
timet juventus ; V, 365. *- in istnd 
immissus; VIU, 643. 

Carifosa^ V, 4^8. «^ floxa gemmis 
adstringunt; U, 339. — languida; V» 
4a I.— curvavere sinus; IX, 799. — « 
languent; VIII, 47 1* "* ^^ veutis ) 
V, 56o. — deprendit Auster ; IX , 
3a4. -— * stricta naut» dedncunt; U, 
697. — tendit ratis; VIU, 5o. — ten- 
dunt venti; IXy 77. — tendens; VIU, 
354. — r pcde tendere; ib. i85. — * veo- 
tis venturis componere ; UI , 596. 

Carccr Ditis ; VI, 797. — >fer«ntBi 5 

IV, «57. — saxi iEolii; V, 609. — •- 
Carcems claustra; VI, 733. — C«9v 
cere clauso sonipes foribua ioamineat ; 
I, 394. — pr«morso;X, 44^*— 
in carcere longus paedor; U, 73. — • 
tenebroflo Iu cern viderat; U, 79: 

Carchesia mali; V, 4l8. 

CarcinQs ardens; IX, 536. 

Carâo Hesperius et £ona; V, 71. 
■*— occiduus; IV, 673. .— sumraoa; 
IX , 538. -~ summufl 0]3rmpi tentt 
Tethyn; IV, 73. — Cardmis extrcni 
anni; VU , 38i . — - CareUne tellua sub** 
sedit;I, 553. 

Carere malis mundi ; V, 339. ^>m 
Caruisse terra; VIU, 795. •^▼ţnia} 
VU, 604. -^ Careo marito; V, 766« 
Caret invidia ; IX , 740. «^ offione 
unda; X, 33o. -— qua hoaţe, ratem 
relinquit; IU, 649* — * Carenâ «rt« 
DeorHm simulacre; ib, 4i3.-<->pooaIa 
morte; IX , 616. — ^ Caruit senex toiw 
pore;UI, 74^'"— Car«erf voto Dejs; 
IX, 1098. — Câreat nomine teHipsic| 

V, 398. "—■ Careret catde telhis ; VI , 
58o. — Carerent gregibus dameta ^ 
VU, 863. — Caruisset vita Catone; 

VI, 3ii. — Carens exemplo luctoc; 

IX, 169. r— hoste Ausonia; VI, 3 18. 

— hixu; IX, 301. — materia lampas ; 

X, 5o3. -— nimbis flammisque hiems; 
IX, 949. — telis et c]jpeo;UI,.6i8, 

— tutore patria; IX ^ 34» — Cmv/iti 
studiis odiisque lugere vacat^ U, 377. 



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CAR 



«>* Carentes fronde diem admisere ; 
in » 44^* — Carentia rege castra; X , 
5a I. -^ vana pompa jura ; U, 35a. — 
Caritura pudore fabula ; VIII , 6o5. 

Carina exigua; V, 5o3. — idem 
ipectant^ VIU, 198. — lacera; ib. 
jS5, — terr« hxrens) IX, 343. — 
terra tangitur; V, 64a. — trepida ; 
Vm, 66a.— Carince compage sparsa; 
ly 5oa. — spatium; IX, 3a6. — vela; 
Vin , 48' — cels» puppis; ib, 564» — 
longae per transtra cadens; III, 73 1. 
— - yictae diversa parte stabat ; ib. 7^6. 

— uoius pugoax turba; ib, 647* — 
Carinct injectare manum ; ib. 610. — 
Carinam stabileit» praebcre ; ib. 556. — 
torrigeram comitata classift; ib. 5 14. 

— Carina portus tangente y IX , 44^* 
— • cava nautas texit; III, 65o. — 
justa jam non pirata Ciiix; ib. aaS. — 
mersa diducta aequora; ib. 63a. — 
Carince turrigerae; IV, aa6. — vacux^ 
X, 535^ — vela tendentes^ IX, 45. — 
arctant pelagus ; ib. 35. — juvenem 
rostris fixere ^ • III , 654* -^ manum 
audivere \ ib, 593. — petunt veram 
credi Salamina ; ib. i83. — faciles ali- 
menta praebere ; ib. 683. -^ tonsis im- 
puls» tremuere; ib. 627. — tremulo 
fune content»; II, 6a i. — Carina- 
mm permixtis sulcis; II, 7o3. — Ca- 
rinas mediis rostris oppone ; III , 56 1 . 
*— euHssas venti rapuere; ib. 46. — 
Latias non ferre; I, 4o3. — omatas 
fialgens tutela decuit ; III , 5i i.— * Ca- 
rinis insiluit; X, 5o6. — spatium de- 
dere; II, 685. — baud ullis certior 
Cjmosura ; IU , 219. — Phocaicis val- 
lata ratis ; ib. 583. — sommis spoliata 
clafsis; U, 714. — in beUa junctis; 

X, 49a. 

Cantumos duces furor movit; IU , 
aSo. 

. Carmen secundum; VI, 5a8. ^^Si* 
bjUas; V, i38. — TbessaUdum; VI, 
45a. — vatis ; VUI , 8a4. — repulit 
Tetbyn; VI , 480. ^- fingebat in usus ; 
ib. 678. — Cannine egit rimas; ib. 
7a8. — factura lumen; ib. 647. — sa- 



CAS 

turatx frondes; VI , 68a. — cum cUr-* 
mine silvis exurere membra; ib. 766. 

— Carmina et berb» magic»; ib. 83a. 

— dira Cuman» vatis ; 1 , 564. — gen- 
tis dir»; VI, 444' — jejuna fibris;i^. 
708. — imperiosa; ib, 497» — " Car- 
mina secreta servant; I, 599. — plu- 
rimafiildistis; ib» 449* — solvit; IX, 

9*7- 

Carpento ledens; IX, 590. 

Cârpo : cârpit medullas ignis; IX , 
74i. — iter; VI, 573. — viam; IX , 
4o8. -^ Carpunt toxica; i5. 8ai — ^ 
Carpstt corpora ; VI , 544* ~~* ^^^"^ 
»tas; VII, 397. — Carpere agmina 
summa ; IV, i55. — dumos; VI, iii. 

— meilnbra; ib. 554. — CarpenUtt 
membra coron» inter manus; U, lao. 
-^ Carpiturj VUI , 777. — in scopv* 
lis; ib. 709. 

Carras Assyrias sanguine maculk- 
vit; I, io5. 

Carthago tulit solatia;II, 9a'. — 
dira; IV, 788. — Cartkaginis magna^^ 
arces; ib. 585. — bostis; VI, 789. — 
proles; Vm, 384. 

Carus : cară tuo umbra ; VUI , 
747. — a caro marito fata poscet; Itl^ 
353. — Cari penates; VU, 346: VIU, 
i3a. — Cară membra; VI, 564* 

Carjrstos saxosa; V, a3a. 

Casa noQ est armii pr»da; V, 5a7. 

— CasoB diviti»; IX, a9a. 

Casius Jupiter;VIU, 858.— mons; 
ib. 470. — Căsia nlpes; X, 4^4* ""^ 
Cance arenab; VUI, 539. 

Caj;pia claustra; VIU, aaa, 391. 

Cassis plebeia; VU, 586. 

Q, Cassivs tr.pieb. ad Casarent 
se conferit I, 366; — Cassius boc po* 
tins feriat caput; VU, 4^1. 

Cassus labor in immensum cedit ;: 
U, 663. -— Cassa fraus; V, i3o. 

Cattalia tellus; V, x88. — Castalii 
latices; V, laS. 

CasteUa Minuti; VI , ia6. — tur-* 
rita; ib. 4o. — vicina profundo; ibi, 
267. 

Câştigat dolore» voce ; VIU, 7». 



CAS 

— verberibus Erinnya J VI , 747. 
Castra Catoais j IX , 1 19. — civilia; 

VII, 83i ; Vm, 9a. - decima; V, 
374* — exiguo Tal]o distantia; IV^ 
168. ' — metallis plena; VII, 740. — 
Fhanalica; VIII, 14. — prima; IV, 
587. — prima furentum sumus; I, 
iiSi. — rege carentia;X, 5ai. — 
^ui^ite impulsa labant j IV, 89. — 
pkcent; VIII, 53a. — revocaDt fu- 
•gatos; VII, 731 . — collibebant lin- 
gonaa; I, 397. — circumaiu Tnrones 
coercent; I, 437» — Castrorum bel- 
lupiepiget; IX, ai 8. -« proceres; 
VII, 69. — turba; i&. 46. — vigiles; 
ih, a5. — ultima ; IX , 91 5. — Castris 
parcere; VII, 3a8. — jure pari rector 
erat ; IV, 4- ^^ tutis aptissima rupes ; 
III, 378. — Castra mea sequutis; 
IX, 379. — colle minore levat; IV, 
18. — locare; VI, 4*3« — maniplia 
obduxit; IV, 3i. — petunt mercede 
TÎcti; II, a55. — auper Tibridis undas 
ponere; I, 38 1. — quis vocet tot se- 
curea 5 V, ia. — sequi da mibi; II, 
348. — seipiutuf patriae; ib. 519. — 
deşerta conspiciens ; IV, i48. — di- 
Tersa. petentes viri; II, 43. — diversa . 
suiş praelata dolebit; ib. 376. — foro 
mixta quis nescit; I, 319. — peritora 
Iliac» manus petiere; III ,211. — sua 
fefellit; V, 679. — in castra nefas ad- 
tulerat 5 II , 98. — per undas , per cas- 
tra comes ; VIII, 649. — Castris cal- 
catis ruunt; VII, 33a. — decern fe- 
lida per signa juro ; 1 , 374- — densis 
incedere;i6. 47^* — bis sedeat fir- 
missima pubes; II, 474» — * summis 
ad xquora opus perduxit; HI, 384> 

— in bis dnx senior sit ; II , 56 1 . 
Castreruis Monetae flamma numina 

miscebii; I, 38o. 

Castus vultus; VIII, i56. — Ca- 
sta domus; IX, aoi. — malo Romano 
non 4iasta^ X, 60. — fuit a quo; ib. 370. 

Casus belii anceps erat; IU, 753. 

— dubius^ X, 66. — cacus; VU, 
44^* -r et sojrs incerta; V, 66. — ră- 
pit omnia; VII, 487. -r Casum ba- 



CAT 



i33 



bent ^mortalia ; II, i3. -^ Casu ne- 
morum ora profundi ar etan tur; ib, 
678. — rapiuntur sxcula; VII, 44^* 

— Casus Assyrii ; VIII , 9a. — bdUo- 
rum; IX, 84> — discrimine ancipites; 
IV, 771 . — dubii; VI , 4i8» — extre- 
mi; VII, a39. — futuri; IX, 58a.— 
mei; vm, 58i. — novi; IV, 34a.--- 
pendebant; IX, 19. — - secundi; VII, 
a46. — veuturi; ibriSi. — : Casus 
Tincit ; IX , 888. — urbis Tolventeni 
inyenit; II, a4o. — per omnes bello- 
rum ; IU, 719. — datos cognoscere; 
IX, 553. -^ CaicftttJ eripe )us ; VI , 

597. 

CataractCB pr»cipite«; X, 3 18. 

CateruB abrupt»; VI, 793. — G«-> 
sare»; VU, 3o4.— porrecUe ; IV, 4^1 . 
— - teretes ligant rates; UI, 565. — 
Caienas laxare; X, 57. — .opponit 
]orica; VU, 49^* ~~ Catenis immenr 
sis robora religare ; U, 671. 

Catavce barbaricx; VII, 5a7. — 
equitum properate; II, 49^* — bo»7 
tiles; VU, 337- — Deciumpresaere; 
II , 3o8. — mediae ; VU , 545. — moe-, 
stae delubra tenent; U, a9. — plures; 
VU, 367. — Bheni; VIU, 4a4. — 
spumantes caede ; VU , 699. — Cu- 
teruas adflictas circuit; iĂ. 667. •— 
immissa morte exsangues; U, aoa. — ; 
Marmaricas in arma mittcre; III, 39$, 

— stratas tulit Collina poita; U, i35^ 

— Catervis acies stip^u ; VII , 49^r 
CaUUna; II, 54 1. — minax; VI; 

^q3. k. tremuit secures^ VU, 64* 

Cat o Censorius , qui et Major ^ 

Cyprum debellavit^ UI , 194^— ww- 

per censuerat delendam Carifiaginem, 

isque fictus mcsrere fyturar^ mprtem 

Catonis Minoris ; VI , 789. 

Cat o Minor, qui et Uticensis ,^ 
eausam Senatus probavit, etsi infeli- 
ter^ I , ia8. — ejus constantia, et 
prudentia instanţe bello civilii H^ 
339. — eum Qonsulit Bruius, ut quem 
sibi solum ducem eligat ; ib. a47' — ^ 
putat gratum CcBsarifuturum , si Ca-^ 
tonibellum civile placeat^ ib. 376,^ 



i34 



CAT 



—> atque adeo CMonem cauet nec 
CtBSăuis nec Pompeii hostem esse de- 
h$re , seâ cujuseumque ex ?us duobus 
vUnoris;!!, a83. — Catonis respon- 
sum md Bnttum super Ullo oivili ; ib. 
q86 eî seifif, — unious lihertaUs ad- 
ttrtor^ ib. 3i6. — «t quo bellum «- 
piU oepit , nee eapillos nec harham 
deposuU^ ib. 374- -* studiis et odiis 
ciurcns f ib. 377. — soli ei vaeal Iu- 
gete genus humanum^ ib. 378. •— 
Mmiuan uxorem resumit, sed tine 
uliie eerimoniis ; ib. 35o et eeqq, -» 
eUoM sine Venere ; ib. 379. — Ca* 
tonu mores et secta ^ ib. 38 o et seqq. 
-— in hello ciidli seeuro sibi esse ducit 
nefast ib. 397. — re, utparensfu- 
ruâs filii prosequitur , ad exwemum 
nsqae JionuB el Libertăţi adhcssurum 
adfirmat^ ib. 297. — solus a Pom 
peio dignus Judicatur, qui praesset 
post se partibus^ IX, 97. — Cato 
Pompeium, quamvis odisset, sequu- 
VUtamen erat, ut eausam Senatus 
protegerUem f ih, 19. — post mortem 
ejias totum se dedit partibus refoven- 
disi et patriot eausce tutandce , n^. 
— > Coreyram adit , etinde oum classe 
et reliquiis exereitus in Afrieam ten- 
dtt^ 3a. — ejus iter^ 36 et seqq. — 
oram Africcs prceterlegenti obvice 
flunt naues , in quibus Pompeii uxor 
et JiUi ,• 45 et seqq, — ejus laudatio 
fimehris, et eneomium de Pompeio ; 
190 et seqq. — ejus eopics , pneeipue 
classiarii Cilices , secedere parant ; 
317 e( seqq. — eorum ad Catonem 
verba^ aay et seqq. — Catonis ad eos 
ver^a^ 256. — quibus illi moţi ad 
cfficium rediere ; îi84' — Cato exer- 
mtum ad Jubam Mauriianias regem 
ducere instituit, et Cyrenas occupat^ 
296.— cum Pompeii jftliis classe Syr- 
tes trajicere conalus tempestaip adJU* 
ctatur^ 319 et seqq. — in Tritonida 
paludem rejicitur ; 347» — reiicto 
igitur Pompeio juniore cum copiarum 
parte in oultioribus Africce , ipse cum 
reliquo exercitu ad Jubam regem per I 



CAU 

deşerta contenditf 371. — ejus iter 
ingressuri ad milites verba ; S61 et 
seqq. — ejus exerdtus in regione Ifa- 
samonum ventis arenas impellentibite 
valde vexatur ; 444 ^ *C77- — idem 
soktiis in calorem ventis vehemenU 
siU corripitur; 498 el seqq. — Cato 
porrectam a milite aquam rtjicit, ui 
exercitam exemplo animarel y 5o3.<*^ 
peruenit ad templum JovisHammonisf 
5ii et seqq.-^ eum Labienus hortatur 
ut consulat de rebus Juturis oraeulum 
Jotns Hammonis^ 55o. — ^um id fa- 
cere nolentis ad JLabienum responsio^ 
566 et seqq. » in itinere semper pe- 
des prcBcessit, et omnia asqaaliter 
eum omnibus perpessus estf 587. — * 
primus e fonte serpentibus obsito hi^ 
bit^ 612. — ejus exereitus querimo- 
niee de infesto ob serpentes et sitim 
itinere per deşerta Africa ; 848 et 
seqq, — ejus castra cura et conta 
Psyllorum, ium igne ex herbis me- 
dicatb a serpentibus purgantur, mili* 
tesque icti sananturţ etc. 91 1 et seqq, 

— atque Ita per deşerta Africte per 
duos menses vagatus est / 94i • 

• Cato dunis; IX, 5o. — aremvagu»; 
ib. 94X' — inrictns; i5. 18. — moe- 
fttus^ ib. 74?* ~^ saDctas; TI, Sit : 
IX , 555. — secunis; IX, 4îo. — voce 
huoc notavit ; t&. 221. ^- Catonis ni- 
rator; ib. 807. — Bacmm pectok; ib. 
255. — virtus; ib. 371. — Catoni 
părere; t5. 97. — placuitvicta eausa^ 
1 , 1 28. — ftola poena de TÎctÎB esf , 
vicisse; IX, 299. — per Catonem jn-^ 
rare; {&. 602. «^ Cato, da reniam; 
ib. 227. •— Catone careos rita ; VI , 
3 1 1 . — Catones yana nomîna ; 1 , 3 1 3. 

— Catonum TOta ; IX , 396. 
Cjtulus Lepidum profligatdt^ U , 

547. — Catttlo Marius Caii fraier 
inferice datus ^ ib 174. 

CaXus pugnat a puppe \ m, 586. 

Caudas yerbere stimulaTit se Ico ; 
I, 208. — Cauda flagrante nainacem 
Scorpion incendit ; 1 , 659. — îter snl- 
care ; IX , 72 1 . 



CAV 

Caudinoi nltra Furcas yulnera spe- 
ravit; II, i38. 

Causa xqn&'y IV, a3o. — fugx con» 
jux; VII, 676. — invalida 5 ib, 67. — 
Ial>orum mundo^ V, 481. — mali; 
VII , 408. ■ — malorum Roma; I, 84. 
melior; IV, aSg : VTII, 94. — morat 
tibifuit; ib. 640. — nostra; IX, a3o. 
— peticii 5 IX, 26a. — prior ^ IV, 
35o. — querelx; VIII, 5i3. — » Sena- 
tu85 IV, ai3 : VI, a45 : Vn , 76. — 
tibi timoris justa ; V, 58o. — vera^ 
IX , 633. — victrix Diis placttit, ied 
YicuCatoni^ I, 128. — ^ Apso gestare 
carinas est palas^ V, 4^4* "^ silrarţiin 
foos; IX, 626. --^ qusecumqiie moret 
meatus^I, ^iB. — sperate yetans; 
X, 451. — - armis obtenditur; VIII , 
339. — dat animos; V, 44» — Cău- 
tam «ternis lacrimis ; III , 60^. — 
Causa latenţi ( turres ) repsere ^ ib. 
458. — simili caderet^ II, 554' — sua 
fecit ţ IX ,38. — Causas aethereae ^ ib, 
853. — fluTii;X, 190. — Martis;X, 
170. — sus quemqtie rapiant in pra»* 
lia j II, a5i. -^ Causarum series; VI, 
612. — Causas reddere^ X , 237. — 
armis tnyenit fortuna ^ I , x65. — non 
fata sequi ^ III , 3o3. — in sternum 
£xit ^ II , 9. — irarum annona tralii ^ 
III, 55. — rerum eipromere^ I, 67. 

Cautes praerupta j VI , 675. — et 
saxa; IV, i4o. — Asi»; VIII, 195. 

— crode pahrere fluxerunt^ III , 507. 

— ingentes 5 VI, 34- — ratibus terri- 
biles^ ib, 36. —-emisie tellus Cyaneas j 
II, 716. '^ nusquam emisfere aquis ^ 
X , 319. — in cautes dedit; IX , 655. 

— Cauiibus illlsa unda ţ VI , 691. 
Cautus ab incursu ; IV, 4^9' — ' 

Cautum ue; VIII, 8a5. 

Cauatus mons; IV, 295. 

Catfemce caecae ; V, 87. — Ditis • 
VI, 64». ^ exesKj IX, 468. — im- 
mensafc ; V, 1 35 . — Peliac» ; VII ,4^1. 

— puppis^ IX, 110. -— rupittj VI, 
743» — Siculas; X , 447' — TasUe^ V, 
162. — eromuere fretum ; IV, 459. — 
Cauemas egerît /Etna ; VI, o^. — 



CED 



i35 



cavas motu terrae mugire^ III, 4^^* 

CactM mons -y VI , 640. — Cavum 
Ratubam unda facit ; II , 422. — Cayo 
Lemanno fixa tentoria; I, 396. — 
Căi^a carina pelagui texit \ IU , 65o. 
— compages ;X, 248. "— galea ; VI « 
193. — vallis j IV, 724. — Cawi rupe 
portus uvget pelagus ^ I, 4o6*'^^^Ue; 
IV, i58. — CaucB terrae roioas) VI , 
728. — Căvum pectns; IX, 777. — 
Cawas motu terras mugire cavetnas^ 
III, 41 8' — puppes a litort traxit; 
II , 649. — Cat4s ffvoWit sedibui or- 
bea 'y ib, 1 84. •— CaiHi tempora pkuabo 
fregit; III, 7 1 1. — Caua saxaţ IV, 455. 

Caycos crinigeros bellis arcere; 1,463. 

Ceeropius Plato 5 X, 181. — C«- 
cropias Minervae fronde praelata orant; 
lîl, âo6. — puppes profugos vexere; 
II, 611. 

Cedo: cedis rogoj VIII, 750. — 
Cedit tupaix'y V, 646. — fatisj VIH , 
576. — in immensum cassus labor; 
lî, 665. — pesHsj IV, 371. -- Ce- 
dunt crates ; III , 49^* '^ Cessit cam*- 
pis eques ^ Vtl , 53o. — > Satumo gla- 
cies; X,'2o6< — signift Africa; IV, 
666.:— Cessen coHesSicuIo Pekiro; 
II, 438. — duci 5 IX, 546. — forea 
impac!lae^ V, ^09. —fraude aoa^ IV, 
74^. — Idtio vacuae curolee; IU, 107.— 
Iu cum Deis $ III , 4^3. — mbres rebus 
iKecttndis;I, 161. — Pboebo ^ IX, 906. 
^^ Cesserunt domiti duces; IV, 337. 
*^ ietibua arma^ IU, 486. -« membra 
somno; 1^. 8. -^ pectore sensus^V, 
)6o. — Cedemus domina ; X, 5o. — 
C6de pudori; VIII, 627. — Cerfaf 
piratica laurea rictis Gallis^ 1, 122.— 
turrîbus pres^is agger ; ţIU , 398.— 
Cedant Cannae; VII, 4o8. — Cedtret 
cui eaesa parentis cervîx; H, l5i. -^ 
Cesserit polus Euro; U, 459* -^ Ces- 
sissent leges ; VI , 635. -* Cedere bel- 
lis Tel annis; ib. 21 . -^ flectenti clato ^ 
UI, 555. — pectore; V, 168. — «îbl; 
IX', 3oa. —tibi facilis ripa^ X, 3io. 
Cessisse bellîs^VU, 698. -*-> loco; 
VIU, 38 1. — temeraria experliis^V^, 



i36 



CEN 



5oa. ■— Cedente flamma materiam re- 
c«pit ; n, 8. — - TribuQO foribus^ III , 
l4i* — Cedentia somno membra; V, 
5 1 1 . — terga ^'IV, 6^6. — Cedentibus 
iiwtat victor; II , 469. — velis Auster 
daasem; III, i. — undis; IX, 38. — 
Cessurus Bon u]li in armis^ IU , 718. 
•— Cessurcd urbes terrore belii ; II , 
449* ~" Cessure iceptris sorori; VIUj 
6^3. — Cessura sibi pericnla ; V, 677. 
— - Cedetur tibi ab erani numine; I , 
5x. — Cedendum bellis ; Y, 743. 

delator NUi Deus^- X, a86. 

CdencB Pboebo victore damnat»; 
m, ÎI06. 

Ce/'cr CjUenius raota baeret; I, 662. 
Enipeua; VI, 373. — Marsya Msean- 
dron adit; III, 207. — Yulturnus de - 
labitnr ; II , 4a3. — CelerL leto ; VIII , 
3o. •— Celeri cursu ventus incendia 
tulit; ni, 5o3. -- Ce/en'pulsu venas 
Tuoyet fibra; I, 629. — Celeres ca- 
rina ; IV, 434- 

Celo.'celat arenaspelagus; V, 643. 
•— tidera; IX, 497» — Ce/are late- 
bris;VIII, i3. — Celans timorem 
vultus;X, 14. — Cc/ontc favorem 
fato; VIII , 359. — Celatu9 a Superia 
diem; V, î|oo. 

Celsus Eryx depellatui* in undas ; 
II, 665.; — conşpectus Gassar ; I, a45. 
! — Ceha carina ; VIII, 564» — sedes; 
V, 16. ^- Celsam Hilerdam deseriţ ; 
IV, i44' — consurgit in ^rcem pars 
nrbis; III, 370. — Ceha Alba resi- 
dcns Latialis Jupiter; I, 198. — Cel- 
sum yallum; VI, i38. — Cehi co\\eB', 
ly, i58. — Cehos Gallia curnu fl€i- 
qneretur ; XII , 7 7 . — Ceha astra ; VI , 
4i I. — cacumjna; V, 616. — Cehior 
«onipes in campis^yill , 295. -r Cel- 
9ior cupctif Prxtoria puppis; IIJ, 535. 
-~ terra nuUa nox; IX, 69. 

CencAm terpens ; IX, 712. 

Censeo : censere paraţi şedere pa- 
tres;III, 109. 

Census populi templo eruitur ; III , 
157.— Censu toto emit exiguam Cc- 
rerem; IV, qS. 



CER 

Centaurea Tbesaala; IX, 918. 

Centauri semiferi Ixionidae ; VI j 
386. 

Centenis popiilis in acma venit Crer 
ta; UI, 184. 

Cepiţissos impiger quos ambit; IU , 
175. 

Cera sequetnr şolem; IX, 78a. — r: 
Cera liquida incendia rapuere carin^ ; 

III, 684* — manantef tabulx; Xj» 
494* "~" Cerce efletx; IX, 285. 

Cerastce ^ IX , 716. -?— viveiiti» 
membrana ; VI , 679. — peraguoi 
bella;IX,85i. 

Ceraunia summa; V, 65x -— in 
nvihes abier.e; U, 626. — nautis moviţ 
aol; V, 457. 

Cerberus excutiens colla ; VI , 665. 

— leniyit ^ibila; IX, 643. 
Cerebrum compage defensum j VI » 

177. — raptum; VIII, 689. — Cere- 
bro calido lavi; VI, 709. 

Ceres noluerit revocare ( Preserpi- 
nam); VI, 74a. — - proserit segetem ; 

IV, 4 13. — satis est popnlis; ib. 38 1. 

— larga si desit; IU, 347- — sumpta 
viris; VII, 33i. — Cereris solum im- 
paticns ; I^y 857. — Cererem exiguam. 
toto censu emit; IV, 96. 

Cemo : cernis populum inemiem ;; 
VUI, 525. — Cernit flumina; VII, 
789. — -Gorgona; VI, 746. — sodo» 
quxrentes tuta ; VI , 1 5o. — tabe je- 
cur madidum; I, 621. — • Cemet fo- 
dientem viscera; VII, 309. — Cerne 
diem nostromunere; U, 5l3. — Cer^ 
nite, quam procul sedeamus; V, 20. 

— Cernere da mihi litora; X, 693. -r 
effigiem y VU , |o. — lucem ; IV, 568. 

— manes; VI, 666. — nefas; VIU , 
637. — 8edes;VU,23. — terram; 
ib, 794. — Cernens xquor in monti- 
bu8;t&. x35.-<r-discedere; VIU, x52. 

— desinit cognoscere; UI, 736. — 
vulnera anima/ IX, io4* — Cerni 
bocrida corpora; IU, 347* 

Certamen movistis opes; UI, 121. 

— Certamine primo; IV, 62 1 . — Cer^ 
lamina annua venali campo referen& ;. 



CER 

I, i8o. — - in certamina ruere tur- 
mas;I, 474* 

Certatim ; IV, 3 1 a . 

CerU^ IV, ai4 : V, 3o7, 357 : "VII , 
aoi : VIII, 5oi, 54; : IX, 556. 

Carto : certas pelagi artibufflll, 
56o. — Certant evellere J VI , a55. — 
Certaver9 patres de corpore trunco ; 
III, 761. — Certare plausa; VII, 12. 
-— Certatum est, cui ceryix czsa ce- 
deret^ U , i5o. — totit Tiribui orbis; 

I, 5. 

Certus eram 5 VIII , 191. — disce- 
dat, VI, 771.— -fatij VU, 3i. — ruej 

II, 5a4- — finw; VI, Sga. — limes 
arva distcrminat ^ I , ai5. — ordo ^ 
VII, a 16. — Certum me facit mors; 
IX, 58a.' — Deum habent^ VI, 497* 

— Certa fides,- IV, 543 : VUI, 99 — 
manusjVI, 190. — mors; IV, 27a : 
IX, 583. — locipars; VIII, lai. — 

,9pe8 ; X, 191. — Certa malorum 
mente; III, 37. — Certum est, qux- 
rerejVIII, i4i. — jusjX, 267.— 
mare^ IX, 33i. •— Cerlo robore du- 
bium firma j II, a45. ^ Cerţi metus ; 
VI, 597. — somni ; IV, 395. — veuti j 
V, 41 4» — Ccrtior Jupiter j IX, 5 ia. 
-r- vates; VI, 81 3. — Certior Cyno- 
sura carinis ; III , 219.-— voto aruodo; 
VJ, ai 5. — stabilem prsbere cari- 
nam ratis; UI, 557. 

Ceruchi summi; VIII, 177 : X, 49^* 
Cervix abscisa^ VIII, 674. — avuJsaj 
ik* ia. — fespajacet^ IV, 754. — 
lixc secetur ; X, 34x — iodomita ; 
IX, 38o. — lassata quatilur; IV, 6a4> 
-— Magni^ IX , ioa4* — male caesa 
pependitjX, 5i8. — ■ patriciat IX, 
479* — pareutis caesa { II, i5o. — tu- 
mida; IX, 701. — poterat incumbere 
meusae^X, 4^4* — Certficis pretium; 
IX , a8i. — Cervice cum qua conye- 
niat caputj U, 172. — dubi.a labant^ 
ih. ao4* -— electa marem aris admo- 
▼et j 1 , 609. — fratris parata ^ X, 466. 

— recepta excussi placuere tori ^ II , 
604. — recisaj IX, 214. — Magni rc- 
vttlsaj X, 100. -— recta fcrruro po- 



CEU 



137 



poscit) n, 5 10. — aicea Olympum 
Hercules tulit^ IV, 639. — soluta stare; 
IX, 6o3. — trunci duces; VIII, 436. 

— yacanti ; IX , a6i . -— vehitur ; ib. 
589. — ab ignota recisos vultus rapnit; 

II, iia. — in cervice sedet poena ; 
VII , 645. — in hac explorate fidem 
tyranni; VIU, 58i. 

Ce/vc/^ longe nascens; IX, 921. — 
serpente pastus; VI, 673. — Cervos 
metuentes aera pennae; IV, 4^7. 

Cespes castrorum; IV, 4'4' ■~^'**'' 
gilis; VI, 33. — patricius; VII, 761. 

— Tuscus ; VIII , 864. — Cespitis ag- 
ger; V, 317. — congestn; IX, 988. 

— rapti munimine subitus agger ; I , 
517. — Cespite duro mensas insti- 
tuunt; IV, 197. — nomen haeserit; 
Vni, 8o3. — Cespitibus etterra bra- 
chia exstruxit; III, 387. 

Cesso : eessas adcurrere; X, 356. 

— Ce^f ot naufraga virtus; III^ 690. 
Cessant a caede ; VI , 554* — aeqnora ; 

V, 444* — Euri min»; ib. 608. — 
ignes; 1, 658. — tripodes; V, i57.— 
Cessavit caterVas in arma mittere; III, 
a93. — Marte cruento; IV, a4. — 
Cessauere vices; VI, ^6i, — Cessare; 
rV, 187. — excitum yidebat; V, 498. 

— Cessantis soli aratro rapti juvenci; 

III, 4^1* '~- Cessante cantu; IX, 895. 

— Cessantes yenti; VI, 469. — exci- 
tat; VU, 577. '^Cessantibus Anstris; 
III, 68. — Cessantia arma; VI, lai. 

Cetera dassis; II, 714* — Cetera^ 

VI , 693. — meo cursu acta ; V, 
48a. — yentis da ; VIU, 190. — pon- 
dera ; IX, 951. — - in cetera date cur- 
sus; «3.997. 

Cethegi nudi et exserti ; U , 543 : 

VI, 794. 

Ceto Medus» parens; IX, 646. 

Cetras commoyit Hiberia ; VU , 
a3a:VUI,4i5. 

Ceu funere Bruţi; VU, 39. — laeto 
obyia; ib, 715. — Ceu Africa ; VU , 
691. — Ceu Munda; ib. 69a. — puer^ 
ceufemina; X, 4^^. — undat, ceu 
yaporat;V,99. 



i38 



CIM 



Chaicedon ostriferaţ IX, 959. 

Chalcidicce pu{>pes^ Y, 336. 

Chăicis : Chaleidos Euboicae re- 
gBum; V, 227. — Chalcida verberat 
unda Euboica; II, 710. 

Chaldcdum regnum ; VIII , aa6. «» 
ChaldiBi îoâjib, 338. —magi; TI, 

449- 

Chafybs; VI, 398. — externus 

Vil, 5 18. -^ maoibuB inscrtasţ VI, 

547 •"-- Chafybtm eruerent gentes ; IV, 

aa3. — Chalfbum nodi; VI, 797. 

Choomo vertice lilcntes qnerctis; 

m, 180. 

Ckaos ,* VI , 696. — inane j IX, 10 1 . 

— loqaetur nobis; VI, 617. — aDli- 
qnum itenim repetent \ 1 , 74* — ®^~ 
timuit natura ; V, 634* 

Chtuybdia atra sanguineum mare 
torsit; I, 547. -^ TauromeniUDa ; 

rv, 461. 

Chelas Virgo coeperat praecedere ; 
II , 69a. — (Scorpionis ) perurisj I , 
659. 

Ckeljrdri} IX, 711. 

Chers^dros ; IX , 711. 

CAiw,Vm, 195. 

Chiron par Geminis ; IX, 536. — 
senex^ VI, 393. 

Ckorus virgideus; IX, 362. — Cho- 
ram Vestalem sacerdos du cit; 1 , 597. 

Cibtis : cihi pecudum ; VI , 1 1 1 . 

Cicero : ^us ad Pompeium oratio 
pree Uedio belii ^ FII, 63. 

Cieo : ciere nomen; IV, 177. 

Cilix jam non pîrata ; III, 328. — 
Pompeianus; IV, 449* — Cilix nunt' 
qujRm păcate; IX, 333. ••— Cilices y 
VII , 542. — maris pavidi; VIII ,811. 

— Cilicum domiDU8;{&. 38. — Jitora; 
ib, ^57. — terra; ib. 363. — solum; 
ib. 456. — terra; VH, 322. — Cili- 
cos feros subegi; II, 694. — perrura 
sparisos mari redde; ib, 63g — post 
Tagos Gaesar proviucia datur; I, 336. 

Citnher ad occidendum Marium 
nussus^ II, 76. — Cimbrum rucn- 
tem primi Vidimus; I, 254* ~~ Cimbri 
hune senem servatc ; II, 85. 



CIR 

Cinga qua gurgite pererrat ; I , 
433. — rapax; IV, 21. 

Cingo : cingunt suppara lacertos ; 
II, 364. — Cingebat urbem Erinnjs ; 
I, 572. — Cinxere gladii jadicium ; 
1 , 3^1.-— cornna classis rate»; HI, 53a. 

— Cingere crines diademate; V, 60. 

— hostem ignarum^VI, 3i. — in- 
opes unde fossa ; IV, 264. — pomoe- 
ria PonUfices jubet ; 1 , 594. — Syr 
tim terra ; IX, 373. — Cingtns aera- 
ramis lucus; III, 4<>P* — Cingitur 
belii formidine; X, 537- — qua urb§ 
terra; IU, 383. — Cingi Icmgo mu- 
uimioerupes; ib. 37 7 • 

Cinis exiguus; IX, 2. — îIIeMagni 
fuit miserx ; IX, 179. — Phoeuicis ; 
VI, 680. — turbatus in areois; VIII, 
856.— Cinerem sepnlcri ingetta; II, 
536. — Cineres Crassorum nudi ; IX , 
65. — famantes ; VI , 533. — gentis ; 
VI, 585. — in litere fusi; IX, 1092. 

— in caverna» abiere; V, i35.^ — Ma- 
gni;IX, 160.— Pompeii; VIH, 837. 

— reguni; ib. 6g5. — retecti; ib, 790. 

— sacri; ib. 769. — Thessallcî; ib. 
529. — trunci ; VIII , 774- — Ci^icres 
I^cenos pressit; II, 91. — quaBrat; 
IX ,72. — supremos urna condidit ; 
n, 334. — Cinerum Di; IX , 990. — 
metus; VIII, 804. — plus ; VH , 858. 

— ultor ; VIII , 434. 

Cinna crUentus; II, 546 î IV, 8a2. 

Cinnamon^ X, 167. 

Cinjrphice pestcs ; IX , 787. " 

Cinyrcea Cj^ros'j Vlll, 716. 
^ Circa pilă coactum stetit nefas; 
Vn,5i9. 

Circaea procella; VI, 287. 

Circius sua litora turbat; I,4<^- 

Circueo : circuit^ VIII , 2oo. — ca- 
tervas; VII, 667. — hastam; VI, 2a3. 

— nomen Trojae ; IX , 964. — tem- 
pla; X, 17. — ultima castrorum ignis ; 
IX, 915. — Circueunt navem puppes; 
IV, 464. — tellurem ripis; V, 4^2. 
•— urbem effusam loogis anfractibus ; 
1^606. 

Circulus finitor ora libyca; IX, 



CIV 

496^ -— rantator ainii; X, aia. -^soI« 
stitii; IX, 5)1. 

Cireum; IX, 767. — agmina it; 
VII, 558. — fontes curvari , IV, 5166. 
-— Iatic«>i; V, ia5. — tentoria^ VII, 
48. — viuIia;ÎX, 743. 

Circumdant moenia vallo ^ II, 4^0. 
CiffDumâuUt aquor irabibua ; IV , 
4s4- "^ agmina fossa ; ih. qq. — unâia 
aiOBMs; X, 3^7. >^ Citcnmdatus tLf^ 
«ercj VI, 44. — armii; VUl, aG^. 
-^obndione; VI, 108. — Ciroum-' 
daia teata moenia ; VI , 5o. — yalidis 
murik tecta; II) 47^* 

Circumfbto : oircun^htxis$€ am- 
plexoB dracones robora ^ III , 4^^ • 

Circumfluut Hibero orbis; X, 476. 
-^ Cireumjbta ponto tellus: IV, 4^7* 

Citcttmjiisa duci tuii>a; V, 680. — 
vati millia; IV, 47^* 

Cirtmmlabens OlympUs^Vl, 4^4' 

Cireumsita eastra Tnronad coer- 
<ent; I, 437. 

Circumspicii sâSTos enses^ tll, 14^. 

Cirrha ftcopulosa ; IU , 17a. — si* 
letjV, 187. 

Ciprheeum peotus j V, 166. — Cir^ 
rJuBCB Yatea; ib. ii5. — ^ Cirrhceatm^ 
tra ; i&. 95 : VI, 4o8. — ^ secreta mo*« 
▼eniem Deum soUicitare^ I, 64. 

CiiAtus amnis; VI, 366. — CitaU 
gradus; ib. 82. — Citata rates; VlII, 
456. 

Cithopcs auctor; IX, 661. 

dUua cucarrit; VII, 4^0. 

CUra craorem ^ VI, 211. — fa- 
mem; IV, 728. 

CiUi comis et umbre \ IX , 4^8. 

Ciinli» toga ; VUI , 814. — CiviHs 
dextrae mhMra ; 1 , 3^. — CiAU bel- 
lam; VII, 406. -~ crimen, urbes Ya- 
CB»; ib. 398. — facinus; VIII, 604» 
— • fktum; ib. 8a3. — nefaa ; IV, 17a : 
Vn , 43a. -^ Civile arertite bellum ; 
II, 53. -~ bellum victis dedistts \ I , 
108. — CiVt/ilibera beUo; I, 67a. ^ 
beUoparum* VII, 663. — rincere 
bello miserum; I, 366. -^ sanguine 
Nercns rubuit ; II , 7 1 3. — Ciinles 



CLA 



i39 



dextras sanguinem hausemnt; I, i4* 

— umbraî; VIII, 5o5. — Civilia ar - 
ma 5 VI, 299 : VIII, 35i, 559 : IX , 
1076. — bella ; VI, 718 : VII , 96 , 
307, 457 : VIII , 3a3. —bella non boc 
agunt^ IV, aai. — bella moreri vîx 
tanti fuerat ; II , 6a. -^ bella ftummnm 
nefîis fatemur; ib. a86. -—castrat VH, 
83 1 : Vin, 9a. — fata ; i*. 544. — 
odia; VII, 490. — studia ; IV, 687. 

— Civilibus armis bic cxitus stabit ; 
n , 334. -^ armis Roma raultura de- 
bet; I, 44* *" armis suetus bella ne- 
£inda parat; I, 325. 

Ciui8 esto, qui fugerit^ VII, 3 19. 

— meus non est, in qaem tua classica 
audiero; I, 373. — togatus ; IX, a39. 

— suus ; VIII , 356. — in avo boc 
utilis; IX, 190. — Civis serratipr»- 
mia quercus ; 1 , 358. — superbi aiât^ 
pedes,* II, 5o8. — Ciuem quo potuit 
populus perdncere ; II , 56a. — lan- 
tum in prseîîa renisse; ib. 274. — ▼'- 
derî pudet ; ib. 446. — Civem ut suâm 
videre; VIII, i5a. — CiVc auo nullo 
frequens; VII, ^o5, — Cives sui; ih» 
3i4. — si yenitis, buc usqoe Ucet; I , 
X9X — Cives oos faciat victoria tua; 
ib. 379. — Cives , quîs foror ci-ttof em 
prsebere; ib. 8. — Ciidbus omuibtrs 
efiudit vires ; VII, 714. — a pavidis 
urbem ambiri; 1 , 59a. 

Clttdes dammimque; FV, 5i4* "^ 
belHca fult tot jurenes simul occnm- 
bere; II, aoo. — cogît; IX, a4T. ^— 
Emathia ; ih. 950. -^ vetusta ; VIII , 
416. — Cladis eo dedimus; VII, 4o6. 
• — quod genus paratis ; 1 , 649* -— 
sanguine perfusus; X, 74. — *uae au- 
ctor; Vni, 17. — tempora; X, 5o5. 
•— vindicta; vn, 4^5. — vulnera; 
Vni, a33.— . Cladem ©eimânesque 
minantur; IH, 36. — fovereNoti; 
X , 5oo. — ftigis; vn , 8ai. — futu- 
ram tntulit fama; î, 470» "" ^'^ tem- 
pora muha eztrabe ; i^. 671. — in 
c/<i</rm maritâs deirabere; HI, aa. — 
C/â^eperacu; VII, lao. — ^ Daha» 
Getasque moţiira; U, 396. *^ sub 



i4o CLA 

dade latere; VII, 795. — Clades a 
gurgite; ih, 69a. — exigux sumus^ ib. 
664< — Hesperiae^ ib, 8^1. — lateDtes^ 
VIII, 353. — ailaej ib. 35o.— Unte; 
IV, 795. — ThesMlic»; IX, a3. — 
Clades htsu edidit^ HI , 680.-*- flerej 
VI, 3o6. — . metuitj VUI, 579. — 
onmet adspiceret^ VII, 65 1. — exi- 
gere 5 VIII , 7o3. — venturas per omina 
Doscant^ U, 6. •— io clades ire^ VI, 
384. -' Cladibus ImmeTiais ultor ac- 
cessit; II, 139. — immuLtum bellum; 
ib, a5o. — irruimusj VII, 60. — sit 
constatura fides Supemmj U, 16. — 
tantis auctorj I, 3o. 

Clamo : clamant^ IX , 848. 

C/amor exsurgens^ IX , 1 14* — it 
ad xthera ; 1 , 388. — nauticus litora 
exagiţet ^ II , 688. — populi ^ VII, i3. 

— Clamorem excepit HzmuftyVII, 
480. — suum nou ferre^ ib. 274. — 
Clamore bella gerent^ ib. 367. — ju- 
Tatur Eleus sonipes; I, 293. — laeto 
nomen excipit^ V, 47* — nullo verba 
ducis sequuntur^ II, 596. -^ preini- 
tur remorum sodus^ III, 54 1« *— 
quanto cobortea miscentur ^ I, 578. 

Clamosa ora ^ IV, 44^.* 

Clangor tub«; X, 4o'* -" tubar 
rum; IV, 75o : I, a37. 

Clara dies; VU, 787 : IX, 839. — 
viri facies; Vm, i4« — P®' obscuram 
noctem imago; I, 187. — proles; 

VIII, 4^<>* — ^^^ Rhodos; ib. 'xfyj. 

— Clara voce testatur; III, laa. — 
Clarum nomen; V, 784 : VIII, 549 • 

IX, 3oa. — non claro murmure vul- 
gu8 fremit ; I, 352. — Clari viri; VII, 
^^7) 599. ■— sanguine; X, 38a. -— 
Clara fulgura; V, 63i. — meat^u mur- 
mura; V, 191. — signa dedit;X, 
397. — Clarissimus Arcto axis ; VIII, 
175, — nepos; IX, 995. — Claris- 
sima proles; VI, 594 : X, 86. 

Classica concepte comn ; VII , 476. 
-— mpesto sono intermissa; V, a44* — '■ 
dent bellum; IV, 186. — ne linquant 
te; VII, 83. — quantum succendunt; 
VI, 166. •» quatiunt mundum; V, 



CLA 

75 1. — -rumpuntsomnos; IV, 395. «^ 
sonant ; VI , 78. — Classica pngnae 
petunt; II, 597. — non pia concinuit 
tubarum clangor ; I , a38. •— secpiu- 
turo Pboebo jussurus; II, 5a8.-* tua 
in quem audiero ; 1 , 373. -— tua ser- 
yat tiro ; II , 479* 

Classis anxia; VIII, Sga. — cetera 
abit; II , 714* — in fluctua Tenerat; 
m, 5i5. — paribus lacertb tolHtnr ; 
ib. 536. — quas stabat in undîa , Tiros 
accepit; III, 5ao. — rapta; IX, sao. 

— utraque quod posset transcurrere; 

III, 538. — Classis magistri aifaiere ; 
II , 696. — pars mergitur ; IU, 753. 

— Romana cornua ; ib. 5^9. — - Classi 
paraUs manus excepere; II, 711. — 
Classem in undas tapiebat; IX , i65. 

— propulit Auster; III, i. — relin- 
querc; VIII, 575. -rr in cla^em că- 
dit nemus ; 1 , 3o6. — Classe laxau 
rates receptae; III, 548. — Classes 
Coryci»; VIII , a6. — densae; X, 537. 
-^ bis* fatis accedant; I, 4^* *" '^ 
miusUe ; X, 496. — sidere pavidse ; V, 
4o8. -«sparsae in aequore; IX, 16.—^ 
abscondit fretum ; III , 47* ~~^ adpel- 
lere vetat ; VIII , 567. — inferre Oce- 
ano; X, 36. — pelagus oontingere do- 
len8;II, 707. — Clastibus aequora 
percussit; III, 287. — tentatum seqoor; 
IX,'3ai. 

Claudo : claudit cerros formidine ; 

IV, 438. — feras indagine ; VI , 4^* 

— quantum ţelluris opus ; VI , 54> — 
Tarbellicus aeqiior; I, f^ai. * — undas 
comibus; II , 6i5. — ClaudunlvoA' 
nes pyramides; VIII , 697. — Clausit 
dolor animam; ib. 5g. — oculos ful- 
gure; VII , 157.— ossa humo; VIII, 
789. — Clauserunt signa Milonem; I, 
3a3, -^ Cla^erat xquor hiems; IX, 
374. — Claude gemitus; VIII, 634* 
^7* Clauderet Austnim; IX, 468. •— 
urbem ;IU, 348. — Claudere agmen 
monţibus ; IV, 747. — milite ; VI, 72^ 
-r- multis animam; IV, 370.-— muros 
obsidione ; III, 34a- — Clausura no- 
me9. Bcpulcro ; IX, ^og^ tt ocuIqs 



CLY 

morii dextra^ V, a8o. -*- Clauditur 
Apenninus Scyllxis antrisţ II, IfiZ. 
— ^illic Antonius; IV, 4o8. — jusanno 
etbaiino j y, 44* ~~ miles in oris ex- 
ternis; I, 5i5. — Claudif IV, 268. 
-— Claudenda aâ lumina patria dex- 
tram invitat; III, 740. — Clausus 
campus; VII, 3o6. — ensis; Y, a45. 
— > vaporibus axis; ib. 1^ — Clauso 
Carcere sonipes foribus immineat ; I , 
a^ — Clausa aula; X, 5o4* '— fides 
miseris; IX , 246. — muris juventus ; 
ni, 44^* — ^'^^ profundo; VI, a3. 
-^ Clausum limen ^ X, 4^* — periere 
ihari; III, 65a. » Clausae ventis un- 
dx; Y, 407. — ^ Clausa justitio fora; 
Y, 33* — moenia conspicit; III, 373. 
"•^ C/ati5&rauIae foribus; X,440' 

Claustram pelagi ; X , Sog. — Clau- 
stra; YI , a64. — Caspia ; YIII , aaa , 
291. — ' ioTisa; YI, ^ai. — mundi ; 

IX, 865. — regoi; X , 3i3. — rupta; 
YI, n8 : YUI, 236. — Laţii tueri; 
I, 353. — per maris discussere fastigia 
molis ; II , 684. — Claustris in parvis 
abdita fera; X, 44^* 

Clavus : clauo flectenti non tarde 
ccdere; III, 535. — ■ Clauum secpii; 

IX, 345. 

Clementia caeli; YIU, 366. 

Cleonaius Jjeo ^ lY, 61a. 

Cle opjtrj yectaJEgypto ajra- 
tre PtolerhcBo; "VIII, 5oo. — cui in- 
visa ; IX , 1071. — Alexandricun vc- 
rUt; X, ^. — muliorum malorum 
eausa, ut Helena; X, Sg. — ausa 
adspirare ad imperium Bomanum; 

X , 63. — supplex Ceesarem adit ,• X , 
82 et seqq, — ejus cuUus luxuriosus ; 
X , 137. — earnjratri reconciliat Ca^ 
sar, quum prius cum ea consuesset y 
X, 357. ■— regina JEgypti a Ctssare 
constituta ; YIII , 693. — Cleopatra 
jEgjrptus erepta ,• Y, 63. 

CUens dignus; IX, ioa4» — Pta- 
rius; ib. 1096. — Clientes empti; I, 
3i4. 

Ciupea; lY, 568. 

Clypeus are nitens; IX, 669. — 



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CljrpeOy telisque carens ; III, 618. 

— Cljrpei nuda erate flueates ; I , 
a4a. 

Coale^cere partes ; X , 79. 

Coarcto : coarctat auctus suos; X , 
ai7. 

CoastrcB silvas liquere ; III, a46. 

Coccus : cocco ignea pars;X, ia5. 

Ccelestes fiaiAmae ; YI , 5o4. — Co^ 
lestia sidera lapsu suo yolvunturţ II , 
a67. 

Ccelicolce dîgni votis ; YII , 658. — 
Ccelicolum aures; YI , 444* "^ Cceli" 
colis fuTOT arma dedisset; III, 3i5.— * 
reor gratum;X, 197. 

Ccelum ventique; IX , 4ia* ~* An- 
straie; Viii , 18a. — magnum; IX , 
473. -^ medium ; IX , 543. — nocens ^ 
YII , 798. — occiduum ; X , a4a. — 
serenum; VI, 5 16. — signiferum ; 

VIII, 17a. — tonans; ib, 55i.— to- 
nat; YI, 467* — boc babet solatia- 

IX, 870. — induit se yulture; VII, 
834* — >uo Tooanti servire potuit • 
I, 35. — Cteli clementia ; YIII , 366. 

— Deus ; Y, 88. — Deis Erebique li- 
beret; II, 3o6. — facies remm discri* 
mina mutat; IV, io5. — fiilgura; Y, 
4a8. ^- fuscator £oi Corus; IV, 661 

— librati pondera ; I, 57. — lues f uit 
tot |uyenes simul occun^ere; II, aoo. 

— nox; Y, 637. — numiua nosse; I, 
45a. — pars ; X , a 1 o. — polique cura,; 
YI, 447- — plsig«7 X, 186. — prae- 
lati regia ; 1 , 46. — puri in facicm re^ 
deunt ; II , 7a3. — secreta noase ; I , 
639. — sidus; VII , 3oi . — iisus ; IX, 
9o5. — Coelum abstulit nox; YiU, 
58. — Marş solus habet; I, 663. -— 
nox atra tenet; III, 4^* — transit 
lancea ; VII , aSS; — in coelum cădit 
nox; IX, 693. — flammas non tulit 
ignis; I, 546. — Coelo mergenti si- 
dera propior; IV, 54- — obsistit aer; 
VII , 198. — temperiem dare ; X, a3 1 . 

— pclagoque; VIII, 189 : IX, 647. 

— difTusum reddidit aiquor; IV, 8a. 

— dum nox dii^m per signa sequctur ; 
I, gi. — rcgnare Touantem scii-ct; 



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IU , 3ao. — Tolantes obliquas faces ^ 
I, 537. — hoc utere; VII, 822. — 
non uUa videt sidera^ IV, 107. — te- 
gitur; VII, 819. — Gigantas timente, 

IX , 655* — lucia colorem ducenle ; 
Vi , 8a8. — duce; IX, 84?. — tesie ; 
ib, 836. — lampas emicuit ; 1 , 533. — 
mori; IX, 854* — raptus puer; ib. 
Q^a. — summo ignes acceadent; I, 
65 1. — in ooelo menaura squoris se- 
când!; VIII, 169. 

Cconum : coeno viscera dorare , 

Coeo : ooit area belii ; VI , 60. — 
in viscera sanguis; VII, 4^7* — ^^ 
terrestre agmcn ; V, 708. — Coeunt 
ignes^ IX, 866. — nodi viperei ; VI , 
490. — non Tirtus et potestas ; VIII, 
495. — Coiere duces BoBOti^ UI, i74« 

— monstra; VIII, 475. — par^s^ I, 
129. — nulii propinqoi; II, 3;©. — 
▼ari» culta genles; JXI , a88. — Coi- 
bit pars procerum } VIII , 119. — 
Coeat si turba; I, 5i3. -— Coeuntis 
mundi pondere; II, 391. — Coeunte 
turba; I, 297. — Coitur multo ma- 
jore damno; II, 2^5. 

Coepisse ,• VUI , 459' — cwm toto ; 

X, a66. — Ccepit dureşcere; IX, 943. 

— dolor vires habere ; III , 74a. — 
torrere; IX , 746. — Coepere qua mori, 
mors una timori estţ III, 690. — Coe- 
perat damnare ; VU, 241. — sentire ; 
VIII , 68. — Coeperit inde nefas ; II , 
Ş38. — Ccepia desistere compulit ; 
m, i44« — ' Coeptis fave; I, 200: 

yni,322. 

Coercco : coercet aquas sub jure ; 
X, 267. — bruma Tolucres; I, 259. 

— Ginga campos; IV, 20. — cuncta 
parens rerum ; II > 9' «— rupes Thes- 
saliam; VI, 334» — Coercenl popu- 
lum regna; III, i45. — Turonas ca- 
stra; I, 437. — coUes Pis»; II, 4oo» 

— Coercens gressum languor; I, 193, 
' — mundum unda; V, 619. 

Ccetus y IX , 2a5. — moeatus ; V, 1 5 . 
-— procerum ; VIU , 261. — Coetuso- 
luto; V, 65. — Coetus silentum; VI, 



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5i3. — Ccetibus latis urbei Tadentem 
▼idcre ; III , 80, 

Cognatus sanguis;IV, 544- "^ ^<>- 
gnati Catonis atria; II, ^38. — Co- 
gnatum funus; VI, 564* — CognaUs 
manus; VIII, 548. — CognaUu acies 
canimus; I, 4* — CognoZa pectora ^ 

VII, 323. 

Cogaomina colliLus dedit ; IV, 656. 

CognosGO : cognovii me domitn» 
Arabs^II, 590. — Cog^iojcere casus} 
IX, 553. — fatum; VI, 81a. — de- 
sioitArgum; III, 736. — Cog/MscU» 
faciem ; V, ao. — Cognosciiur , qqid- 
quid latet scelemm; II, 161. -*- Co-^ 
gnitus STO luctus ; IX, 169. — > milii 
medius axis ; II , 586. — pelago per se f 
VI, 371. - Cogniia tibi ade»; V, 
767. — gens remis et equis^YI, 385. 

— Cognita; IV, 592. — si canitis; I, 
457. — coUafurto subducit; II, 168. 

— fato; VIII, 533. — fama regnu; 
IX, 868. 

Cogfi : cogii clades quem , babebo ; 
IX, 241- — currus accedere; VIII, 
QOi. — cgestas ad spolium pacis ; III, 
i32. — equitem eruropere; XV, 732. 

— tolerare virtos; IX,88i» — Co» 
gunt ducem, tentare spem; X, 4^7- 

— iDcurobere ; ib. 243. -^ resistere ; 
ib. 245. — Coegi regem ad mortem 
ire; II, 582. — trepidos in Babylona ; 

VIII, 225. — Coegit gentes diem de- 
sperare; I, 542. — te flere; IX, io55. 

— Coge mortem fateri; VI, 601. — 
Coegerit suprema hora secula; I, 73. 

— Cogere mundum; VI, 4&®* "^ 
Cogens spumară; X , i63. '— Cpg^n" 
tis se in arctum He^erix latus; II, 
61 3. — Cogente BovesL mibes;]!!, 
69. — Cogentia numen yerba; VI, 
446. — Cogitur ipşe quidquid; VI^ 
498. — velle mori; IV, 484* "~ P®" 
tare; IX, 592. — Co^/ mori; t6. aii. 

— Tulneribus; IV, 761. — Cogendi 
Senatus jure ; III, io4< *~* Coadus 
damnare ; IV, 269. — clade damnare 
fortunara; VII, 648. — Coaetumy'X' 
cisse pudet; ib. 78. — Coacta fortuna; 



COL 

VII, 743. — nocte j ib. SgS. — ▼irtute 
fortisy IV, 798. — Coactum circa pila 
stetitnefasj VII, 3x8. — in serpente 
yeneaumj IX, 7o3. — ▼iriu; VI, 
548. — Coacto cornu Fhoebe fratrem 
reddereţ; I, 537. — CoacU bellum ci- 
Tile gerent ; IU , 354 — Marte yiri ', 
ib,gi. — patres j V, 18. — verberibus 
equi } IV, 759. — Coactas oriente gen- 
te» j VII, 36o. — legea et plcbiscita j 
I^ 1^6. — bello siluerej ib, 277. — 
Cbac<<> gladiis bella egeantj III, 3!i3. 
Cohtereo : cohcesit capu ralia per- 
cuasae ^ III , 564* 

Cohibel ▼iruij IX, 926. — Cohi- 
bebant castra Liogonas ; 1 , 398. — 
Cohibete ducem praecipitem; I, 489. 
Cohors Dircaea; IV, 55o. — mon- 
tana j VII, aa5. — plcnajlV, 471* — 
Cohortes cunctae bis adsensere^ I, 386. 
— gaudete; III , 36o. — obliqua ; VII, 
5aa. — totae j ib. 468. — quanto da- 
more miacentur^I, 578. — valido ti- 
rone implenturj I, 3o5. — torpore 
implicitas vidit; III, 43a. — nullas 
ducentia signaţ II , 47** "" P*'^ GslI- 
ILca rura ^arsas evocat; I, 394. — 
tacius adloquitur^ II, 53o. 

Colchi erepto yellere noti j U, 691. 
— - Colchorum rura secat Pbasis^ III, 

271. 

Colchis et Absyrtosj III, 190. — 
barbara ( Medea) ; X , 464- — bospiU} 

VI, 44»- 

CoUre : colit Janum primus diesj 
V, 6. — numina j ib. a33. — Colitis 
ruinas; IX , 990. — Colunt junctos 
moenibus agros j 1 , 67 x . — Penei ruraj 
Iu , 191. — Pitanen 5 ib. ao5. — Cole 
felicesf VIU, 487. — Co/eret arvaj 
IX, 7x0. — Colentes yicina gentes j 
ib. 65o. — Culture focos; VUI, 338. 
— Colitur qua Gangesţ UI, a3o. — 
soia quercusj I, i43. — Coluntur se- 
getes fosftore 5 VII , ^q^, — Culta noa 
mapaliaţ IX ^ 945. 

Collapsus in ignes xtber decidatj 
II ,57, — Collapsce in sanguine gen- 
tes 5 V, 203« 



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Collaudare-, IV, 546. — Collau- 
dant ; V, 56. 

Coiligit auras; V, 4^9. — coUa 
miserorum dextra parentum j U, 168. 

— dispersos fulmiois ignes; I, 607. 

— efiugientem yulnere animam; IU, 
6a3. — leo totam iram j I, ÎI07. — li- 
bycas iras; U, 93. — yeates in cine- 
res; VI, 537. — yestigia ferae caniş; 
IV, 443. — Collegit animam in orbes; 
IX, 9. — yestes; ib, 175. — College- 
rat arma; X, 44^* — Colligitc cine- 
res; IX, 1093. — CoUigerel partet 
yictoria; ib. 3i. — ColUauâ comibuş 
bostis; VU, 365. — yiret xn nnum 
amnem; X, 309. — Coileeta tuxilii» 
juyentus; VU, 548. — ad profugum 
pars senatus; VIU, !i59. — Colleoio 
robore immensx yires; I, ^66. — 
Coileeta fragmenta ; VIU , 755. 

Collina porta subit stratas cateryas^ 
U, x35. 

Collis Euganeus; VII, 19a.-*- Col- 
lent coDscendere cursu; IV, 3a. — 
Colle minore castra leyat;IV, X7. — 
modico solum tumet; ib. 11. — Colle» 
excelsi; VU, 790. — sicci; IV, a63. 

— terra spatiosi; VI, 106. — toţi j 
V, 391 . — stagnis emergere incipiunt ^ 
IV, 128. — et tumuli latent; IV, 98. 

— extremi Peloro cessere; II, 438. — » 
Colles desuper Alpis abripimur ; I , 
689. — celsos continuat tellus; IV, 
159. — coercent Pisae; U, 4®*^* "" 
perfudit lumioe; VII, ai5. — yasto 
aggere conunittere ; IU , 38a. — nu- 
datos conspiciens ; IV, x48. — Colli^ 
bus umbrosis Italiam erigit ; U , 396. 

Collisum pectus; IV, 783. 

ICoUum : colii confinia; IX, 677. 
— Collum prxbebat yictima; I, 61 3. 

— Collo laqueum aptare; VIU, 655. 

— laeto Ancilia portans; I, 6o3- — 
Colla (Cerberi) colubris yillosaj VI, 
664. — duGum pilo gestata; II , 160. 

— languentia; VIU , 67 x. — languen- 
tia leyat; III, 737. — Magni ; IX, 
loxa. — Medusa j ib. 633. — paren- 

I turn 5 IV, a5i . — Romana ; VIII , 73a . 



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— fluuDt 'j IX ,781.— mea ne geran- 
tur ; ib. io83. — adstrinxit monile ; 
II, 363. — Caîsaris ferire; X, 347. 

— ducis condite busto; IX, 1090. — 
frângere; ib. 600. — Pompeii sequu* 
tus; X, I . — haec contingere est fai ; 
n, 8a. — tibi recAit J VUI , 607. — 
per decora crinibus efiiisif ; 1 , 44^* 

CoUuuies turbida limo; IV, 3 11. 
Coloni Dardanii Campana moenia 
tenuit; II, 393. — Colono patiente 
arva premi; ib. 444* "^ Coloni arvo- 
rum libyes; IV, 606. — Ausonii ; I, 
niQ — Dolopes; VI, 384- — nigri; 
X, 3o3. — Opilerginij IV, 46a. — 
non deducti ; IV, 397. — fugerent j 
Vn, 86a. — mei iu 8 fient piratae; I , 
346. — Colonos Gilicas redde mari ; 
n» 635. — 8UO8 en8e recepto Prx- 
nestina fortuna Yidit; 11^ 193. — fa- 
cere; VII, a58. — Colonis accedunt 
rura; VI, 277. — - Dictaeis possessa 
urbs ; n, 6x0. — sub iguotis rura ex- 
tendere^I, 170. 

Colophon placidi maris ; VIII, a45' 
Color Eoi xtheris ; II , 720. — ex- 
torum vatem tei'ruit ; I, 618. — impe- 
rii; IX, 207. — lucis; VI, 828. — 
populi; X, 222. -^ Colorem luce-va- 
riatus arcuş ; IV, 80. 

Coloratis gemmis carbasa adslrin- 
gunt; III , 239. 
Coluber;^/l, 489. 
ColubrcB subrectae; IX, 634* — Co- 
lubris ora texit; ib. 683. — -villosa 
coUa; VI, 664. 

Colubriferum collum^IX, 677. 
ColumncB Hespşriae ; IX, 654* — 
igne immenso; VII, i55. 

Coma madens; X, 166. — nemo- 
mm ; IX, 627. — regibus verenda ; 

VIII, 679. — Comce mos; IX, 632. 

— Comam epbebo abscidit; VI, 563. 

— ComoB ebeni;X, 3o4. — impexap; 
VI, 5i8. — rutilae ; X, i3i. — silva 
pronae, VI, 644* — solutae; ib. 468 : 

IX, 172. — riguere; I, 193. — Co^ 
marum pars ; IX , 672. — Comas lata; 
ib. 917. — laniate; II, 39. -^ effusas 



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lanîata ; II. 335. — auro ligaUs snl»* 
stringens; III , 281 • — laceras fudere^ 
n, 32. — posuere alnus et cupressus ţ 

III, 443* — stridentes excutiens Erin« 
nys ; 1 , 574* — tollere silva incipit ; 

IV, 128. — Comis gerit divitias; X, 
140. — citri contentus; IX, 4^^* 

Comatce pralate ( Ligur ]; I, 44^* 
Cornet fletus; IX, iio5. •— in flu- 
clus; VIII , 589. — per castra; ib. 649. 

— Magni infaustus y ib. 'jiy»'^ Bfagno 
dignus; ib. 656. — maloram fames ; 
IV, 93. — senatus; VII, 85. — Sexto 
it ; VI , 828. — isset in arma; IX, 2i. 

— Comei mcesu; VIII, i/^y. — fida 
Magni; V, 804. — Fortuna j ib. 5io. 

— imperiu m ; i6. 27. — Comitem me 
Ixtorum accipis ; II , 346. -~ Coniites 
bellique fugaque; VIII, 262. — mîhi 
ftint; IX, 390. — orant; ib. 546. -— 
juvenis; VI, 657. —*- patrii; IX, lai. 

— Pompeii ; VIII, 6. — ratis gemina ; 
IV, 4^1. — ruina immensx; m, 290. 

Cometen terris regna mutantem, 
I, 529. 

Cominus^ VIII, 382. -«—et eminus; 
IV, 774. — admota arma; VI, a. — 
enses vidit; VIII, 6i3. — instant; VII, 
106. — passuri arma-; X, 4^8. — vi- 
dere; VII, 465. 

Cornilor : comitatur ducis signa pe- 
tentes Gurio ; 1 , 269. — >■ Comitari 
currus lauriferos; V, 332, — Corni- 
tonte tumultu ; IX, a52. — Comitan- 
tibus tanris; II, 606. — • populis ; II , 
73o. — Comitaia carinam turrigeram 
dassis; III, 5i4* —est purpura nullos 
fasces; II, 19. — Jubam signa; IV, 
670. 

Commendat crimina Toce ; IX , 
10 1 3. -— arenas crimen; ib. 82. 

Commeo : commeat astu ; V, 44^* 
-—Lac unda; X, a49* 

Commercia gen tibus tuta; VIII, 
8io. — dirimuut Pontuni; X, 3i4- 

— Hngua; VI , 701 : VIII, 348. — 
mundi; ib. 3xîi. — nostra; IX, 860. 

— pacti; VI, 493. — cum mundo ha- 
bent 5 IX , 443. 



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* V CommiUo : commiuitis illis arma , 
quUmş £m est; Illy 3a8. — Commit- 
tunt beUis(Cmareiii)Du; V, 352. — 
Commisit dominos asylumf I, 97. ^-— 
laocea bellmn; VII, 47^* — ™^ ^^^ 
nibus^ 16, 286.. — Committat pra^ 
iDiletj m , 3a5. -« CommitUr€t ar- 
Tis aciem; lY, 743. — CommitUre 
csdem fraudiţ X^ 345. — > agmen ia 
gentes; IX, Z'ji, — caâtria agmina; 
IV, a6o. — ayes NUo; UI, 199. — 
coUes yasto aggereţ ih. 38a. — fata 
mprxceps; V, 3oi. — fatis robur 
omne; III, 617. — Pompeiam anxiis 
ciTilibus ; V, 753. — quemquam mari \ 
ib. 691. — se muris ; VIII, a5o. — 
se undii ; V, 788. — tempUs aciem ; 
VI, 3^3. — Tobis Tenia raateriam ^ 
Vm, x36. — Commissi sibi belii simu- 
lator ; IV^ 733. — Commissce Luceriae 
arcem deseris; II , 47^* — Commissas 
mihiyocet; IX, 100. — Commissa 
Tobis arcana fati ; V, i38. — bella ca- 
tenrisj VII, 5a 7. — tutei» sceptra^ 

vm, 449. 

Commixta plebe ^ VII , 598. 

Commodat fortuna gentibus iuTi-* 
diam^ I, 83. 

Commovet remigis ordo triremes ^ 
III, 53i. -» Commovii cetras; VII, 
a3a. — mânu limiuaj V, 5ao. — Com^ 
moyetathovdi vigiles j 1^. 507. — Com- 
moveant ne vos parentes^ ^U* 3aa. 

— Commoti ignes^ V, 525. 
Communis mundo rogus ^ VII, 8i4* 

— nobis gloria j X, 377. — facta tri- 
bus dominis Roma^ I, 85. — Com- 
munem Italiam esse dolet ; II , 660. — 
Commune imperinm j IV, 6. — in 
commune bonus^ II, 390. — in uefas 
certatumj 1,6. — Conunwiia cura 
fratre jura; X, 93. — populo vestro 
fata^ III, 307. 

Communiter f IX, ^in. 

Compages fragilis; VI, 177. — hu- 
mana; V, 1x9. — Compagis biatus ; 
X, a 48. — Compagem alniLatix ru- 
perat; III, 597. — solvere muri; i^. 
49 1« — - Compage carin» sparsa }1, 
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5oa. — discussa ; II , 4^7. •— hfitmm 
atructa ; IU, 397. — moţa laborant 
poli ; V, 633. — ioluu; I, 7a : IX , 
467. — sub ipsa; X, a65. — • Com- 
pages victa; V, 596. — Compag^bus 
ruptis ratis bausit pelagus; III, 639. 

— ▼ictis; VU, 857. 
CoMFJRJTio Ccesaris cum leone 

icto ; I , ao5. — cum funda Baleari ; 
ih. aa9. -— cum sagiUa ParUdca^ ih. 
a3o. — cum equo in certamine Ofym^ 
pico ; ib. 293. — cum Xerxe / U, 67a. 

— cum Bellona oul MarU; VU, 568. 
— 'CiiTO Oreste et Penikeo ^ ift. 777. 

— cum f era in cat^ea eoncluta , oui 
igne in jEtna suppresso f X, 445* — ~ 
cum Mcdea^ ih, 464. — Pompeii cum 
quercu annosa^ I, i36. •— tigridcţ 
ib. 3a8. — cum tauro victo ; U , 601. 
— - cum habiiantibus in medilerra" 
neis SiciUtt aut Britanniaî ^ VI, 65. 

— Cfim marinisftuciihua^ ib, a65. •— 
cum Pado inundanu ; ib, a7a. -— #{• 
lenţii Urbis adtonitce cum agriş et 
maritempore brumai^ I, 259. — clar- 
moris militaris cumfragore silvarum 
vehemenţi vento quassatarum ; ih, 
338. — populi ex Urbe fugi^atis, cum 
nauta in tempestate e navi in mare 
desilientef ib. 498. — Pjrthonissa . 
cum Bacchis ; ib. 674* -— populi ad-* 
toniti , cum primo funere ; U, ai. — 
Marii laceraă cum corpore pondere 
colliso autjactato mari^ ib, 187. — - 
Catonis Libertăţi ad extremum ad-^ 
hterenti , cum patre Jiliorum funus 
prosequente^ ib. a97. — populi dubice 
Jidei cum mari turbido / ib, 454* — 

classis Pompeii Brundisio duabus 
postremis nauibus tantum amissis 
evadente, cumArgo nave inter Sym" 
plegadasf ib. 71 5. — militum post 
inducias ad bellum redeuntium , cum 
feris mansuefactis iterum ad rabiem 
conversis^ IV, 287. — militum prce 
desperătione primo coneitatiorum , 
post tepescentiutn , cum saucio , qui 
fervente primum adhuc sanguine ani^ 
mosus, tepescente torpidus efficitur^ 

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IU 



M!» imterfi" 

eJentihu 

et Jsfime oed- 

:. ji. y^ — Al* nr^ cum 
,. Jk.-ftj. — iWciim aut 
ef militum , 
i« Mf imjbtentibus ,• V, 
i7/<, cum MttO' 
ie adstriclis^ ib, 
imoffict , cum di- 
),* *6. 6ao. — classis 
4^dS»f procedentis , deinde dis^ 
gmihu migrantibus ; ib. 
^11^ — onrwr prosilientis , cum par- 
|^« 1"l, i8l. — ejusdem telis con^ 
titphanU^ ib, ao;. — ^jus- 
ursa^ ib. aao. — Torquati 
i crJfntts, cum nauta vela sub- 
',* l, 287. — exercit us Pom- 
in preelium Pharsalicum se 
tUs , cum Decfrum prcepara- 
im Mlumgiganteurn^ TII, \^b. 
«- iKHtiA* navem obliquantis , cum au- 
n^ i VIU , 1 99- — rogorum in Afri- 
^^ « rtiiquiis Pompeiani exercitus 
^ixstnt^torum , cum incendiis agro 
mm m msticis factis^ IX, 182. — 
i'^^tmm, oratione Catonis a secessiotie 
y^t»C«ttoru/n , cum apibus ad alvea- 
fium rei'ocalis tinnitu aeris^ ib. a84* 
mm^m sepe icti et tobe diffluentis, cum 
mW aut cera liquefactis , ib. 78a. — 
it^mescentis ex percussione preste- 
ris * cum aqua bulUente aut x^elis in~ 
ămtis; ib. 798. — jaculi serpentis , 
tmm glande fundai aut sagitta^ ib. 
3gi(ţ. — Psyllorum , infantes suos 
mor$n aspidis explorantium , cum 
manilii piillos suos ad radios solis 
0i^phrantibus; lA. go'i. — Clcopawce , 
i^m litlrnai X, !iij. 

Comp^lh : compellat ăicxis; X, 
ţ n^'(, .^ \oc«« { IX, 'Jia6. — Compel' 

ihmpflh .' comptUunt illum , ut ; 
yil , Moi. — Compuli f t\i%\n\o,vv ca^ 



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pio ; III , i44- — timorem j VIII , 
719. — Compulimus ad rapinas^ VII , 
99. — Compelliiur hostis ad arces ^ 
U, 5o^. — in medium 5 IX/ 53o. 
Compensat sinus medio pelagi ; 

vm,a49. 

Comperiti V, 287 : VIII , 470. — 
Comprrtum non bene \ II , 3aa. 

Compescuit cinis umbram; IX, a. 

— iram; 1^. 166. — iras; VIII, 234- 

— remo tumidas undas^ I, 370.-— 
Compescat pax Jani limina ţ 1 , 63. 

Complecţi omnia nexu; IV, 189. 

— Complecior pedes j X , 89. — 
Complectitur aera gyro arcuş; IV, 
79. — crines infula; ib. l44» •" ^o*- 
tem saevus hostis; III, 694. — Syr- 
tim ora; IX, 43 1. — Complectar te 
exanimem; II, 3oi. — Complexus 
robora , IX , 364- — te? '^' 1099. — 
Complexa cubi]e manibus; V, 809. 

— dolorem ^ IX , i n . — maritum j 
A III , 740. 

Complere antri spatium ; V, 1 53. — 
inoles; IV, 44^* — robore auimos ; 
V, 4 12- — Complet aethera Tocibus ; 
VIII, 638.— turba palatia; IU, io3. 

— vicina moenia ; 1 , 4^« "~ Com- 
plent imbribus; VI, 465. — rupcs et 
litora ; IV, 464. — Complefit moenia 
luco; VII, 438. — Complerunt lerrx 
horrea romana ; III , 67. — - Câmpie- 
verai aulani; VIII, 473. — Compleri 
sanguine ; IV, 63o : VII , 639. — 
Compleţi montes; IV, 747. 

Complexu foverc p*»ctus; IV, 246. 
— Complexus Avcti', VIII, 723. — fe- 
minei; ib. 4o3. — Complexibus ar tos 
refovet; ib. 67. 

Compono : composuit Fortuna duo 
nomina ; V, 468. — mortale genus cum 
ventis; III, 196. — pelagus undas; V, 
702. — tumultum Yultu; I, 298. — 
Coinponite me rectum miltendis telis ; 
III, 717. — mentesad opus; IX, 38q. 

— Componere carbasa ventis Tenturis; 
III, 5g6. — civem modicum ; VII , 
267. — membra ; IX, 58. — Compo- 
sita io mor tem; ib. 116. — Compost^ 



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turn bustum; VIII, 74^' "~* Compo- 
sitis ossibus plenae urnx ; 1 , 568. 

Comprendit guttura morsu; IV, 
737. — spatium arenas; IX , 9x3. — 
Comprendere carbasa remis; V, i^ii .-— 
Comprensa est 2stB8 annalibus^III, 3og. 

Comprimit rates unda ; V, 438. — 
Compressit areoam saxo^ Vlll, 790. 
«— Compressus inter cuneos^ VI, i84< 

— san^ine pulvis j IV, 795. — Conir- 
pressum penitus hostem; III, 701. — 
Compressa acies; VU, i^gS.'^msLnu 
caesaries; Vm, 681. — Compressum 
caeli limite; VII, 363. — stetit cada- 
Ter; IV, 787. — ( filum ) pectine; X , 
14^. — Compresso yacabat j ib. 44^. 

— Compressas tenuisse manus ; II , 
3912. — Compressa ora dentibus ; VI , 
566. — tempora gale» fragmentis ; ib. 
193. — profundi ora; II, 680. — 
Compressis ilibus; IV, 627. 

Compta dolorem; X, 83. 
Conamen mobile; IV, 287. 
Concedii io arces Bmndisii; II, 609. 

— Er jiinis ciyilis ; IV, 488. — Con- 
cedunt nefas Superi; VI, 5a8. •~'. 
Concede parentiyeniam; III, 744* — 
Coneeditur arti; VI, 607. — Con- 
cessa potestas ; IV, Sn^. — bosti po- 
testas sanguinis; II, 76. — Concessum 
Tagati; X, 3ox. — Conoessa pudet 
ire via; II , 44^* 

Conclia pretiosa ; VI , 678. — ven- 
t08a;IX, 349. 

Concidit tuon sola Laţii juventus; 

II, 197. — vento aequor; II, 66^, 
Concinuit tubanim clangor; I, a38. 
^Concio : conciret vanos populi amo- 

res; III, 54» — Concitus aer Fbce* 
beo ortu; V, 718. — ira; IX, 509. 

— Juba; IV, 688. — sonipes; VII, 
677. — Concita miserando vuita; II, 
334» — pericula mundo; V, 697. 

'Concipio : concipit spem mortis'; 

III, i35. — Concepit ÎAtSL malorum; 
I-, 63o. — mons immensos amnes ; II , 
4o3. — numen pectore;V, i63. — 
Concipere partum ; IV , 694. — Co/i- 
cipiunt vota susurro ; V, io5. -— 



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quantis cladibus constatară tit fides; 
II, x6. — virus; IX, 698. — Conei- 
peret dubix salutisvota; I, 607. — 
Conceptum pectore numen; V, 97. — 
Concepti mente timores; VI, 659. — 
venti; V, 567. — Concepta coma 
classica; VII, 47^* 

Conclamata nondum corpora ja- 
cent ; II , a3. 

Concolor arenis; IX, 7x5. — Indo 
Maurus; IV, 678. 

Concordia imperiom in xquas vices 
duxit; IV, 5. — perit; IX, X097, — 
discors angusti temporis ; 1 , 98. — > 
mundi salus; IV, 190. — tori; VI, 458.- 

Concors : eoncordes male; I, 87. 
— radii; V, 54^. — ConcQrdes mensx ; 

IV, 197. — mora; V, 635. 
Concrescunt sanguine fluctus; III, 

573. — Concrescete quidquid sol pa- 
titur; IV, 63. 

Concubitus nou uUis legibus ez- 
cepti ; VIII, 4o3. 

Concurrere^ IV, 548. — cOgit ira; »5. 
709. — bello; ib, 8oîi. — campo; VII, 
80. — Conturrit Olynipo Pindus ; ib, 
173. — par; VI, 191. — medio pe- 
ctore ferrum ; III, 588. *^ ad auzi- 
lium puppis; ib, 663. — Concurrunt 
aequora; V, 607. — • agmina; VII, 
385. —arma; ib, 196. -— olimpoten- 
tes; II , 23t. -^ undique gcntes; III , 
33 1. — Concurrent arma Medis ;Vin, 
326. — sidera sideribus; l, 75^ — - 
Concurrant prsiia Munda ^ib, 4o. 

Coneutere aurcs ; VI , i63. -— 
Concudt agros Padus; ib. 273. •— 
Concutiuni animas pubus Deorum ; 

V, XI 9. — Concussit axemterra; VI; 
48 X. — ima pelagi; V, 457» ^ Con • 
cute Pharios reges ; II , 636. — Co/i- 
cuteret terras; IX, 466. — ^ mentes; 
IV, a36. — Concussisse sinus telluris 
ventum; III, 460. — ConcutiturBo^ 
ma tumultu ; 1 , 3o4« — Concussi or^ 
bis viribus certa turn; ib, 5. — Con-» 
CHssa fides; ib. i8a. — tellus iter 
laxet fluviis ; IV, 11 5. — tremit terra j 

VI, 745. *— Concusstt ven»; X, 264% 

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Candere manea ^ IX, i5i. — gla- 
dimn jugulo^ I, 377. — Condit ubi 
Dox lidera; ib. iS.— Condidit nox lu- 
cem ; IV, 47a. — »« antei»; V, 84- "^ 
Titan cumis caligine; I, 54 1> — una 
paloş cuncta flumina ; IV, 99. -— urna 
cineres ; II, 333. — Conderet Cynthia 
ezactum orbem; II, 677. — dies fa- 
tum; VII, i3x. — Condite biuto 
coUa; IX, 1089. — Conditur ima 
piippe;III^ 6i8. — Condi sepulcro ; 
VIII , 794* — CondUus busto; V, 23 1 . 

— imo templo census; III» i55. — * 
mole Typhoeus; V, 101. -~ Condita 
in cura nostra mandata ; IX , 86. --* 
haec moenia; 1, 348. — oasa ; VIII, 783. 

Conditor artis ; 1 , 636. 

Cone barbara perdit aquas Sarma- 
ticaa; III, aoo. 

Conferre ducea; IV, 707. — fre- 
turn Don patitur Isthmoa; I, loa. — 
faturia notitiam; X, 270. — Superis 
laborea hominum; VII, i44* *-> Cofhr 
fort ducea Fharaalia ; IV, 8o3. — 
Confomnt yulnera nil morţi; VI, 33 1. 

— Contulit quo peatea; VI, 63a. — 
aeniam mero ; VIII, 16a. — piua in 
legea; IX, 267. — virea in letum ; ib, 
886. — Contulimus omnia; VII, 356. 
•— Conferies fata et poanaa ( in tellu- 
rem ); VIII , 5i7. — Conferet ae quo 
aenectua; I, 343.— CoUata in robur 
arma; V, 72a. — aigna ferentem in- 
cedere; 1,4.77. 

Confestim ; IV, 434- 

Conficit terror omnia; VII, 734. 

— Co/^ec(( bellum; IX, 658. — Con- 
fecerat pavor boatea; VI, i3i. — 
ConfocUs nocte Latin» ; V, 4oa. — 
Confectas ilamma Latinaa oaCendena; 
I, 55o. 

Configo : coriflxit uncia arenas ; V, 
460. — Qonfixus cuapide peratat ; III, 
6ao, — Con fixa umbra aagittia; VIII, 
43a. — ConfixcB fera cruor ; VI , 
aia. — Confixa membra; ib. a55. 

Confinis Syrtibua Hammon; IV, 
673. — Confine mundi; VI, 649. — 
Conjinia potitua solveret; It, 435. — 



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repetam rupţi montea; III, 63. — 
colii; IX, 677. -— terrs dirimensTa- 
naia; UI, 375. 

Confirmare : confirmant animoa 
ictu ; IV, a5o. 

Confi0u gente; IV, 4^* *"* >^0" 
bore Latio; ib, 667. — Confisa £or- 
Due; X, 8a. — penn» ardea; V, 554* 

Conflato ferro manua ezaeruere er- 
gaatula; II, 95. 

ConJUxere ,• IV, 636. 

Confodiam jugulum aenilem ; IU , 

744. 

Confraga dumeta; VI, ia6. 

Confringere tela ; VI , 160. — tar- 
rea; ib. ia3. — Confregit pontum li- 
tore; IX, 3a 3. — ConfracU enaibua 
^enaea; VU, 573. 

Confugit ad tripodaa; V, x6a. 

Confundere Marii vultum; U , 191. 

— mundoa; VI, 696. — yultua; VII, 
575. — Conf undit murmur A vox; VI, 
686. — Confudit lumina; VUI, 108. 

— Confundet omne jua ferri poteatas; 
I, 667. — Confusa mânu cxdea; X, 
4a6. — Confusas yocia murmur; V, 
149. — Confusum pondua; IX, 8o3. 

— Confusi orbea; V, 715. — Confu- 
sis Yultibua unda; UI, 758. — Con- 
fusa tempore multo amiaere notaa; U, 

166. — tumultu caittra; VII, 127. 

Congeries pulveria; VUI, 868. — 
una; V, 178. 

Congestus culmua; IX, 945. — 
Congesta in aumptua nuiaaa; VII, 753. 

— Congestum corpua; IX, 796. — • 
aeria atri apatium ; IV, 74. — Congesto 
pondere puppia yeraa ; IU , 649. — 
Congesiae frondes; IX, 841. — ro- 
bore ailvae; VU, 807. — Congesta 
foro ducum colla ; U , i6x .-^ in unum 
osaa; VIII, 788. — cadavera recepit 
gurgea; 11^309. 

Congestus pulveria; IX, 4^7. — 
Congestu ceapitia; ib, 988. 

Conjuretin arma mundua;II, 48. 

Conjux cauaa fug» ; VU , 676. — 
miaer, materia iaudia; VIU, 76. — 
rex; X, 867. — • Conjux milleaima; 



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VIII,4ii* — maritum fletibus revo- 
care eraluit; I, 5o5. — marito ]irta; 
VII, 89. — temeraria^ VIII, 579. — 
sui yiri ora credidit^ IU, 768. —vita 
nou dalelor; V, 739. — Coiijugis -pie- 
tm partu in viscera gladium condere ; 
I, 378. — Conjuf^e me triomphos 
duzistii IU, a«. — Conjuge» ionn- 
Bnerz ; VIU , 4<>o* ~~ Conjugihus justa 
dare; 1X^67. 

Contiectit arenas ; IX , 5^7 . — • Con- 
Jtem Tonanti pars Jotîs ^ T, 96. ' — 
Cormexis ramis aera ciogens lucus; 
Uly 4^0. 

Connubii pretium tertia loboles; 
U, 33o. "^ da nomen inane; ib* 343. 

Conor : eorumUir frustra adtoUere; 
YUI, 66. 

Conqueror pereuntia tempera \ V, 
491. -— Corufutrinutr, quod patieotia 
▼ires tenuit; I, 363. 

Cotucemdere coUem subito cursu ; 
IV, 3a. — Phflebi cnrrus; I, 4®. — 
Comoenden wbn calentes rogos; UI , 
94>* "^ Conâcenâet juga; VIU, 373. 

Contcius adacti ensis; TV, 388. — 
miles tibi oii>is; IX, 864. -* mundi 
liatiiri; V, 98. — Conacia ; VU , 784. 

— gens NOo nasceoti^ X^ %o. -^ voti 
turba; VU, 183. <•«- TOtorum Gaesaris 
Fortuna ; V,666. — «3)1 voti ; VU , 34. 
-— Constia curanun Ikora ; VIII , ^o. 

Comsenâităd ictom; VIU, 619. 
OmsequiUtr îgnis volumioa f omi ; 

m, BoS. 

Conserere mabus et bracbia; IV, 
616. -» €dtksere belluin; UI , !>6o. — 
Conseritur ejinba papyro; IV, i36. 

— ru^ arbor ^ IU, 5 13. — ' Conserta 
telis nox; VU,5ao. — cadarera ; 

IV, 490- '-^ Consertis obduxit castra 
maniplis; ib, 3i. — Conserta puppes; 

V, 708. *^ puppes jungl probibent ; 
IU , 575. •— Conserta beUîs bella ge- 
rat; U, 44^* 

Consilium; VUI, 3^8. — Dei ; 
IX, 553. -- Deum; VIU , 849. — 
Consilii csoa jurentus ; X , 4^^* — 
tempus; VUI, 474- ""• "^^^y *^- 4^0 • 



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— Consiiiis tuis inimica arma; IV, 
349. 

Consista : constitit ante foreâ aedis ; 
IU, X 1 7. — ante pedes ciyis superbi ; 
U , 509. — bellum ; VU , 547 • — ^^^ 
tuna belii eadem; IV, 4o3*''~^î<2 ^uc- 
tor Pellaeus; IU, a 34- — Moles; IV, 
463. -— obyia turba duci; IU, 81. — 
stupefactus ; IV, 633. — ut capto mi- 
Ies foro j I, 236. — tetitis Hesperi» 
arris; I, 334* — Constiterat acies; 
VU , 49^* — Consistere nullus potest 
miles j IX, 464- — «ggere î VI , 170. 

— campis; VU ,637. — castris; V, 
461. — limine;V, X38. 

Consita cnitu ; IX , 690. 

Consors studiis xtas; IV, 178. — 
Consorţii potestasimpatievis; I, 93. 

Conspersi succis Philippi; VI, 5fc. 

Conspicio signa; VU , 391. — Con- 
spicit amne soluto iter rumpi; II, 493. 

— bostem d^cendere; VU , 337. — 
moenia clausa; III, 374- — tremen- 
tem; VI, 658. — urbem dcf rupe; 
in, 88. — Conspexit măes ardentes; 
U, 483. — ducem voWentem pectore 
cnras; I, 373. — Conspexere seden- 
tem; VI « 575. — Conspidens deşerta 
castra; IV, i49- ■~' Conspicitur j^to- 
cui acies; X, 437* "^ strage cumu- 
lata; IV, 571.— truncus; VUI, 733. 

— Conspeclus medio in agmine Gc* 
sar; I, 245. — quantus; VI, 319. — 
Conspeotum in Caesare rulnus; ib. 
337. — Conspecta facies leti ; UI, 653. 

— est unda; IX, 5oo. — < Conspecta 
languebit dextra>parente; IU ,336. — 
sole nou duraturae pruins; TV, 53.— >> 
Conspecti fronte parentes ; VU , 33i . 

— Conspecta Jori Telamina;IX, 178. 

— Tultu saza ; ib. 638. 
Conspieua sociis carxna; IV, 49'^ 

— ConspUsuos TuHus babere ; ib. 170; 
ConstanUa est menti ; X , 49^* 
Constituere in conspkna carina^ IV > 

493. — Constiuds qua terra me super 
aeUiera raptam; I, 679. — Constituit 
agitare; IX, 395. — campis populot; 
VU, 4i8- 



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Consto : constat nubi bellum nallo 
sanguine) IV, 274. — sibi magno> 
IX, 4o4* — Constare Tigorem mem- 
brii; in, 716. — Constatară sitfides 
Supenim dadibuf; IX, 17. 

Constringere mentes dubias; V, 
a56. — Constrinxit amictiuj IX> 4^^* 

— gyrof aciei; IV, 781. — pectora 
torpor j VII , 467. — Constricta ca- 
tenis series; IV, fyxi, — Constricto 
«ihere pluyias in nube tenebat j ib.Si» 

— Constricţie carcere manus; VI y 

Construxisse yias super xquora; 
II , 673. — Constructo aggere busti ; 
ib. 3oo. 

Consueruntf IV, 6o3. — Consue^ 
tus Strymon avei Bistonias Nilo com« 
miitereţ HI, aoo. 

Consul babet aigna; IX, a5i. — 
ujterque elicit patres; V, 8, ^ men- 
ftriius; ih, 399. — premat aratrum; 
yVLf^Zo. — primus Brutusj VI, 791. 
-7 reTOcatus; VIII, 809. — sordi- 
ăv^'^ X, i53. — Consulis bumator 
]Poenua; VII, 799. — Consule notus 
aunus; V, 39a. -^ ignoto difiusus 
3accbus 5 IV, 379. — non fulserunt 
sedes sacrx^ III, io5. — a consule ba- 
bentes ndmen anni ţ VII, 44** — Con- 
sulibus mandat belii decreta senatus ; 
I, 489. — cum consulibus turbantes 
jura tribuni; I, 177. 

ConsuUre in medium; V, 46* ""' 
rebus;» IV, 477* — Consulii antra Py- 
tbia; VI, 435' "^ quidquid umbram; 
VI , 7 7 5. — rectorem de astris ; VIII , 
267. — Consulimus murmura ppâti; 
V, 67!!. — ^ Consulat fatum urbi ; III , 
^34* -^ u^ bumanum genus j I, 60. 
•— Consule famae j VIII , 6^4* — ^^'' 
muny IX, io3o. — fluctua; "ţ., 379. 
^ QovsuUa 4e prbis tumultu ; V, £5o. 

— Consultam sib^ j VIII i aŞ?» 
Con«ii/tein;VIII, a65. 
Consullor Dei ; V, 187, 
Consummata barbarico Teneno 

pi^elia; I, 337. 

Consumpsimus xvum bellis; V, 276. 1 



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•— Consumpsere locum ; VII , 4^ ' • ~^ 
Consume triumphos; ib. a34* — Con-^ 
sumere gentem; VIII, 3a4* — Con^ 
sumptum jus; VI ^ 8a4* 

Consurgere campo nubem; 11^4^'* 

— campo visi manes ; 1 , 58o. — ite«> 
mm taxos; III , 4>9* " ^i^^ fumo ; 
IX , 4^1 • ~^ ^ ^P^ solstitiis; X , 298. 
-—Consurgis ah axe; X, 287. — Co/i- 
surgU urbis pars in arcem; UI, 379. 

— toro ; V, 5ao. ^ Consurgunt par- 
tes iterum;I, 69a. — Consurgens 
terra; IX, 339. 

Contactus bominis; V, 91. 

Contagia fluyii ; VI , 379. — pestis ; 
ib, 89 — belii dira fugant; III, 369.' 
-^ mundus borret; ih, Ssa. — pati ; 

■VI,74i- 

Contectus Brutus yultus casiide ; 

VII, 586. — nullo busto; IV, 810. 

Contempserit annos; VIII, 496. -— 
Contempla est facultas operis; X, 4^8. 

Contendit membra; III, 6a4* — ' 
Contenite îfUke starent carin»,* II, 62 1 . 

— Contenta tela; VII, 563. 
Conientus a4)toIlere ; VI , 33. — 

curribus actis; VIII, 8i5. — * mer- 
cede; IX, xioa. — paratu; IV, 374. 

— sulcare ; IX , 721. •— roonstrasse ; 
IV, 444* "~ pranbscere; VI, 6x6. — 
quo SuUa fuit; II, aSa. • — Contenta 
bonis terra; VIII, 446* — caelo teneri 
Tethys; V, 634. «t- non unum latus 
transire lancea; III, 466. •— parvo 
favore ; IV, 1 a i . — salute sua gens ; 
IX, 909. — sceptris; X, i38. — va- 
gari steUa ; VIII ,182. — riyebat; IX , 
4^8. — Contenţi auspice Bruto; II , 
371. — fecisse duos; III, a66. — : 
pondere solo ; ib. 48 x* — Contentoar 
gemino ordine creyisse liburu;v; iBţ 
534. 

Contermina Mauris regnă ; IX , 3oo. 
Co^terruit matrem infaus; I, 563 ^ 

— Conterrite specie; IX, 6 ia. — ^ 
Conterrita yirgo; V, 16 x. 

Contexere biblos noyerat Mempbis j 
III, aaa. — robora; IV, 4>9* 
Conticuit zquor; VI, 47^* - 



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Conţinea : continuii animam; VIII, 
^16. — carinas; IV, 435. — non cos 
fabula Trojz; III, ai 3. — pudor ar- 
ma j IV, 27. -— Contineant qux da- 
peste; VI, 740. 

Contingit avos; VIII, 287. — ho- 
norem; V, 384* — gloria ut; X, 384. 
-— Contingunt ripas casti'a ; IV, a65. 

— Contigit Emathiam; VI, 332. — 
hoc monorandum decus urbi ; III , 
388. — iguii Porapeio; IX, 65. — 
mihi noscere; VI, 779. — nuUi ferro 
penitus descendere ; 1 , 3a. — tibi fi- 
dea faToris;VII, 727. — Contigerat 
litora; VIII, 33. — Contingat mihi 
transferre; ib, 844* — ConUngens 
latus; IX, 419* — Continui fceda cor- 
pora morsu ; III , 348. — Contingere 
daases pelagus dolent; II , 707. — 
luec coUa nou fas tibi; 11^ 81. — li- 
mina planta; ib. ZSg. — matrem pe- 
dibus; IV, 61 5. — quibus potuit; 
V, Sag. 

Continuat teUus coUes; IV, i58. 

Continuo^ VI, 627. 

Continuus tractus; IV, 368. — 

Continuam malorum seriem duc ; I , 

671. — Continuum murmur ; IX , 928. 

— Continuo regno satiabunt; I, 3i5. 

— Continui dies; X, 241. — Conti^ 
nuis iciibus arma cesserunt; III, 386. 

Contorsit aquas subitis verticibus ; 
IV, loa. — remum in hostem; III , 
671. — • spiritus pila; IX, 47^* — ^^^^ 
Ly curgi £umenis;I, 576. — Co/i- 
tortus yertex; IV, 4^0. — Contorto 
Yertice pontum involvens ; III , 63 1 . 
*- pulvere nubem agit ; IX , 4^ ^' 

Contra procurrere; IV, 772. — 
respondit; VIII, 186. — inquit; VI, 
6o5. — sic orsus;X, 193. — stataetas; 
ib. 134. — videre ; IX, 947 . — aelhera; 
VII, 2. — monstra adest; IX, 910. 

— ora Leonis; X , 233. — quem ; IX , 
125. — quem adpulerat; VIII, 56a. 

Contrahit mors membra; IX , 776. 
Contraria fratri Fhoebe ibit; I, 77. 

— Contraria nascenti Pboebo ostia ; 
HI , 23i. — menti sux fata ; VII, ^. 



COP 



i5i 



— naulis voU ; IX, i x5. -r- poctora 
detrudit; VI, 174. — ventis ToWeni ; 
IX, 333. — visis (vaticinari); VII, ai. 

Contundite pectora miserae matres ; 
II, 38. — Contusa pectus verberibuf 
crebris; II, 335. — planctu anima; 
IX, io5. 

Contus : conto detrudit hostem mu- 
ris; VI, 174. 

Convallit alta; X, 329. — Euboici 
lateris; V, 196. — Con t^a^es abrupte; 
VII, 174. — Convallibus mediis se- 
dent arTa;ni,38o. 

Convellere nimis adfixos unei mor- 
sus; III, 699, — Convellunt yerbera 
puppes; ib. 6a8. — Convulso yertice 
Gaurus decidat; II, 667. 

Conveniunt volucres; VII, 83a. — 
Congenere extremi dies in unum tem- 
pus; I, 65 1. — Conveniat cum qua 
cervice recisum caput; II, 173. 

Co/zt^ertere bellum fuga; IV, i63, 

— cursus; V, 574. — martem adHi- 
beros; II , 629. — Con fertil ad ortus ; 
IX, 903. — carmen aures; VI, 444* 

— iter; <&. 33o. — ad urbem; ib. 373. 

— Conwertimus legem aniii ; IX , 875. 

— Convertitur timor in iram; IV, 
267. — Zephyro; IX, 689. — Con- 
verti aiă ortus; ib. 667. — inter euses; 
IV, 779. — praeha laetatus ; I, 44'» — 
Conversus audilo Caesaris nomine; II, 
465. — Conversa cum fato fides; II , 
7o5. — hasU; VII ,577. — Conver- 
sum in sua viscera populum; III, 3. 

— Convers is frenis; VII, 53 1. 
Convexus galeae orbis; IX , 5o2. 

Convexa Olympi; VII, 4/8. — Su- 
perum; V, 632. — Tonantis; IX, 4, 

Convicia in Deos sequuntur; VII^ 
725. — in Superos audet; IX, 187^ 

— festa maritus exccpit; U , 369. 
Convocat ad signa maniplos ; I » 

296. \ 

Convolvit gentes mare; V, 6a3. 
Cooperta examiue signa; VII, x6i. 
Copia tara ferri da tur ; UI , 693. — 

mortis; VI, 619. — miscendae morţiş; 

IV, 283, — pugn»; VEL, a5|. 



i5a 



COR 



Coquo : ooxU fonMicil>H8 «ra ; 
yi, 4o5. — CocUl fuco strau; X, 
ia4. 

Cor victime jacet; I, 694* — ^° 
cordenAem veiiemim; IX, 75o. — 
Corde gelato sut ; VII, SSg. -* Corda 
fessa quiescunt^ Y, ai6. — riguerunt) 

vm,6o. 

Cora^ VII, 392. 

Corcyra\ VIII , 37. — Contra in 
porti» fiirantur Tela ; II , 6a3. — se- 
creUţIX, 3a. 

CoRDVS Qucestor trunenm Pom^ 
peii cadaver inventum rogo comburit, 
et ttpelit^ VIII , 7 ia c« ttqq, — juye- 

CORFINIVM , Pelignorum ur&s 
primăria f IV, 697. — *« Ceesare ob- 
sidttur; II, 478 et segq. — a prcesi- 
diariiâ deditum^ II, 607. 

Cornelia , L. Scipionis M-eielli 
filia, primo P. Crassi, CrassiDivi- 
iis JHU, deinde Pompeii uxor^ II, 
349: ra, ai : Vin, 89, 8io, 8i5 : 
IX, 66, 377. — eam Pompeitu du^ 
ranie hello Lesbi seponere decemit; 
T, 7aa. -— ipsique consilium sunm 
Âiperit^ ib. 739. — cui illa respondetj 
ib. 761. — in Letbum proficiscitur^ 
ib. 799. — - ibi soliicita est de mărita ,* 
VIU, 4i. — conspecta Pompeia ex 
acU Pharsalica fuga elapso exaru- 
matur ^ ib. 58. — a Pompeio ob im- 
modioum dolorem carripitur^ ib. 71. 
r~ ejus ad Pampeium responsio / 1^. 
88. — ou/it Pompeio prafecta Lesba 
in ^gjrptum , in nat^i exspeotare a 
Pompeio jussa quid ipsofuturum sit^ 
ib. 679. — ^us plancUis conspecta 
ţmde Pompeii; ib. 637 ^ '«9^> — ejus 
querimonita ea quad Pampeium sepe- 
lire non possit; IX, 55 et setftf. — 
mandata mariti Sexta privigno aperit; 
ib, 84. —exuvias Pompeii comburit ; 
ib. 175. 

Cornelia Castra, locus in tpio 
Soipio Africanus castra posuit nan 
ionge a Carthagine,- IV, 966. 

C^RNSLUfS augur Patavii firtur 



COR 

dixisse die prcelii Pharsalid se vi" 
dere certanies Ctesarem et Pampeium; 
VU.iga. 

Corneus : carnea ungula ^ VI , 83. 

Corniger HaramoD; III, 399. »• 
JupiterţlX, 545. 

Comipedis more; IV, 76a. — Cur- 
nipedem agenaţ VIII, 3. 

Cornlx mctitor litora j V, 556. 

Comu flexnm ; V, \i']. — lanc ; t^. 
546, 548. — coacto PliQebe fratrem 
redderet; I, 537. — cum rauco daa* 
sica conciirait clangor tubarnm ^ I , 
938. — dubitanda Cynthia; IV, 60. 

— gravido pluvialis Cyntliia : I , ai8. 
— • concepta classica; VII, 4?^ — 
Cornua aequaj VIII, 193. — caryi^ 
IX,9ai. — superflua; VII, 365.— 
classis Bomanx ; III , 5a9. -— didoxit 
eques; VII, 5o6. — diductis preris 
«xteudunt; III, 547* — explorat tau- 
rus; II, 6o3. — lunx videat; III, 595. 

— torva quum miniştri premerent^ I, 
61a 4— per flexi portus ora petuot y 
II, 706. — Cornibus undas flexis dau- 
ditţ ib. 61 5. — non motis ^ VII, 5b4. 

— tortis ; IX , 5 1 4* 

Cornus «inistri cnra^ VII» Bt7* 
Corona parTaţ ; VI , 289. — Cb- 
ronag membra carpen tis iater manus ; 

II, lao. — Corona yallata raoenia; 

III, 374. -—insolita judicium chixerc ; 

I, 3a i. — populea ripas umbrasse; 

II, 41 1. — turrita froaten premens * 
II, 358. — Corome sertae; X, i64- 

Coronato limine ser ta pendeut; II , 
354. 

Corpus Alexandri; IX, i54. -— 
congestum; i6. 796. — defituctum^ 
VI, 63i. -— disCentum; IX, 797. — 
est pro Talnere;|IX, 8i4« — geHdum; 
ib. 935.-— Immobile; VIII, 630. — > 
Latium; X, 4i6. — nobile; VIII, 756. 

— novum ; IV, 63a. — Senatus; VII , 
994. — snis vile ; VIII , 744. — ««a- 
ipum } ib. 68. — • yiperaB abruptom f 
VI, 390. — Yulneribus aquas traas- 
misit ; III, 660. — slillasse sanie; IX , 
783. — Carporis uaubra; VI, 7*0. — 



COR 

Corpore Magni strato ; VII , 67 1 . — 
major tnmor; IX, 798. — toto vi- 

guiţ j III , 734 primxvo vulsit flo - 

rem gen» j VI , 56a. — de trunco pa- 
tres certayere; UI, 760. — in c«so 
nil anim» leule datura; II, 178. — 
in hoc eduxit pestet^ IX , 639. — cum 
corpore ossa dissoIyeDs; ib, 713. — 
■ine corpore nudum tuIdus ^ ib. 769. 
*— Corpora morsu foeda contingi j III, 
348. -— condamata jacent ; II, aa. — 
sazîs lervantur; VI, 54o- — sibi de- 
bent finem sui; VII, 8ix. — sub- 
mersa; IV, 458. — terram ferientia ; 
ib. 786. — tot fusa j Vn , 65a. — ye- 
n«randa; ib. 58a. — yiva permixta 
•epnltis; II, i53. — urantnr flammis; 
vn, 8o5. — fatîs expositi; IX, 843. 
— ccsa pessum ndentia; III, 675. — 
epuNs siisteiicare; IV, 3o7. — pressa 
•zammat mp«8; III , 47a. — spirantia 
moret sanguis ; 1 , 363. — yiya elidnnt 
trvnci; II, ao6. »— in corpora ceci- 
dere sununi; ib. 211. -—in corpora 
Romana major yis; III , 463. 

Corrcpdt in agmen ^ IV, 778. -*- in 
iiltora; Vm , Sg. 

Coniptt ' animum dolentera ; VII , 
191. — Corripuit moenia yictorj II , 
100. — Phemonoen; V, 127. — Cor- 
riperet faraulos yooe absentis ; X , 
470. — Corripiens undam e pulverej 

IX , 5oa. — Corrqtta yocibus yiri j 

ym, 86. 

Corrmmpere famam; Vin, 617. — 
tnrpt yita ; IV, 5o8. — Corrumpunt 
pocula leto; IX, 819. — Corruptus 
judexţX, 106.— laxare catenas; X, 
57. — • Corrupti teri nx>ribus immu- 
■en; n, a57. — Comi/rto milite in 
mores extemos ; X, 4o4* — Corrupta 
fortuna; IX, aoi . — Corruptior xtas; 

X, III. 

Corruia quis ictu; VU, 6a2. 

Corus; V, 599. r- caeli fuscator 
Eoi 5 IV, 67. — in portnm nou jus ha- 
bet; I, 4o6. — Coro curyare ftinus 
carbasa^IX, 799. — yictusnayiu; 
vn, ia5. — Con; V, 57a. — se- 



CRE 



i53 



cundi ; IX , loox. — Cpros yiolento» 
insula exciperet j U, 617. 

Corusco sole percussa tela; II , 48a. 

— Coruscos tractuA flararaarum acei- 
piunt; II, 370. — Coruscos faces ar- 
mia texere; UI, 498. 

Coruinos cedunt; VII , 584- 
Corjrdus crocus; IX, 809. — Co'^ 
rycium antrum deseritur; UI, aa6.- 

— Corycice classes ; VIU , a6. 
Cos : cotibus; VU, 139. 
Costos £oa; IX, 9x7. 

CoUa Metellum impulit desistere 
coepto; III, 143. — Cottas sanguine 
pollutus Nervius^I, 4a8. 

Cotjrs fortis; V, 54» 

Coumlitus; vm, a46. 

Covini monstrati docilis rector Bel- 
ga;I, 4a6. 

Crassus inuUa umbra erraret; I, 
II. — Carras sanguine maculayit; ib. 
io4> — - medius belii sola mora erat ^ 
ib. 190. — sepulcrum quxrens; VUI , 
394. — Crassi Cornelia fuit ; ib. 4i5. 

— Crasso pereunte ; 16. 3oa. -— Cras^ 
sorum ciueres bene nudi; IX, 65. 

— perit yindicu ; VIU , fyii. — 
umbrai; ib, 91. •— Crassos yindicet^ 
ib. 337. — Crassis non felix Partfaia ; 
X , 5i. -^ cum Crassis capta; VIU, 
358. 

Crassus sanguis ; VI , 186 : VU , 
6o5. — Cra55um aurum ; X, 11 3. — 
yenenum; IX, 70a. — C/iaM«und«; 
VI, 364. 

Crastina nec hix notior ulii; IU, 
595. — quies; VU, a6. 

Crastinvs primus misit pilum in 
acie Pharsalica; VU, 471. 

Cratem perpetuam rupit; ni, 4^^* 
— * Crate nuda fluentes clipei ; I, a4i* 
— - Crates roboris adusti ictu p«>cus- 
s»; UI,495. 

Creator remm; X, a66. 

Cre&er anhelitus; IV, 6aa, 756. — 
Smaragdus; X, lai. — O^rosimil- 
lima nimbo tela; U, 5oz. — • C^bra 
confixus cuspide; IU, 6ao. — Crebrt 
ictos; VI, i37 , 79a. — Crdtros ictxiâ 



i54 



CRE 



accipit ratis ^ III , 628. — meatus cau- 
sa movet^ I, ^iS. — Crebris ululaii- 
bas aures feriunt^ II , 33. —^ Crebra 
calcariaţ IV, 760. — fulgura sereoo 
micueruDt ) 1 , 53o. — quamvis mi- 
cent fulmina; IV, 78. — verbera pup- 
pes coDYeUunt; III, 5a 7. — Crebris 
Yerberibus pectus contuia; II, 336. 
•— sudibiu percussa crates; III, 494- 
Credere cuncta famx; IX, ^ii. — 
causam Diis; VII, 77. — Deos votis 
dlgnos; VII, 657. — fugam; IV, 744* 
-— multum priori fortunx ; 1 , 1 35. •— 
ponto j V, 540. — se Pboebo; ib. i56. 

— regnis; IX, 1009. — mundo ge- 
nitum ; II , 383. — te velis muris ^ 
III, 33 1. — vocibus; VI, îi36. — 
Credis hoc prodesse ; IX, io5o. — 
yiros ; VIII , 389. — Credit se sur- 
gere per yacuos fluctus; III, 7o3. — 
Credimuă arma profundo ; V, 4^* — 
pasci Fboebum OceaDo; X^aSg. — 
qnam creditis plus vobb actum est ; 
I, 107. —> Credebant secures in mem- 
bra redituras; III, 43 1. — Credidit 
animam morţi; ib. 75i . — bostem ter^ 
ris^ IV, 653. — Romanum cadaver^ 
ora viri; III, 769. — querenti; IX ^ 
1 106. — Credidimus fatis^ I, 227. — 
Credet dedisse sibi terga ; IX , 270. — 
quem non nocentem ; X, 369. — 
Crede Deis , favori crede fatorum ; 
VII, 705. — clientem dignum castris ; 
IX, ioa5. — maDum ; VIII, 629. — 
puerum ; X , 36 1 . — Credite bortari , 
etc. ; VII, 369. — nec gentibus ullis; 
1 , 94. — ine fecisse nefas ţ III , 4^7. 

— vos me fallere; IX, 1082. -— Cre^ 
dos , lecta corripuisse faces; I, ^gi, 

— Crederet hoc ? VIII ,256. — quis ; 
IX, 34. — Crediderim^ V, 610 : IX, 
554* "^ Crediderint ne monstris , an 
payori; VII, 173. — CredetismX 9lc- 
tum^II,657. — Crci/ttttr quidquid ; 
VI, 437. — silva câni 5 IV, 44*- — 
ezspectasse; X, 465. — moenia igni- 
bus rapturus j III , 99. — si famae^ ib. 
220. — Crederis solo; IV, 647. — 
Credi cUpeo; VI, 203. «— veram Sa- 



CRI 

lamina carinae petunt; III,'i83. «^ 
Credita nuIJa tox dolori; I, 259. — > 
non una nox tuis muris; I, 52o. 
Cremantes corpus ignes; VIII, 744- 
Creo coerenţi dente terrigenae; IV, 
552. 

Crepuenint rostris obVia rostra ; 

m, 544. 

Crescere bruma; X, 299. — erat 
cursus; VI, 347. — Cresdt aequor; 

V, 339. — amore nefas ; IV, 2o5. — 
cumulus ; VI , 1 80. — praeda cursu ; 
IV, 435. — • Crescunt litora; ib, i^^g, 

— noctes et soles; V, 25, — Cret^it ia 
adyersis virtus; III, 6i4- — - Crewere 
toris culmi; IX, 842. — Crescat an 
honesţum successu; ib, 571. — cui 
Nilus; ib, i63. — in arya Nilus; X, 
219. — Crevisset in astra moles; V, 
625. — Crevisse gemino ordine con- 
tentae Libumae ; III , 534. — Crescens 
in anra Nilus; VIII, 477- — cadaver ; 
IX, 804. — ■ Crescendi modus; X, 
33 1. — modum laetis rebus posuere ; 
1,82. 

Creta; VII, ^29. — fugit; IX, 38. 

— mendax tumulo Ţpnantis ; VIU, 
872. -— Minoia quod yictori dedit ; 

III , i63. — vetus in arma Venit Jovi 
dilecta; III, i85. — Crsta profugos 
yexere puppes Cecropi» ; U , 6 ^i • 

Cretes canes; IV, 44** ' 

Crimen est virtus i^ armis ţiyijibus ; 

VI , 148. — erit Superis , nOcenterai 
me fecisse; II, 288. — belU; VI, 248. 

— beliorum; VIII, 5l4« — ciyile, 
urbes yacuse; VII , 398. — civilis belli^ 

IV, 258. — Deorum Plole^iaeus; V, 
59. — Deum ; VIII, 55 , 800. — gla- 
dio purgandum ; i3. 5i 8. — • glebarum ; 

IX, 4^^* — arenas conmaendat; IX , 
82. — sceleris; VII, 517. — ayertite; 

X, 341. — erroribus addere; VII, 
59. — habent ; VIII , 118. — Criminis 
saevi poenas cepisse; II, 186. — Cri- 
mine cxdem potuere mereri; ib, 108. ' 

— laesi&ti Superos; VII, 847. — Cri- 
mina Gaesaris bic sunt; ib. 557. ^ 

I gentis; VI, 507. — commendat; IX,» 



CRU 

ioi3. — pudori remisit; IX, 1060. 
— Superif doDo; IX, i/[\. — tegat 
tellus; ib, 1090. 

Crinem medicamine croceo tingen- 
tea; Uly a38. — roUotes Galii; I, 
566. — sideris noctes viderunt; ib, 
5a8. — Cline ftisoţ VIII, 'j^o, — re- 
motoj VI, 655. — soluto; VII, 38- 
— • soluto ezigit brachia ad planctiisj 
II , a3. — TeneDum fluit; IX , 635. — 
Ctines densi; 1*6. 683. — eflusi; VII , 
370. — Gorgonei; ib, 149. ~ Enme- 
nidum; IX, 64^2. — laceri ^ ib, 57. — 
Lâbjcij X, 129. — canos turrigero 
Tertice efiundeos; I, 188. — genasque 
flamma succendit; VI, 78. — - Crini" 
ius hjâvi protenti^ IX, 673. — per 
colla effusis^ I, 44^* 

Crinigeros bellif arcere Cajcos ^ 
I, 463. 
Cristat excnasit galeis; VII, i58. 
Croceo medicamiue crinem tingen- 
j^; IU, a38. 

Crocuj Gorjcius; IX, 809. 
Cnideltf ; VIU , 584, 6^. — do- 
imiia;X, 374.— Jiiliaj VIU, 104. 
— Crudele crimen: ib, 55. — est yi- 
8um comnuttere; V, 691. 

pYM2ti« palmes; IV, 317. — Ouda 
fena. bradhia exatnixit, III, 387. — 
Crudce cautes pulvere fluxeruntţ III , 
507. 
. CruerUe feciase; VUI, 3i5. 

Cruentuş Cinna ; IV, 8aa. — dolor 

coepit yires haLere; IU, 741* — Han- 

nibal; IV, 789. — victor rapuit reci- 

sofl Tiiltus; II, III. — viditj V, 758. 

~ Cruenta ales; VU, 837.— caedes; 

ib, 8a6. — lux ; 1^. 427. — mors j IX , 

767. — Fharos; ib. 1080. — strages; 

IV, 570. — Cruentum malum; ib. 

6lo. — nefast IX, 1107. -^vultua; 

VIU , 333. — - Cruento victori mdrtes 

rapuere; II, i56. — martc ceteavit; 

IV, a^'T'Cruenta atrage amnis fiuxit; 

n, aia.— Cruenti gladiij VII, 56i. 

Cruor altus armentorum tigres pa- 

TÎtţ I, 329. -— altus in undis turnat ţ 

UI, 57a. r— Gxşareusj X, 4a3. — • ca- 



CUL 



i55 



lidusj IV, a87. — Arctois difTusus in 
arvis; I, 3oi. — fixus serpente; IX, 
816. — imperii; VII, 579. — largus ; 
IX , 81 a. — largus haSUs expulit ; III, 
590. — parvus; IV, a4o. — rivus; 
VI, 556. — ab «there defluxitj VU , 
839. — caluit; VI, 75o. — ipse tutus; 
IX, 894. — nipit vincula; IU, 71a. 

— perrupit aera ; VII , 6a5. — pcti- 
tur Bomanus; ib. 5il. — soUtus non 

J emicuit; 1 , 614. — »tat miseris ; IX , 
708. — stat io templis; II, i«3. — 
Cruoris fluvii; VII, 29a. — Cruortm 
Latiumgentibuspraebere; I, 9. — to-r 
turn fusura; VII, 566. — Cruore os 
implere; IX, 760.— propulsa flununa; 
VU, 789. — quaesita regna ; IX, loaa. 

— gelido infecta viscera; I, 6x9. — >_ 
plena raiis ; IU , 6a7. — Cruores 
cuncti; VII, 636. — Cruoribut hu- 
inanis lustrata arbor; III, 4o5. 

Crus : in crure stetit seps; IX, 764. 

— Crura obliqua mânu percossa; IV, 
6a 5. — • suspensa retentant; IU, 637. 

Crustata marmoribus domus ; X , 

Il4- 

Ctttstumium rapax ; II , 4o6. 
Crux : cruce non rapuit; X, 5i7« 

— Cruce» Caesarex; VU, 3o4< — 
abrasit; VI, 545. — Crucibus lueinua; 
X, 365v 

Crystallus ^linistrat aquas ; X , 
x6o. 

Cubile junctum; IV, 199. -— non 
praebent terga ferx ; ib, 6o3. — stra- 
tum regibus; VU, 761. — Cubiliva^ 
scuit incestam ducibus; X,69. — Cu- 
bilia ferae; IV, 444* — posnisse feras 
media Borna; I, 56o. — struxere; 
IX,84x. 

Culmen bumanum ; VII , 594. -^ 
rerum; VIII, 70a. — tremuJum et 
stabile ; V, a5o. — Culmine sublimi 
prorx stans; IU, 709. — a culmine 
rapta casae ; IX , 4^9' — ^^ culmine 
lapsus; VIU, 8. — Culmina Deoritm j 
ib. 8x9. 

Culmus congestus; IX , 945. ^r 
Culmi advccti; VI, 85. — Culmis 



i56 



CUN 



tori creTereţ IX, 84^. — surgend- 
bus in legetein; VI , 109. 

Culpa bellorumj *VIII, 647. — 
Culpa gladios exsoWite; VII^ 2162. — 
tua TUtsse veriiusj VI, ao4* 

Cidta Salemi radens Siier; II, 4^^* 
*— secat fiermus; UI, 910. 

Culter : eultro obliquo molas in- 
ducere copperat; 1, 6x0. 

Cultor agri; IX, 790. — justitix^ 
XLy 389. -^-populus duri Amâni ^ III , 
«44. — Cultore Deorum ilio ; VIII , 
478. — uegato j IX, 867. — Cultori- 
te^agri vacuij i&. 163. 

Ck/Iks Deum; X, 18. — 'templo^ 
tmAţ Vni, lai. — ioduiturj VI, 
6S4* *— Cultus moesd lugubria servant^ 
II, 365. — Culta consita; IX, 690. 
^— Uborat; X, i4o. — propiore non 
frequentat lucum; III, 4^^' — yarix 
gentes coiere; ib, 289. — Cultuf ges- 
tare'decoros^ I, i64>-^matronaprio- 
res deposuit; II, !i8. 

Cum ( pro ^um ) conj. incorrant ; 
IV, 563. — rapianturj VII, 446. — 
teoeat ; ib. 44^» — sit ; VI , 619. — 
oportet; VII, 65. — prinaum; VIII , 
43i : IX , 497. 

Cum (pnep.) caede meritum parate ; 
IX, 18a. — Gadibus Indos putat 
parra regna ; X , 457 . — mundo com> 
merdui habent; IX, 44^* "^ pondere 
toto ; IV, 564. — sanguine yinccre j 

Cumance yaiis carmina^ V, i83 : 
Vni, 824. — dira yulgantur^ I, 564. 

Cumulo : eunmlavit munere yires ţ 
rV, 998. — Cumulata atrage ratis ; 
III, 6^7 : IV, 571. — Cumulatum 
tus 5 VIII X 729. 

Cumulus cadayerum; VI, 180. — 
caedis altus; VII, 721. — yirornm^ 
VI, l83. — undaruin; ib. 247 t IX , 
799. — - CumuU areneţ IX , 34o , 4^5. 
— pela^iţ V, 644* — Cumulis xquan« 
tia coUes corpora; VII , 790. 

Cuncta bominum mens ţ VII , 202. 
— - Cuncti cruoresj îb. 636. — duces; 
TUI, 4*3. — proceres^X, 4^0. — 



CUR 

baremus; IX, 573. — Cunetw gen^ 
tesj VII, 718 : VIII, 19. — berb»; 
VI, 685. — juyenum mentes; IV, 
520. — pestesţ IX, 724. — terraj 
VI, 119. — umhv^'yib. 779. — Cunata^ 
IV, 33o. — arma ; X , 35i. -— Cawaris 
arma; VI, i5i. — metal la; VII, 740. 

— saecula 5 VIII , 1 1 4 — yuloera 5 IX, 
59. — langnida 5 IV, 700. — fremunt ; 
X , 3a I. — me sequuntur ; II , $75. — 
perirent ; VII , 91 . — premuntur cul- 
mine; VII, 594. — quo feruntor; 
VIII ^ 522. — tenentur fortuna ; IX , 
244* — carinse debcbis; V, 535. •— * 
fam» credere; IX, ^11, — eoerecft 
parens rerum; II , 9 — loqui^ V, 210. 
•— vix loquutusj VII, 329. -^ mis- 
cens; IX, 763. — pcrdere; VII, 665. 

— receptat sinu Natura; V1I« 810.— 
yertcre; VII, 58. — Cimctomm fau- 
ces; IX, 5o4. — lumina; Vlfl, 106. 

— yoces; VII, 62. — Cunetot agitat 
mens; IX, ^i/ş, — Cun&tU petitnr 
cruor; VII, 5xi. 

Cunei densi; VI, i84 : VII, 497. 
. — Bonantes; ib, 12. 

Cupce^ IV, 4*o* 
Cupide descendit; X, 19. 
Cupido noscendi; X, 968. ^ regni; 
VII, a4o* — Cupidine aunia c«ci ; 

1,87. 

Cupidus reddere ; VII , 266. — Cu- 
pidum fratris ora rogo iaponere; II , 
170. — Cupido auri; VU, 747. 

Cupio : cupU in puppim erim^ere ; 
III , 600. — prascipitare; VII , 5a. — 
priyata; II, 564. -^ Cupias qnod iie*> 
cesra est; IV, 4^7. — CupUn» nos- 
cere; ib, 591. — regnum; IX, 17. ^— 
Cupienti Bouuun perdere fato suffi- 
eiens; II, 87. — Cupiente» bmfiîa 
mentes; VII, 754. 

Cupressus non plebetos Ui^ţus tes- 
tau; III, 44** 

Cura fuit, implere; VII, i4^. — 
maxima fuit, non perdere letum; IH, 
707. — Figulo Deos nosse fuit; I, 
639. — Assyria ; VI , 4^- — oonius ; 
VU, 217. — Deorum premit Be; V, 



CUR 

340. — fanue ; IX , 1 080. — Jovia ; 
ib, 436. ^— laboris; YII, 309. — Ia* 
borque; IX, 621. — Libertatis yin- 
dicta; IV, 807. — molesu ; VIII, 699. 

— poli; VI , 447. — Testri; VII, 3o8. 
-— sua parcntes aogit; II, 64. •— Cu- 
ros iuBt castra Deia; V, 35q. — Cu- 
ram soUicitis mortalibus addere^ II , 
5. — > Cura iosorani fata voWentem ii>- 
venit; II, aSg. — in nostra conditum; 
IX, 86. — Curce armorum feMae^ V, 
5o4. — Deoriiin ; VII , 3i i . — tristes; 
VIU, 43. — vigilesj ib, i6x. — Cu- 
rarăm labor j ib, i65. — pondera ; IX , 
gSi. — conscius; VIII, 4o. — Curas 
Tarias pectore yoWentem conspexit^ 
I, 373. — armoFum pectore expu)it ^ 
ni, 5a. — in curas venio, II, 347. 

— C«n> admiait Venerem; X, 75.— 
animum mordacibos angit; II, 681. 

Curia minax tribunos urbe e:i^ii]it ; 
I, 367. — privat» Yoda tesds adest ^ 

III, X08. — et ipsi sedibus exsiluere 
Patre«;I, 487. 

Curictum gens; IV, 4o6. 

CuRic CcBsari in bellum stimulos 
addiVy I, aog et segq. — "Penali lin- 
gua j ib. 269. — Tox populi ; ib. ayo. 

— in SiciUam a Casare missus^ UI , 
59. — ■ €x Sicilia in AfrvMm trajicit; 

IV, 583. — in loco Castrorum Cor- 
nelianorum castra ponit^ ib. 66i. — 
tenitus adventante Juba rege^ guem 
in tribunatu suo spoliare regno tenta- 
verat / ib. 689. — quod non confide- 
ret militibus suiş, ut non veteranis 
Cassaris, sed Corfinii dedititiis ,' an- 
tequam omnes dilaberenturprcelio de- 
certare statuii, et primo Varum pel- 
lU; ib. 694 et seqq. — exercitam con- 
tra Sabburam ducii , ignarus prassentis 
JubtB^ ib. 73o. — equitatu Jubaecir- 
cumdatus^ ib. 746 ei seqtf, -m.f ugere 
nolens , forther pugnans occumbit^ ib. 
797 • V> 4o- — insepultusf IV, 8 io. 

— ejus elogium, virlutes ei viiia; ib. 
811 et seqq. 

CuRivs Dentatus, qui de variis 
popuUs triumphauit , pauper nihilo- 



CUR 



iSy 



minus, et auro incorruptusf I, 169 : 

VI, 787 : VU, 358 : X, i53. — 
Curiorum Ugones; I, 169. — Curios 
Yidi; VI, 787. — si bis fau darent; 

VII, 358, — grayes pone; X, i5a. 
Curo : curant yiscera ; VII , 84a. •— 

Cures quod quaerere; VI, 60a. — - 
Curata nulii Deo sunt mortalia: VII» 

455. 

Currit venenum; IX , 839. — Cur- 
runt fulgura^ V, 63o. — Cucurrit ani- 
mus^ VI, 473. — cmor in yenas; ib. 
75 1. — quanto gradu mors; II, 100. 

— per fatej VU, 420. — per signa; 
IX, 694. — âamma per tecu; X, 
5o I . — Curreret tibi aeiher ; VII, 4^* 

— Currens eques; VI , 8a. 

Currus Gapitolia terens; IX, 79. 

— Currum retorsit TiUn ^ VU, 3. — . 
Curm inyectus Gapitolia; VIU, 563. 

— Currus actij ib. 814. — lauriferi; 
V, 33a. — Pbariij X, 377. — Pom- 
peii ; IX , 599. — turbaţi xgide; VII, 
570. — . egit Eques { VUI, 810. — 
met» accedere cogit; ib, aoi. — or- 
nante togaj VU, i8. — reget non- 
dum patienţibus annis; I, 3 16. — ar- 
deutes^Tiun caligine condidit j ib. 54 1- 

— celsos GaUia sequeretar; UI, 77. 

— Pboebi conscendere; I, 48.-^ Cier- 
ribus solis succensus aether; ib. 6Sj. 

— tot gentes in urbexn duxit; VU , 

279- 

Cursus arctus; IX, 958. — bello- 
rum; X, 5o8. — Casaris; V, 335,— 
fati j VI , 4a3. — fatorum; V, 4i , a39. 

— fluminum; VI, 45. — incertus 5 X, 
460. — praeceps; VU, 336, 496. — 
rapidus; ib. 460 : VIU, 47^*- — «e- 
cundus}IV>.4^5. — ucitus; ib. 4a5. 

— yulneris; IX, 938. — fads da tur ; 
VU, 544* — «at crescerej VI, 347. 

— sint sagittisj VU, a3o. — superest 
telo post vulnerat UI, 468. — tor- 
quetur flexu^ X, 390. — Cursus s- 
terni secreta; V, 88. -— fiJucia Graios 
movet; UI, 358. — mora; X , a46. — 
Cursum ad litora declivem amne& ba- 
beant; IV, 1 1 4> -» longo gyro fraii- 



i58 



CUS 



g*T^ j III , 555. — mutant undăe ; V, 
^35. — furoris ridimus; I, 355. — 
pnecîpitem belii tcnuit; III, Sgi. •:— 
Cunu restituunt artiu ; IV, i53. — 
•xhaustiu ; VIII ,3. — gelidas supe- 
rayerat Alpes; I, i83. — cxco omnia 
traliis; II, 567. — celeri Tentus in- 
cendia tulit; III, 5oa. — meo sunt 
acta^y, 48a. — praecipiti ora portns 
petunt^ II, 706. — primo rapta moe- 
nia ; 11,653. — suliito collem con- 
scendere; IV, 32. — suo detertere 
ventura; VI, Sgi. — suo litera pepu- 
lisse^ IV, ai. — Cursus felices; IX , 
9^7. — vagi} X, ao3. — yetiti; V, 
574- — Cursus accipit ; VI , 374. — 
răpit ^ V, 4o3. — occultos Tigridis 
tteUus tegit; III, a6a. — Cursibus tec- 
tis sonuerunt amnes ; IV, 2I99. 

Curules yacu» loco cessere^ III , 

107. • 

Curvo : curvat rentus carchesia j 

V, 4^8. — Curvare nemus succisum ; 

IV, i38. -^ Curt/auere sinus carbasa ^ 

IX , 800. -^ Curvarts Scythiae litora j 

Vm, 178. — Curvantur brachia cir^ 

cum fontes; IV, 266. -^ juga roali ; 

n , 695. — Curvnti Tauri ungula pro- 

cederet; III , 255. — Cutvata cus- 

pide pila invadunt; I, 24^* "^ Cur^ 

vato robore silvae fit soniţs; I, 390. 

Ciirvus : curwce Tbessali» liţura ; V, 
65o. — Curvain super rup^m Vogesi : 
I» 397. — s. Curvo litere Tarbellicus 
aequer claudit; 1 , 420. — soli cessan- 
tis aratro; III , 45i . — Curva aqueraj 
V, 459. — litera 5 ii. 5 1 3 . 

Cuspis aequorea ; VI , 396. -^Nep- 
tunia; VII, 147. — CuspiJe crehra^ 
confixus ; III, 620. — curyata pila ; I , 
242. — fraterna Jupiter adjuyit ful- 
men; V, 624. — transactus; IX, 828. 
Custodia luci; IX, 362. — mentis 
erat Magno; VIII, 635. — pcrvigil 
paret alterne signe ; I V, 7 . 

Custor xyi yctcris yetustas; IV, 654. 
— cenchae; VI, 678. — Ulyrica un- 
dae; IV, 433. — Nilij VIII, 477. — 
PIiari;X,57.- sequarj VI, 734.— 



DAM 

Custdde nullo; VIII, 744* *~" domus , 
tenentur ; 1 , 26. — Custodes fatorum 
tripodes; V, 198. 

Cuti's exsiccaia; VIII, 690. — ri- 
ge^> VI, 95. —rupta; IX, 768. — 
Cutem tendit; ib. 762. 

Cjraneas cautes tellus emisit; II, 
716. 

Cybelen Almone parvo lotam reyo- 
cant; I, 600. 

Cyclops muuyit fulmina; VII, i5o. 

Cjrdones; VII, 229* 

Cjrllenis : CyUemda Harpen dirigit; 
IX , 676. — sustulit ; ib. 662. 

Cjrllenius arbiter est undae; X, 209. 

— melu celer haeret; I, 662. 
Cymba Memphitis papjro conaeri- 

tur;IV, i36. 

Cjrnosura baud uUis carinia ccrtior; 
III, 219. — propior mari; VIII, 180. 

— segnis; IX, 54o. 
Cjrnthia cernu dubitanda; IV, 6e. 

— moesta; VIII ,721. — exactum or- 
bem cenderet; II, 577. — tertia gra- 
yido cernu pluyialis; I, ai8. 

Cjrpros,- VUI, 456 : IX, 117. -« 
Cyniraea; VIU, 716. — Cjrpri »co- 
puli; ib, 46i. — Cypro qued Cato 
yexii; III, 164. 

CjrrencB^ IX , 874. — Cyrenamm 
• moenia ; ib, 297. 

Cjrrus regnisagmina deducens^IU, 
285. — Crn arya; VIU, 226. 

Cftheraf IX, 37. 

D. 

Daje : Daas errare yetitos; VU . 

Dacas Getasque motura clade; II , 
296. 

Dacus hinc premat, inde Oetes; II, 
54. ^ Daci^ VIII, 424. — Dads 
Getes admixtus; III, 95. 

Dalmaticus Boreas; V, 379. — Dai- 
maticis obnoxia fluctibus Ancon j II , 
4o2. 

Damascus yentesa; III, 21 5. 
Da:7ino : damnat acto; VIII, a5. — 



DE 

causam miles ; V, 247. — sceleris; 
'VIU, 4^' — Damnasti solum; IX, 
858. — Damnauii munera ; ib. io35. 

— Doctihus Argos; VII, 45^* — di©* 
fau; VIII, 33a. — Damnarat nion- 
tem sacris; VI , 64i — pietatis; VI , 
507. — Damnaverit leto ine hora^ 
IX, 87. — Damnare arma; IV, 338. 

— caput Pompeii; V, îoS. — bella , 
ut nefast VII, 1^1. — fortunara; ib. 
649. — fugam; IV, 270. — leto; 
VIII , 483 — nefas; V, 47 1. — Dam- 
nasse consilium; VIII, 3^8. — fidem; 
ib, 127. — Pharon; IX, 1080. — 
Damnantur busto Phariae arenae^II, 
733. — DamnabiturtenehTiS'^ IX, 986. 

— DamnaUis leto ; VIII , 570. — lu- 
mina sorano; IX, 363. — Damnata 
fato maritos in cladem detrahere; III, 
aa. — fastis AUia ; VII , 409* — *«1~ 
lu8 j VI , 4i3. — lux ; IV, 534. — so- 
ror; VIII, 5oo. — Damnatum hoc 
caput in poenas exponere ; 11 , 307. — 
DamnatoB Phoebo victore Celense; DI, 
ao6. — Damnata arma; IV, 359. — 
manibus suiş bella; V, 3 11. — trişti 
loco moenia ; I, 249. — signa; IV, 217. 

Damnum cladesque; IV, 5i4« '— 
aquarum; X, 3o7. — putamus armo- 
rum; III, 365. — fug»; V, 336. — 
reparabile; X, 429- — vernum; VIII, 
469. — Damno alterius perire; IV, 
277. — majore coitur in prxlia; II, 
aa6. — Damna movent populos; III , 
i5i. — belii; VII, 85o. — priores 
tulimus; II, 537. -— mundi; IX, 44^* 

— Parthica Romanos furores solve- 
runt; I, 106. — Phar»alica; VII, 787. 

— sepulcri; VIII, 75o. -— Gallica 
supplevit ; II , 47^. — Damnis flebilis ; 
VII , 691 . — Damnosum avum ; IX , 
3i6. 

Danaes partus Perseus; IX, 659. 
Danubius'f îl, ^igiUlf aoa. 

Dapes qua te contineant; VI, 740* 

Dardaniam tenet Oricon ; III , 

187. — Dardanii coloni (Capyis) 

Canipana moenia tenuit; II, 393. 

De Caesare meruit pejus^ IX , io65. 



DEC 159 

— cespite vellere; IV, 4i4* "~ ^^^ 
pore sudor; IV, 6a3. — culmine il- 
lum petit morte; VIII, 70a. — fiito 
quaerere; ib. 49. — fonte undam pos- 
cere; IX, 6x8. — funere est pugnaţ 
VI, 8xx. — genero Marş secundus; 
VI , 5. — litore spirat aura; VIII, a46. 
— - litore surgens ignis; IX , 74. — ma- 
tre dedit fratres ; X , 78. — more ; IV,' 
417. — ossibus surgentem herbam rel- 
lere; VII, 865. — parte solită; V, 
610. -^ pectore elapsus; IX, 80. >— 
pectore yoces erupere; ib, a 55. — 
puppe salutat; VIII, 596. — rebua 
actum; IX, a53. — rupe pependit ; 
VI , 47a. — sanguine ferre poenas; IV, 
8o5. — sanguine rores; IX, 698. — 
stirpe aliquis; ib, 89. — Superis ti- 
mere ; VII , 76. — vertice despicitur ; 

V, 638. — victis poena ; IX , 399. — 
vobis bene merentur ; VI , 7 18. 

Dece ultrices; X, 337. 

Debeo : debet hic multas mortes 
ante suam; II, 8a. — quid yictoria 
ferro ; VI , 1 3 1 . — quod Superis ; X ^ 
4i5. — Roma nullum civilibus armis; 
I, 44*~~' ^^^^ poenas Parthia;. VII , 43i • 

— urbs colii quod non est insula ; VI , 
a5. — Debent sibi finem ; VII , 811. 

— Debuit qua ira ; X, 5i6. -— Z)«- 
bebis cuncta carinae ; V, 535. — ' De^ 
bere alicui vulnera; IV, 547* — caput 
generi; IX, io43. — fatis Martem; 

VI, 5 — plus nobis; IX, io3i. — 
Titam clienţi ; ib. 1 096. — ^ Debentes 
multum Tatibus; ib. 963.'— Debenti* 
bus annos fatis ; VI , 53o. — Debetur 
mundo caput; X, 393. — Tulnus gla*" 
diis; IV, 56x. — Debita fatis; VUI, 
4x5. — Magno sceptra ; ib. 44^* 

Debilis arcu incerto; VIII, 373. 

Decantat tribus; V, 394- 

Decens monile colla adstrinxit; II , 
363. 

Decerno: decreuit ^Siti^ IX, 1 10. — 
seponere; V, 7a5. — Decrevere non- 
dum numina nefas; ib. 2o4« — De- 
cernere hoc primum; ib. ai. — letum ; 
IV, 486. — Decretam est genero, so^ 



i6o 



DEC 



cenun depellere; 1, 290. — • Decreta 
l»elli Muatus coosalibuft maDdatj I, ^Sg. 

lUcerUt pieUs cum fatis^ YIU, 77. 

Deeet deesse^ YUI, 534. — tripo- 
das ion; VI, 771. — Tire» fateri ^ 
¥111,537. ^ Decebat le praBstSLTe ^ 
\II, 681. — Decuit carinas fulgens 
tutelat III,5ii. — qua do}or^ÎL,84* 

— Deeebit părere ^ IX , 96. — ^ Deceat 
qusnam succurrere ; VIU , 378. — tî- 
ros fagiase; IX, ^o6. 

Decido: decidit huic sanguis; IX, 
7o3. — in terram; ib. 899. — Decidat 
per fulmina aether; II , 58. -— Gaurtis 
in futidum Averni ; II , 668. 

Decimus fluctua; V, 972. — Deci" 
jna castra; ib. 67 4> 

Decipio : decipis orbem ; VIII, S^o, 

— Deeipit me amor tuus ; V. 748. — 
Dtcepit somnos nox; VII, 8. — sx- 
cula^ IX, 6a3. — Deceptura malis 
fortuna^ IV, 71a. — Decipitur^ VII, 
760. -^ Decepta juventus ; IV, 3a3. 

— spe mortis \ VIII , 61 . — \ixi5 IX, 
99. — Deceptce manus ^ V, 809. 

Decivs : Decii, pater et JiUus, 
dewoti^ n, 3o8 : VI, 785 : VII, 359. 

DecUnet in autumnum ; X , a36. 

DecUvem ad litora cursum amnes 
habeant; IV, 1 14* ■— * Declives undae; 
ib. 4^7 . — Declivia mootis dexteriora; 
II, 4^1- 

Decolor seges ; VII , 85i . 

Decoquit membra j IX, 776. 

Decoram, vix saecula Jonga sic me^^ 
ruisse ; II , x x6. -— Decora fronie cx- 
saries ; VIU , 680. — Decoros vix nu- 
rih^ks cultus gestare; I, 164. — De- 
cora per colla crinibus eâusis ^ 1 , 44^* 

Decrescit aequor; V, 338. — »• um- 
bra; IV, i54' 

Decurro : decurrit ad aquora; VIII, 
715. — amnis; ib. 466. — vertice 
Piudi Edonis; I, 675. — Decurrite 
ad fluminis ripam j II , 483. — De- 
currant agmina Susis ; II , 49- — De- 
currere^ VIII ,224» — ad amoes ; IV, 
366. — carapislate; IV, 733. — lam- 
pas solet; X, 5oa. '' — pasau eiTuso; 



DEF 

IV, 371.—- per noctis tempiu solit» 
stellaej I, 536. 

Decus stemum urbi conligit; UI, 
389. — formx; VIII, 664. — Haemo- 
nidum; VI, 590. — imperii; VII, 
588 : IX, 747. — magnum plus pa- 
tria potuisse; I, 174. — patria; VII, 
597. — pelagi Caesareis armis addidit; 
m, 76a. — victi Orionis; IX, 836. 
Dedecus ^gyptij X, 59. — belii ; 
VI , a48. — breve «vi meruisse ; II , 
1x7. — ■ victoribus; VIII, 6o5. — /)e- 
decori^eAt fortuna; i^. 3i. 

Dedignor : dedignatur iter; VI, 
xaa. 

Dedisco : dedidiât pace ducem; I, 
x3i. 

Dedita sacris incerţi Dei Judaea ; 
U, 59a. 

Deduco : deducunt carbasa nautae; 
II, 697. — Deduxit nubes sol in x- 
quora; V, 54i. •— /^eciuxerat penitus 
compressum hostemy III , 701 . '-~ De- 
ducens agmina regnis; ib. a84. "— De* 
ducere agmina a Petra; VI, 70. — 
DeducU coloni; IV, 397. — fretis re- 
ges; II, 394. — iDei/iicta sidera polo; 
VI, 5oo. — terris agmina; VII, aaa. 
Dejectus pati; VII, 4* 
Defendit xquor; VI, 376. — tur- 
bine; IX, 3aa. — onus navon a flu- 
ctu ; V, 586. — se ab xquore ; IX , 
3o6. — templum ab auro; IX, 5a i. 

— Defendunt caput hydri; IX, 673. 

— terras suas venti; V, 6u. — De-»^ 
fenderal quidquid Indos; IV, 67. — 

Defendens urbem; VI , 18. — Defen- 
sum iitus j ib, 480. -^ compage cere- 
brum; ib. 177. 

Defensor adest; X, 488. 

Defero : detulit xlber faces; VII ^ 
157. — cadavera in terras; VIU, 439- 
— • palus tecta ferarum; IV, 101. — 
Deferret rates in medium Athon ; II , 
677. — Defertur missa ratis ; IV, 43o. 

— Delaius pelago iu terram; II, 88. 
Defessus in arvis sonipes; VI, 84* 

— Defesso milite cratem rupit; III, 
485. — Defessi artus; IX, 745. 



DEJ 

Deficit aequorj IX, 3 1 8. — Defi- 
ciat^ ib, ^oi, — Defectxu; VI, 25a. 

— epulis^ X, 261. — Defectam solu- 
tumque vocet; II, 56o. — Defecta 
jacuit; 1,695. —DefmAa Uia; IV, 
757.— membra; IV, 600. — Defectis 
robore neryis; III, 625. 

Dejixus lumina ; VI , 658. 

Deflagrare^ IV, a8o. 

Deflecto : deflectis itcr rapidum ^ 
III, 337. "-^ Deflectere car'mam^\, 
789. — viri mentem sermone; III, 384* 

Dejleo : defles quod; VIII , 85. — 
DefUre mortem; IX, 170. 

Defluit in campos ^tna; VI, agS. 

— Defluxiltaibea ab «there; VII, 839. 
Deformis c«Ii facies; IV, io5. — 

dolor; VOI, 81. —^ pallore j ib, 56. — 
truncus arena jacet ; I, 685. — De- 
f or mia arma ; VIII , 598. — • fratris 
ora rogo imponere; II, 169. 

Defunclus pater ^ VIII , 48 ' • — ▼®- 
nit ad igoes; VI, 825. — Defunctum 
magna ex parte cadater^ III, 720. — • 
corpus j VI , 63 1 . — Defuncţi patres ^ 
VII, 179. 

Degener^ VIII, 676, 693. — di- 
missis armis eam^ III, 367. -Spetea 
Romamj II, 523. — hostis; IV, 344* 

— milesj IX, 5o5. — populusj II, 
116. — rogus^IX, 4» — Degeneris 
metus yenia est; III, i49« — Dege~ 
nerem patiere togam; I, 363. •— />e- 
generes^ IX , 267. — animi; VI, ^ly, 

— Degeneres latebrae; X, 44^* 
Degere yitam ; IV, 358. 
Degustat thymum; VI , 287. — 

Degustant artus; VII, 844* 

Dehiscent terrx ; 1 , 645. 

Dejicio : dejecit aciem in agres; 
IV^ 745. — membra alesj VII, 84o. 

— Dejieere ab aggere pelagi; V, 674. 

— Dejectusj VIII, 27. — fa tis; ib. 
206, 344. —sol; VU, i36. "-Dejec- 
turn m pelagus corpus; III, 660. •— 
Dejecta mari tela le^ut; III , 691 . — 
Dejectis rupibus xquor obstruit ; II , 
662. 

Dbjotjrvs a Senatu laudaius ^ 

II, Pars altera. 



. DEN 



161 



V, 55. — ad Parthos missus^ VIII, 
210. — Dbjotarvm fidum per ar^ 
ma ; V, 55. — jubet ire in deuia mmndiţ 
VIII, 210. 

Delabitur alto; IX , 41* — Vultur- 
nus celer; II, 4^2. — Delapsce Helles 
yernus portitor; IV, 57. — Delapsa 
caelo arma; IX, 47^. — templis suit 
dona ; I, 557. 

Delectus sceleri; VIII, 538. — De- 
lecta Gymnasiis juyentus; VII, 270. 

Delectus Atbenas exhausit ; III, 181. 

Deleo : delere yacat Massiliam ; III , 
36o. — DeletcB funera geotis ulcisci : 
II, 84. 

DelicioB fecere quantum scelerum ; 
X,478. 

Delicta dabant animum; X, 347. 

Deliteo : delituit cayernis; IX, 1 u. 

Delos : Deli tripodes; VI, 4a5. 

Delphica sedes; V, 1 ia. -^ a Bren^ 
no incensa^ib, i34> — Delphici ora-" 
culi origo , et descriptio , et unde re- 
sponsa ; ib. 84 , etc. — omnihus paiet 
praster sceleratos; ib. io3. — tacet , 
et quaref 111, i32,e£c. 

Delphica Fhoebi penetralia; V, 70. 

— trieterica; ib, ']\. 

Delphin incertus provocat «ipior; 
V, 552. 

Delubra diyitiis yiolata; IX ^ 5ao. 

— tenent moestx cateryae| II, 29. 
Deniens^ VUI, 781. — heu de- 

mensj II, 575. 

Demergo : demerserat Titan tantum 
igniferiorbis; III, 41* 

Demitiere utero; VI, it5. •~Z>e- 
missus faucibus ensis; VII, 621. •— 
pelago; VUI, 159. — sol ; IX, 625. 

— Z)e7/<moj yelarunt flammea yultus; 
II, 36i. — Demissa a Superis arma ; 

IX, 477. 

Dens flexus;IX, 764. — insomnia; 
IV, 552. — Dtntis sensus; IX, 739. 
— • Dente ferai*um r ap ido ; X , 5 1 7 . — 
in dente fatum minantur ; IX, 61 5. 

— Dentes nivei; X, i44' — rabidi ; 
ib. 446. — ruricolae ; VII , 859. — 
impressit Usemorihois; IX, 806. -^ 

11 



i6a 



DEP 



Dentibus arttis siccat ; IX , 934* 
Dense : densius ; VI , 289. 
Denso : densant agmina robur ; VII, 

aai. -^ Densatur globus ^ IV, 780. — 

Densantur nubes m largos imbres^ 

ib, 76. 

Densus : Densi inter agmina rulgi ; 

II, aoi. "- compagem solvere muri^ 

III, 491 • — Densa silva ^ VI , 2o5. — 
DenscB silvae robora^ III, 36a. — 
Denso aere ignis formas varias dedit ^ 
I, 53 1. — aggere firmant mcenia^II, 
449* — Densa iuvenum yallata co- 
rona moenia^ III, 374* — testudine 
tecta virtus; ib. 474* — Densum ag- 
inen j X, 543. — Denso xquore Maeo- 
tica palus gentes tenet^ II, 640. ~ 
robore se sustinuit silva ^ III , 444* — 
Densi crines; IX, 68a. — cuneij VI , 
184 : VII, 497' — imbres; IX, Sao. 
-^Denscs arboresjVI, 126. — ca- 
tenrae; VII, 492' — classesj X, 537. 

— nubes ; VIII , 721. — tenebra ; VII , 
616. — umbra ; VI , 83o. — Densa 
arma; ib. 3o8. — Densos globos invol- 
yere nubes; IV, 73. — Densas in vel- 
lera nubes sparserat Phoebu»; IV, 134* 

— toUenlia pinnas brachia; III, 386. 

— Densis incedere castris; I, 478. — 
Densissima silva stabat inter montes 
nudatos;III , 4^8. 

DepasU campi; IX, 182. 
Depellere socerum regno; I, 289. 

— solie ; IV, 690. — Depellitur arce 
Esculea ; II , 468. — Depellatur Eryx 
in undas ţ II, 666. — Depulsus pa- 
rens; IX , 1028. — Depulsa locis clas- 
sis; ib, 368. — sceptris; X, 87.— 
Depulsi tyranni; VI, 791. — DepuU 
sis hostibus oppressa arces ; II , 654* 

Dependit tempora amori; X, 80. 

— Dependisse caput armis; VIII, 10 1 . 
Depexus crinis; IX, 635. 
Deplorat pericîiram sobolem; VI 9 

788. 

Depono : deposuit roatrona priores 
cultus ; II , 29. — Depone vanum fu- 
rorem ; II, 83. — Deponere signa jus- 
BMs miles; I, 236. — victrices aqiiila» 



DES 

jussus; 1 , 339. — Depositum pignus; 
VIII, 191. — Deposito poplite;Ly 
61 3. — fati pondere ; VII , 687, 

Deposco : deposcite pugnam votis ^ 
II, 533. — J^josce ducem; V, 296. 

Depositum , Fortuna , tuum texerc ; 

II, 7a. 

Deprecor servari; IX, 21 3, — ul- 
tima fata; VII, 38i. 

Deprendit carbasa Auster; IX, 32 ţ. 
— rates unda ; V, ^^. — ruina si- 
gna; VI, 281. ^~ Deprendere Ma- 
gnum; V, 738. — nefas; IV, 172. — 
timet luci dominum; III, 4^5. — De- 
prensus exercitus inter fluvios; IV, 
335. — Deprensa virtus; ib, 469. — 
numero locoque virtus; VI, 160. — 
Deprensum est; IX, 53 1, 826. 

Deprimitur aer; V, 629. — Z)c- 
pressa humus; VI , 642. — cantu 
luna; ib. 6o5. — Depressum tumulo ^ 

VIII, 82. 

Derogat famam avo; IX, 359* 
Desceuit ira ; V, 3o3. — in arlus ; 

VI, 540. 

Descendis ad umbras; IX, 818. — 
Descendit ab origine; VI, 611. — 
aratrum; ib. 383. — arundo in caput ; 
ib. 216. — bine Pytbon; ib. 4o8. — 
in antrum; X, 19. — in campum mi- 
los; IV, 7o3. — in mare Tibris; VI, 
77. — in undas ratis; III, 63o. — 
qua venter in ilia ; III , 724* ■" Xer- 
xes; ib. 286. — Descendite e bustis; 
VI, 808. — Descenderit; ib. 653. — 
Descendere canos in frontem passus 
erat; II, 375. — i» campo8;.VlI, 
237. — in eventus; V, 67. ^ jubet ; 

IX, 535. — penitus nulii ferro conti- 
gît; I, 3i. — te ex hoc regnaSuIla 
doceat; ib. 335.— Descendens ani- 
ma; VI, 714» — Marsya ripi» erecţia^. 
III, 207. — miles; VII, 21 5. 

Descisco : desciuii fortuna trium^ 
phis lassata; II, 728. 

Deseco : desecta hydra; IV, 635. 

Descris arcem Luceria; II, 47î*» — 
agros; VII, 821. — arma; ib. 606J — 
/)e5eri{ (Apenninus) Hesperiam^ II,. 



DES 

43a. — caslra j VIII, 533. — Hilei- 
«lam^ IV, 145. — mentes fcnrorj ib. 
279. ^ sedem ; VI, 3i4. — Deseritis 
feroces Blieni ripas^ I, ^5. — Dese- 
ruit arva rastris j V, 4^ ^~ gentett ; 

VIII, 509. — latebras^ X, 39. — li- 
tora^ VIII, 4^0* — ^^ partem suij 

IX, 3io. — ~ trepidantis moenia Rom»^ 

III, 398. — Deseruere fixa tentoria 
Lenianno ; 1 , 396. — Romam viri ; III, 
9a. — signa ineatus suos y 1 , 664* — * 
tecla caaes; VII, 8^9. — • Desereris 
audito bellorum murmure; 1, 5ao. — 
Deseritur insula; IV, 44^- — Sti*y- 
mon; III, 199. — Tauri uemus^ ib, 
2 25. — DeserVus limes; IX ,- 4o8» •t- 
Orontes accedit^III, 214. — utroque 
jugo Paroasus; ib. 173. — ' Deşerta 
domus; IX, 23 1. — Desertas mcenia 
Luc» ÎDcoluit; I, 586. — Deşerta 
puppe desilit; I, 5oi. •'^ stamus in 
urbe ; III, 129. — Deşerta natura ri- 
gente aequora; V, 44^' — arva; VI, 
572. — busta ; ib. 5x1. — castra con- 
spiciens ; IV, i48. -^ dispendia; VIII , 
2. — pignora;VII, 347» 

Deşerta secans; X, 3i3. — sequi; 

vm, 12. 

Deses natura ; IX , 436. 

Desidiosa apis ; IX , 288. 

Designat membra ; IX ,925. 

Desiiit in flammas; U, 159. — ^ in 
fluctus magister; I, 5oi. 

Desinit Argum cognoscere ; III , 
7^6. — loqui; Vj i6i. — Desisset 
Agavej VII, 880. 

Desistere coepto compulit; III, i44* 
-^ Desiste tentare; V, 744* 

Desolata fuga munia valii; IV, 701 . 

Desperare diem gentes coegit; I, 
543. — viam ; V, 574* — Desperasseţ 

IV, 5i2. 

Despicit Arctos quos populos; I , 
458. — e culmino cuncta ; V, a5l. — 
Despexit Athenas; X, 29. — Despi- 
citur Pontus; V, 639.— Despecla lux; 
iV, 568. — turba, senes; V, 333. 

Desponderit sibi arces; VII, 758. 

Despumet in herbas luna; VI, 5o6. 



DET 



i63 



Destiliat iu ignem; VIII, 777. — 
Destillant tabe inguina;IX, ^72. 

Destituit mouumenta renim «tas; 
VII, 398. — spiritus fauce8;V, i33. 
-— tua vulnera sanguis; III, 746. — 
Destituunt fides et pietas ; V, 298. — 
Las vadă; IX, 335. — quem numina; 

V, 582.— verba mentem; V, 732. — 
Destituam canes in luce; VI, 734. — 
Destiluat ferens ventus pelagua; I, 
4i3. — Destituere ducem; V, 244» 

Destringere ferrum in victos ; VII , 
3i3i — - Destringuni ramos milites; 
IV, 317. 

Destruit animos; VIII, il8. — me- 
ritum;IX, 1042. 

Desueta meduUx; VI, 753. — sil- 
vis fera;lV, 237. 

Desum : deest jejunus venditor pi^ 
lato auro ; IV, 97 . — Desunt campi ; 
VI ,4^* — manus poscentibus arvis: 
I, 29. — Dec numina; ib, 349* — - 
Deerat dextera rapietido leto; IV, 
345. — robur ire in enses; VII, 669. 
-^tibi fiducia noştri; I, 362. — De- 
erant prasagia ; VIII , 57 x . — Defuit ; 

VI, 673. — armis quod; IX, X0X7- 

— Emathiae; VIII, 390. — nuUiA aria 
parens; II, 35. — sibi nondum bos- 
tis ; I , a3. — Deerit sanguis; IV, ai 6, 

— Desit si larga Ceres; III, 347- — 
Desint robora; VIU, 738. — Deesse 
adversis ; ib. 534* — cumulo vironim i 
VI, x53. •— Deis, non sibi numina; 
^» 499* — •ol^^ quantum lunx; HI , 
42. — marito; VIII, 578. — mihi 
bostes nocet; III, 365. — ruina; VI j 
xo. — triumpbis; VIII, 23o. ^ ve- 
nenis; IX, 853. 

Desuper Alpis nubifer» colles; 1^ 
688. 

Detegit animos; V, 322. — Ilistrofl 
dies; IV, 529. — Detexit caput; IX , 
lo33. — X)e{€^6 ferrum ; III, 128.— 
Detectus Marş; X, 346. — Detecto 
Garamante ; IX , 46o. 

Deterreat nos ausis; X, 375. 

Detestanda Deis; VI, 43i. 

Detraho : detrahimus dominos urbi| 



i 



i64 



DEU 



I, 35 1. — Detrahe ten» criraen ; 
VIII, ia5. — Vetrahere maritos in 
cladem; III, aix. 

Detrudit muris pectora; VI, i^5. 
•'- Detrusithas in Austrum; IX, 334* 

Deucalioneos fudisset Aquarius im- 
bresj I, 653. 

Deus pauper; IX, Sig. — posuit 
omnia medio campo ; VII, 348. — 
qui mundum cogit; VI, 498> — quis 
esse Telis Natura juris tui relinquet^ 
I, 5a. — celator Nili ; X, a86. — 
caelij V, 88. — Dei incerţi sacris de- 
dita Judsa; II, SqS. — sedes; IX, 
578. — Deo • nulii curata mortalia ; 
VII, 4^5. — Deum soUicitare; I, 65. 

— carmina habent; VI, 498. — quem 
factura es ; IX , 604. — J^^o id agente; 
X, 265. — Dei celant victuros, felix 
esse mori j IV, 519. — cladem manes- 
que minentur; III, 36. -— constituere 
no8 in carina; IV, 49^* "-' i^osci vo- 
lentes; X , 181. ^ votis digni ; VII , 
637. — prope avertere; V, a4o. — 
et fala j VIII , 486. — vel homines ; 

V, 271. — ^gy pti ; X , i Sg. — Erebi ; 

VI, 5i3. — infern i venere in viscera 
tauri; I, 634- — Tarpeii; VIU, 863. 

— magici; VI, 577. — savi; VII, 
725. — secundi; IX, 1098. — />« ,• 
VII, 3i 1 : IX, 848. — cinerum; IX , 
990. — raelius; II , 537 • m> 9^' — 
noo dent tibi mortera;. VII, 470* — 
visa secundent; I, 635. — Deonim 
aururo; VIII, \^i. — bellum; IX, 
657. — crimen Ptolemxus; V, 59. — 
culmina; VIII, 818. — doli; VII, 86. 

— invidia; IV, 244' — manes; VI, 
809. — multum est in gente; VIII, 
3o8. — sortis ignarum genus ; III , 3 1 8. 

— moesta simulacra ; ib. ^xi. — tem- 
pla; IX, 967. — vox.r ib. Sţg. — 
Deum consilium^ VIII, 849- — cri- 
men; ib. 55, 800. — cultus; X, 18. 

— dilata mors; VI , 698. — fata ser- 
vant; I, 599. — formâe; X, 179. — 
invidia; IX, ^. — irae patuere; II, i. 

— lege Olympus nubes excedit; II , 
a;2. — nionstra; VII, 172. — mu- 



DEV 

nera nondum intellecta; V, 528. — 
sponte impulerat nubila; I, 234.*— 
respectus; VIII, 4^'- — sacra rilu 
barbara ; III, 4o4- — sedes Roma ; i&. 
91. — templa; IX, 62. — in templis 
jurabit; VII, 459» — Deos coepisse si 
fas est; VIII, ^5^. — cecinere; I, 
566. — indigetes flevisse; 1 , 556. — 
in venit violata potestas; III, 126.— 
nosse solis vobis datum; I, 4^^* — 
quos timeant , non nosse: III , 4^ 7* — 
sparsurus creditur; II, 100. — spo- 
liarcsi jubeas; I, 379. — summa dare 
faciles; ib. 5 10. — terribiles scelerum 
viderat ; II , 80. — transisse senserat ; 

VII, 647. — obstrictos babuerecom- 
mercia pacii; VI, 494* — Lethaeos ex- 
cantare; i5. 685. — Deis aeterna regna 
magno parantur ; 1 , 35. -— dooasse 
repletos vita quod superest; III, 243. 

— jacentes ignovere; II, 93. — irata 
acies;VIII, 665. — lucum cessere; 

III, 4^3. — neglectus; X, 177. — 
obicit Pompeium ; IX , 1 88. — par- 
cerc;VI , 599. — placuit victrix causa ^ 

I, 128. — vim facere; VI, 44^* — 
supposilis uram caput; IX, 161. — 
a saevis permissa tempora; III, 743. 

— Dis credere ; VII, 77. — placitum ; 
X, 417. 

Dewerto : deueitit acies victor; II, 
470. — Devertere^ VI, 3x7. — ven^ 
tura cursu; ib. 591. 

Devexus in Austrum xlber; III, 
25o. — Haemus; VI, 676. — terra- 
rura margo; IX, 497- — Deyexas 
adspicit ( Apenninus ) Alpes; II, 4^*9* 
~~ Devexa mundi; X, 39. 

Deuincio : devinxit hos amore ; 

VIII, i55. 

De\>iiis : deuia mundi ; V, 1 33 : VIII, 
209. — lerra; VI, 33x. — terrarumf 

IV, 161. 

Devolvit agmen moenibus; II, 49 1* 

— in sequora sil vas; II , 409^ 
Devotus sacris senex; X^ 176. -^ 

Deuotum Decium caterv» presaere ; 

II, 3o8. — Devota juventus ; IV, 533. 

— castris; t^. 695. — manibus; VIII, 



DIG 

91. — Det^ti ad certam morteni ten- 
dunt^ II, 272. — tibi muri; VIII, 
1x2. — Devotas in praelia dextras ac- 
cipe; III, 3x1. 

Dexter Marş ; VII , aao. — Dcx- 
trum latus ; IX, 419* — Ixvnmque 
tuetur latus; III, 584- — Dexterior 
rota; VIII, aoo. — Dexteriora petens 
mootis declivia; I, 43i. 

Dextera fortis ; IV , 345. — dat 
quod debet Superis; X, 4 '5. — tua 
reslituat me; ib, 88. ; — yaJet în tor- 
quendo pilo; II, 556. — Dextra con- 
specto pareute lapguebit ; IU , 3^. — 
fefellit quemquam ; IV, SSq. — haec 
vacaret bello; VIII, 601. — magistri 
ratjem ayertit; III, 599. — pareutum 
Golligit- coUa ; II , 167. : — oculos morţi 
dausura ; V, 280. — Telonis puppim 
dirigit;III, 59a. — lemeraria; VIII, 
795. — DextrcB violatae neglectum te 
macta^ere; II, 126. — ciTilis vulnera 
sedent; 1 , 3a. — adbaret gladius; IV, 
1148. — polluta oscula fixisse ; II, 114. 
•'— Dextrain patris invitat ad lumina 
claudenda; III, 740. — suam raptu- 
rus; ib, 616. — Dextra qua exierit 
lancea; IV, aoi. — invita omnia pe- 
ragam; I, 378. — properante operi 
vixsufficiunt; III, 18. — sil^nlia jus- 
sit; I, 298. r- ţremenţe; IX, 675. — 
trepidante exegere eosem ; IV, 664. — 
victrici in sua viscera conversus; I, 3. 
•— Dextrce civiles (sanguiuem) hau- 
•erunt; ib. i^. — docta;; V, 706. — 
famulse; IV, 207. — hae facient; VII , 
387. — infestae; VIII , i49- — ^'e* > 
X, 338. — Dextras exigit victoria; 
VII , 366. — in praelia devotas accipe; 

m,3n. 

Diadema Pellaeum ; V, 60. 

Diana : Diance Scythicae rpgna; III, 
35. — Don mitior Taranis ara; 1, 1^6. 
— Diance Mycenaeae Aricia sacrata ; 

Dico : dixii ,• VIU , 1 46, 582 : IX , 
55, 283, 616. — se Trilonlda; IX, 
354. — semel auctor; ib, 575. — Di- 
xere nefas Bruţi; VIII, 640.— i>txc- 



DIE 



i65 



ratfl, 352.— at;IV, 363; VI, 624: 
VII , 608 : IX , i65. — Dicent scelus 
nominc; VIII, 609. — Diezii, 81 3. 

— magna mercede; VI, 762. — ubi 
sit; IX, 123. — Dicat ut Caesar; X, 
i3o. — Dicere scopulos, venas fluvii; 
ib. 3o5. — sepulcrum hoc; VIII, 794. 

— Dixisse boc Jovem; IX, 584* — 
Dicturi vera Superi; ib. 555. -— Dieta 
baec ubi; II, 5 00. — Dictu mirabile; 

V, 672. 

Dictcea manus; VI , 2x4* — litora ; 
IX , 39. — saxa ; IV, 32a. — Dictmis 
colonis possessa urbs; II, 610. 

Dictator summum bonorem conţi- 
git; V, 383. — eam ad umbras; ib. 
667. 

Dicto : dictante -irai j Y, 319. 

Dictum : dicta perferre; X, 349- 

— placida; i6. 175. 

Diduxit coruua eques; VII, 5o6. 

— Diducta lux ; V, 543. — Diducto 
robore ratis latus tuetur; III , 584* — 
Diducta mersa carina aequora; i&.632. 

— DiducUs proris coroua extendunt; 
ib. 547. 

Dies incensus; IX , 499* — longus 
imissumma permiscuit; III, 139. — 
longior miscuit partem arvis; VII, 
845. — medius; IX, 616. — flagraţ- 
tibus aestuat horis ; I, 16. — njUnius; 
IX , 43a. — uube Ixsus; V, 456. — 
par pmnibus annis; VII, 4^7* — V^ 
iile, quis fuit iile ; II , 99. — cum sole 
serenus oppressit; V, 70 x. — Tbessa- 
licus; VII , 203. — ultimus malorum ; 

VI, 3x2.— -unus; VIU, 468, 703.— 
surgit in niedium; IV, x55. — ; texit 
lampada; IX , xoo6. — tibi curreret ; 
VU , 4^*4' — i^«c* aurorae proraissa ; 
VIU, 779. — clara; VII, 787 : IX , 
836. — dilata nocte; VI, 462. — illa 
baec est; VU, a5ţ. — miracula fati 
praebuit; IU, 634- — i«ta ierit; VI, 
x58. — lasta; IX, 1097. — librata; 
ib. 539. — nostra jaceret sub nocte; 
ib. i4> — prima belii Mai te cessavit ; 
IV, 24. — et ultima mundi; V, 181. 
— summa ; VII, igS : VIU , 29 : IX , 



i 



i6G 



DIF 



ao8. — suprema; X, 4>- — ultrix 
ţladios visuraj VU, 78a. — una j VIII, 
33a. ^ Caesaris; X, 533. — Diem 
Fhjirsalicae cladÎB nescire ; VII, /^ii. 

— accipere j ib» 9a. -- admisere fronde 
carentesi III, 444* — adiollit Titan ^ 

VI, 333. — adyenuse; VII, i3i. — 
cerne nostro munere^ II, 5i3. — da- 
bit Thessaliae^ VII , 4^4* — desperare 
gentes coegit^ I, 543. •— donassent 
patrizy VII, 3i. — nox caelo seque- 
tur; I, 91. -— extremum senis prseci- 
pitasie; II, 106. — flagitat virtus; 
Vn, 343. — foedasse diras Tolucres; 
I, 558. — inceudere remotae nubes ; 
IV, 68. — lucifer refugit; II, 735. ^ 
medium ducit Titan j VI, 572. — mi- 
«itj X, 434* — mutarej VIII , 217. 

— nocte mutat; X, aoa. — paliere 
miranturj VII, 178. — placuisse Su- 
peris^ ib. 339. — poscet siLi Fhoebe; 
1 , 79. ^~ pronum ducens Pliaelon ; II, 
41a. — rupit fulmen ; 1 , 1 53. — sus- 
tinuere j IX , 905. — violare ; ih, 46a. 

— UDam ruptis legibus donavere^ IV, 
Qg. — io medium stellae venere; I , 
53^. — Bie feriri î VI, 744- — ^^ 
durescere valles incipiunt; IV, 139. 
«— sub quocumque ; VII , 1 89. — Dies 
continui ; X , a4l> — extremi in unum 
tempus conrenerej I, 65i. — Dies 
Caesar teneat, Julia noctes; IU, a7. 
•— hos fortuna perdidit; ib. 394. — 
primos belii visura tumultus exoritur; 
I, a33. — Tertitpolus; VIII, 293. 

Differo : distulil uiterius fatum ^ 
X, 5 16. — Distulimus in diem re- 
mearc triuraphos; VII, 256. — DiJ- 
fertc hune dolorom; II, 39. — ^ Diffe- 
rat an atasj IX, 568. — Differret 
bellum^ III, 5a. — Distulerint ne 
corpus canes^ IX, 1^1. — Differre'y 

VII, 107. — paralis nocuit; I, 281. 

— diem; V, 742. — tormenla mora^ 
ib. 79a. — Dilatus in ortus Caesar ; X , 
433. — - Marş; IX, a64. — Dilata 
manusţ VIII, 708. — Dcum mors 
torqucl; VI, 698. — nocle dies j ib. 
461. 



UIM 

Difficiies sumraa tueri Deos ; 1 , 5 1 1 . 
Dijffisus moenibus urbis; X, 44^* 

— viribus noti orbis; IV, l4^* 
Diff'ugiunt qui a gros moenibus Jun- 

ctos colunt; 1 , 57a. 

Diffundo : diffudit crines in xgida; 

VII , 1 49. — Diffusiu ignoto consule 
Bacchus ; IV, 379. — in arvis Arctois 
cruor boc meruit; I, 3oi. '— collibus 
hostis; VI, 3o. — inani spatio yen- 
tus; III, 363. — Diffiisutn xquor 
calo reddidit; IV, 8a. — minere vi- 
rus pro sanguine; I, 6x5. ^ Diffuko 
tellus in xquore latuisset ; 1 , 654* — 
▼ertice campum explicat tiunulus ; 
III , 376. 

Digerit artus tabes; VI, 88. — Di- 
gerat undam aer ; X , 260. 

Dignor : dignaris saxum nomine ; 

VIII, 806. — Dignatur dextras san- 
guine; X, 338. — habitare; V, 87. 
— Dignere lares nocte tua ; VUI, 1 13. 

Dignus auctor; IX , 139. — cliens; 
ib, xoa4. -— donanda vita Caesar ; IV, 
347. — Magno comes; VIII, 656. — 
Dignum te Caesaris ira facies; III, i36. 

— Digna cruore dextra ; IV, 543. — 
vita; VIII, 653. — merces;IX, iioi. 
mors querela; VII, 63i. — nou; V, 
391. — sacris umbra; VIII, 841. — 
viris causa; IX, a63. — Dignum 
anirais tuis ; VIII , 347. — indole ro- 
bur; V, 17. — quod curea; VI, 6oa. 

— Digni votis; VII, 657. — Dignte 
adytis voces; IX, 565. —~ Dignas fu- 
nere Magni exsequias Fortuna dedit ; 
III , 291. — modo consule voces; 
VIII , 3 3 o. — Digna fa tis suiş peri- 
cula ; V, 653. — vitae meritae praeco- 
nia; IV, 8x3. — Dignior auditu; X , 
182. — poena ; IX, 5o8. — Dignissi- 
mus; V, 58. — aris; IX, 601. 

Dilapsa per amplexus mariti um- 
bra; IU, 35. 

DiUctus Magnus; VII, 36. — tibi 
socer j V, 473. — Dilecta Jovi Creta ; 
III, 184.- unda; IX, 354- 

Dimadiiere nivrs solibus; VI, 479- 

D irnitterc j Wll , i5^. «7- horam 



DIR 

mactandi^ X, 4^o. — • DimitUt ab ar- 
mo'y IX, 83i. — Dimiuitis aoimas for- 
te» in »Tiim : I, 44^* — Dimittet 
numquam hooores serael raptos; I, 
$17. — DimiUe senes admortem^ V, 
377. — Dimissus in litore rcx j VIII , 
^43. — DimUsa careo marito; Y, 
765. — potestas; IX, aoo. — vita 
ţanta TÎa ; III, 64a. — Dimisso milite; 
VI, Bai. — Dimissis degcner armis 
eam;III, 367. 

Dimovit caesariem ab ore; II, 37a. 
— arenas; VIII, 764. \ 
. Diomedes : hujus Thracis imnutni- 
tasţ II , i63. 

Dipsas; IX, 754. — călcata; ib, 
738. — torrida; ib, 718. — Dipsades 
pugoant ; i&. 85 1 . — sitiebant ; i5. 6 1 o. 

Dips€U : Dipsanta Tauro cadeutem; 
Vm,255. 

DiroB tribunitis praelia YOTerant: 
UI, 127. 

Dircasa cohors; IV, 55o. 

Dirce Cadmca ; III , 176. 

Dirigeo : diriguit manus immortua ; 

III, 6x3. — - iD primo ictu caedis; II ^ 
78. — Diriguere metu ; I , ^[fi, 

Dirigo : diri^it Harpen j IX , 676. 

— puppim dextra Tclonis; UI, 692. 

— Direxit aquas Maeander; VI, 475- 

— Dirige me mente labentem; II, 
245. — Dirigat Libyam ignis; VIU, 
1 70. — Directa tibi vite ad leges ; IX , 
556. 

Dirimunt morbi vitamque necem- 
que j VI , 99. — populis rura ; X , 3 ia. 

— Dirimebat Hilerdam castris coHis ; 

IV, 33. — Dirimat Cbalcedona pon- 
tus; IX, 969. — Dirimens confinia 
tecrae Tanais ; UI , 272. — saeva du- 
cum arma Crassus; I, 104. -— Di- 
rempta igne gens; IX, 538. — Di~ 
rempti parva campi statione; V, 47<>- 

— parva tellure; VII , 4^^' 
Diripiunt arma juventus; I, a4o. 

— Diripiens plurima miles; VI, 117. 

— Direpta moenia; ib, 35. 

Dirus cnsis ; VIII, 677. — fuederis 
ictut j V, 37 a. — stipes; IX , 820. — 



DIS 



167 



rogusj V, 764. — Dira Carthago j 
IV, 788. — gens; VI, 444, «07. — 
Pharsalia ; IV, 8o3. — quies ; VU , a6. 

— rabies; ib. 5i. — Thessalis; VI , 
564- — Toluptes ; IV, 705. — Dirum 
fratribus omen; ib. 55 1. -—os; VI, 
683. — Diri hoooris plena imago j 
IU , 9. — belii mala sernina arerut ; 
ih. i5o. — - leti facies conspecta est; 
1^. 65a. — - Dirum nefand» sxTitise 
morem; U, 180. — Diro ferri revo- 
cantur amore; III , 355. •— sanguine 
Teutates placatur ; 1 , 444* " ferales 
omine taedas abstulit; ib, iia. '—Diri 
rores ; IX , 698. — succi; VI , 58i . — 
Diros Pharsalia qampos impleat; I, 38. 

— Dirce aren»; X, a. — Diras to- 
lucres diem foedasse ; 1 , 558. — Dira 
carmina vulgantur ; 1 , 564* — fugant 
contagia belii; UI, 370. — fîinera; 
IV, a3i . — piacula ; ib, 790. ^ pra- 
lia ; VU , 689. — regis dona ; IX , i o X o. 

— venena ; VI , 5oo. — Dira praelia 
discordes paratis; IU, 3i2. — per 
omina Tenturas clades noscunt ; II , 6. 

— Diris aharibus structae arae ; III , 
404. 

Dis : Ditis arcana ; VI , 5i4> — cax^ 
cer; ib. 797. — cayemae; ib. 64a. — 
fides ; ib, 433. — profund! regna um- 
brae petunt; I, 455. — Dite Tiso AI- 
cides Megaeram horruit; I, 577. 

Dis ( dives ) : dites Asiae populi 
misere tributum; III, i6a. — Ditia 
templa; IX, 5i5. — Ditissima rura 
Fhasis secat ; II , a7 1 . 

Disoedo : discedit ab aris; IX ,585. 
in ortus; ib. 419. — Discedunt aequora 
diducta carina; III, 63a. — - haec ; IX , 
785. — populi in favorem; X, 4^^* 
•— Discessit a me Senatus; VIU, 80. 

— ab astris humor ; IV, i a6. — iu 
amnespalus; VI, 36o. — pectus ad 
ictus ; III , 655 . — Olympo Ossa ; VI , 
347. — sulcus vomere; ib, 38a. — 
Discedat certus; ib. '^'ji, ^~ Disce-^ 
dere; VIU, i5a. — a rabie; V, a6i. 

— castris; ib. 357. -* Discessisse in- 
ter manus coronae sparsum ; II, lai. 



i 



iG8 



DIS 



-— Diseedens trepido agmine; II, Sg?. 

Dttcemo : discret^it mors saeTa vi- 
roij III, 6o5. — Discreţi rogi; VII , 
804. 

Discerptus abit in feras; VII, 84ta. 

Disco : discit perdere; X, 169. — 
Didieere pati j IV, 2 89. — Disces non 
cfse ad bella fugaces; II , 558. — Di- 
scttis nihil esse tutiiu ; III , 371. — 
Disee ferire et mori; V, 363. — pati 
posse; ib, 3i3. — Discite; IV, 377. 

— Discam servire ; VII, 38^. — Di- 
seat, quam multum liceat; ib. 553. — 
Discere, hoc posse sitim; IX, 761. 

Discolor cultus ; VI , 654* •^-' aan- 
giiis; X, 128. — xquore truncus; 
VIII, 7^2. — nuda raare; ih. ag3. 

Discordia faciat bello finem ; V, 
399. — efiera; VI, 780. — reinim 
miDimas turbat; II, 27a. — ponţi; V, 
646. — vulgij IX, 217. 

Discors concordia angusti temporis; 
I, 98. •— mundi machina; ib. 79. — 
natura monstra protulerat ; ib. 589. -— 
caelum; VII, 198. — Discordes dirA 
prxiia para tis; III, 3i3. — Tribunos 
curia urbe expulit ; 1 , 266. — Discor- 
dia lingu» humanae murmura ; VI, 
687. — pectora; X, 12. 

Discrimen ponto et astris , fuit Par- 
nasus; V, 76. — dubii Martis; IV, 770. 

— mundi; VII, 109. — sexus^X, 91. 

— summum ; ib. 532. — yenturi; IV, 
192. — Discriminis ezpers; V, 194. 

— hora; VI, 4i6' "— Discrimine ges- 
simus arma; IX, io85. — in ullo ex- 
periri; V, 249. — notum fuerit; IX , 
4oi. — nuHo habere faroulos; IV, 
218 — nuHo leges pereunt; III ,119. 
-— Discrimina armoram hactenus; 
IV, 48. — belii; VIII, 389. — du- 
cum; VII, 242. — Martis tanta vo- 
cent; III, 336. — rerum; V, 557. — 
raiscet caeli facies; IV, 104. — terrae 
sunt; IX, 493. — in discrimina rait- 
terc pugnx agmen; II, 599. 

Discriminat vestes picto auro , II , 
357. ^ 

Discubuere iilic rcges; X, l36. 



DIS 

Discurrit infula in postcs ; II, 355. 

— Tenis aer; IV, 369. — Discurrunt 
sidera incerto motu; T, 643.-^ l>i>- 
currere Caesaris alas barbaricas ; I , 
476. ^ — castris; V, 295. — Nilum jus- 
sit ; X , 238. — Discurrens fama per 
orbem ; IV, 574- — inter maritos; X , 
359. 

Discursus anim» aquisinterceptos; 

III, 64o. • — Discursus taciţi; X, a49* 

Discutit hastas elcphas; VI, 210. 

— ungula campum; VI, 83. — Dis- 
cussere Alpes nivem jugis; I, 554. 

— salo rates fastigia molis; II, 685. 

— Discussa ara; VII, i65. — nox; 
V, 700. • — compage alnos feras;,II, 
487 — morte tua fides; I, ng, — - 
coriiis serta ; V, 171. — saxa ; IX , 977. 

— Discussi muri ; ib. 490. — Discus- 
sas domos videt; ib. 459. 

Dispendia siWae; VIII, 2. 

Dispersii aors in oraş; IX, 126. — 
Disperget aries saxa; I, 384* *— ' Di- 
sper gitur unda ^Wl, 194. — Disper- 
sus altis silvis; III, 188. — pelago 
Magnus; IX, 58. — Dispersa capillos; 
X, 84. — Dispersi sulei; V, 562. — 
Dispersos fulminis ignes colb'git; I, 
606. — Dispersai pennae; V, 716. 

Disponis gladios ; VIII, 6o3. — Dis- 
ponit castella jngis; VI , 4o. — Dis- 
ponere arma; ib. 289. — ' Dispositi 
▼ari; IV, 439. 

Dissiiit aer;V, 63i. — Dissiluit 
dura humo percussus ; II , i56. •— ute- 
mm membrana; IX, 773. 

Dissimilis cunctis dies; VII, 201. 

Dissipat cerebrum; VI, 178. — se 
repulsum scopulis;IX, 451* — totos 
artus cum sanguine; III, 47^. — DiS' 
sipet ignis terras; X, 232. 

Dissolvens ossa Seps; IX, 723* — 
Dissolvitur Genabos Caesareis alis ; 
1 , 440. 

Dissona mixtae turbs barbaries; 
VII ,272. — Tulgi ora; III, 289. — 
murmura; VI, 686. 

Dissuasor justi gladius; IV, 248. 

Distendat inguina ; IV, 628. — 



DIV 

pontemin agros; IV, 140. — Dlsîen- 
densora; IX, 72a. — Distentus ti- 
ctusjVI ,757. — Dhtentum corpus; 
IX, 797. — DistentCB pecudes; IV, 
314. — Distenta lumina; VI, 95. — 
Distentis palmis toto corpore riguit ; 
III, 734. 

Disterminat Asiam ab Europa ; IX , 
967. •— Gallica nira ab Ausoniis co- 
louis; I, 216. 

Distinct Oceanura plaga 5 IV, 675. 

Distmguitsxcvlk. infaaios^ V, 399. 
—^ JDistinxerat alios setas; X, ia8. — 
Distincta maculas terga^ ib, 121. 

Disto : distat a Roma qnantum; VI, 
75. — Distant torra sidera; VIII, 
488. '—Distare exiguo vallo; IV, i68. 

Distrahimur^ VIII , 586. 

Disti'ibuit tumulos triurophis ^ VI , 
818. 
. Districta epulis aula ; X , ^rm, 

Disturbare^acem^ IV, a 10. 

Diu frangit; VIII ,673. — jacet ; 
ib, 60. 

Diurna imago; VII, 26. — pestis; 
IX, 913. 

DtVa und» Papbix menior; VIII, 
458. 

Diversa quo feror; I, 683. — leto 
facies } IX , 789. — lues pelago dadis 
edidit ,• III , 68 1 . — potentia ; X , aoo. 

— jDiVer^Kin -litus ; IV, 49^* — 
Diverşi nomina raundi imposuit ripis 
Tauais; III, 273. — Diversa parte 
carin» stabat; III, 726. — Diverşi 
duces; VI, 783. — fratres tela spargere 
prohibebunt; III, 3^7. — tumuli; VI, 
71.— Diversos colles aggere commit- 
tere; III, 382. — Diversa carinae ju- 
Tenem rostris fixere; III, 654» — ra- 
tes laxata classe recepta; ; III , 548. — 
Diversa vota ; VII , 485. — Diversa 
castra petentes Tiri; II, 43. ■— suiş 
praelata dolebit; II, 275. — in mem- 
bra meantis animx discursus; III, 641. 

— inter signa dubium favorem te- 
nuere; ib. 264.— per moenia ruens; 
II, 467. — Diversis fontibus edit Ti- 
grin et Euphratem; III, 267. 



DO i6g 

Dives Arimaspus; VII, 766. — nim- 
bus; IX, 659. — arbiuto palMlfetrum 
Idume ; III, 216. 

Dividit xquoT sanguine;^ II, 220. 

— gurgite mundum; VIII, 290 — 
nos Libje; V, 4^5. — tempora ami; 
X , 20 1 . — via Pomptinas -paludes ; 
III ,85. — Divisit animam cruor ; ib. 
591. — • mundum fatorum limite; II , 
II. — Divisimus orbem ex »quo î V, 
495. — Divisere Deos ; II, 35. — Di- 
vidat buccina boras ; II , 689. — /)<- 
viditur ferro regnum ; 1 , 209. — Di- 
vi^us orbe ; VIII , 391 . — Diviso gur- 
gite fontem ferens Indus ; III , 235. — 
Divisa juTentus; X, 483. 

Dividuus NUus; VIII , 465. 
Divitice, bellorum causa; VI , 407* 

— casae; IX, 292. — genţi robora; 
ib, 427.'— Divitias absconderat au- 
rum; X, 11 3. — collo gerit; ib. i4o. 

— suas aperire; ib. i48. — Divitiis 
grares rarai ; IX , 36 1 . — Tiolata de- 
lubra; ib. 5ao. 

Divortia in ponţi flunîina spargit ; 
II, 4o4< — per divortia Scythici ponţi 
profugum; II, 58o. 

Divulsi mundi macbina foedera tur- 
babit; I, 80. 

Divus : Divi Superis pares j VII ,n 
457. — Divis ignoscere; IX, 11 o3. 

Do : dat animos fortuna ; V, 43. — 
aria tura 9 IX, 996. — ' carbasa Tentis ; 
V, 56o. — Gracia vires bello ; III , 
171.— hiems tempus păci ; II , 648. 

— stragem fulmen; I, 157. — locis 
numen; 1^.608. — moriem virtus; 
IV, 58 1. — nomina fastis diesj V, 5. 

— omnis dextera ^ quod debet Supe- 
ris; X, 4i4* — omnia arma tenenti, 
qui psta negat; I, 349* — pav.endo 
YÎres famae; I, 485. — poenas fides ; 
VIII, 485. — poenas majoris aqux; 
IV, 143. — regimen rentis; VII, 126, 

— suspiria cursus; IX, ^28. — vire» 
pugna; VI, 25 1. — vii'es somno; V, 
5o6. — Damus lacrimas secretumquc 
civilibus arrais; III, 3i4. — terga 
Nolo ferienda J IX , 877. — Datis om- 



4 



170 



DQ 



nia lelo; IX , 73a. — urbi ferre poe- 
nas; iV, 8o5. — aditus pelago ; VI , 
346. — animos^ II, 670. — cui poî- 
nasj VII, 820. — Dant furoreni io 
monstraj X, 337. — oumina mor tem 
mihi; y, 658. — otia Tariam mentem; 
rV, 704. — recessum fata; ib.Si^*^ 
nbi ire in jugulum; X, ^io»—sifpML'y 
ib. 3a6. — tela ruinse^VI, 17a. — 
tibi jus; IX, 838. -— Dabas arma po- 
pulia; IV, 801 . — dominum Fortuna; 
VII , 646. — - tua membra spargenda ; 
V, 684 . — Dabat alga torum ^ V, 5a i . 

— Fortuna spectacula ; IV, 785. — 
longapax arma; I, a4i. — quietemj 
IX, 839. — scelerura poenas; II, 75. 

— bella privatx ira; IV, 688. — Da- 
hant tantum animi ^ X, 347 • *— Dedi 
plena pectora; VI, 709. — puppim in 
litora; VIII, i34« — pracipites popu- 
los; ib. 93. — dedisti mihi bellum; 
V, 269, — Dcdit xmula virtus stimu- 
lo«; I , lao. — aer fato bello ; IV, 49- 

— Atlanta in cautes ; IX, 655. — 
auxilium^ i5. 892. — clamorem gemi- 
nate^ VII, 481. — cognomina colli- 
Lus^ IV, 656. — Fortuna exsequias; 
III, a9a. — fratres tibi de matre; X, 
77. — gaudia; IX , 946. —tibi gentes 
bellum; VII , 4^i' — »g^8 Tarias for- 
mas; I, 53i. — impell^re; V, 10^. 

— jura mihi ^ X , 94. — lava clipeum ; 
IX, 669. •— mundus signa belii ; II , a. 

— mundo yenenum ; VI , 684« — nox 
animi hoc ; X, 68. — quod yictori 
Creta; III , i63. — quod Nilus; X, 
i56. — perspectum ; VI, 4^4* — P"P" 
pim in la vum ; VIII , 194. — regna 
tibi j ib. 560. — rudentes in prorain ; 
ib, 196. — scire; VI, 776. — senatus 
non privata arma; II, 533. — sic tibi 
Homam Fortuna ; VII , 24. — signa ; 
ib. ao6. — castris niovendis; X, ^oo. 

— te mihi nosse ^ ib, 287. — tellus 
▼icta triumphos; IX, 78. — vela Co- 
ris; ib. 1001. — • Dedimus fatis pi- 
gnora; VII , 66a. •— Romam cladis eo ; 
VII, 4oG« — Dedistis victis civile 
bellum; I, io8. — Derfcrc spatium 



DO 

carinis; II, 685. — Dederat mihi re- 
gendas res ; VII , 1 10. — orbera ser- 
pentibus; IX , 856. — in se ferrum; 
X, 35a. -^ Perses censum; III, i58. 

— fortuna eventum fraudibus ; IV , 
73o.— Dabis nobis poenas; V, i58. — 
Dabit bella gentibus ; IX , 95. — diem 
Thessalia ; VII , 454* — ^^^ pacera 
jugulus; II, 317. — inferias popnlitf; 
X, 39a. — mihi poenas; IX, i6a. — 
ora; ib. a8o.—p6rtum fortuna; VIII, 
19a. — sibi quisque ; VII , 740- — vi- 
ctoria turbam; V, 33o. — Dabimus 
hostem in medium ; VII , 366. — Da~ 
biUs poenas pro pace petita; III, 370. 

— Dabunt Parca fatum; VI , 8 ia. — 
Da catera ventis; VIII, 190. — foe- 
deri prisci illibata tori; II, 34i. ^ 
Magno ar cam; VIII, 736. — mihi ca- 
stra sequi; II, 348. — mihi cernere 
litora; I, 693, — nomina rebus; VI , 
773. — populos; VIII, i44' — V®- 
niam; ib. 749: IX, aa7. — unum 
ignem gentibus; VII, 804. — Date 
cursus in catera; IX, 997. — genti- 
bus iras ; II, 47' — *^^* sepulcro ; IX, 
X091. — veniam trahenti bella; VII , 
3q6. — urnam manibus; IX, 1093. 

— Des otia fessis; IV, 357. — Det 
recursus in Hesperiam; VIII, 768. — 
Dent classica bellum; IV, 186. — tibi 
non mortem; VII , 470. — tibi poenas ; 
IX, 157. — Dares quidquid, accipe ; 
ib. ioa4. — Daret figuram mundo ; 
ib. 3o4. — mercedem pro cervice; 
VIII, xa. — Oceano Bhenoque vin- 
cula; UI, 77. — Dederis teropla ty- 
ranno; VIII , 835. — Dedisses bella; 
VII , 646. — melins sedem sub Eoo 
orbe; I , a5i. — Dedisset Calicolis 
furtor arma; III, 3i5. — Dedissent 
fata in luce moras; I, ii4- — Dare 
multa in vulgus ; I , i3a. — pignora ; 
IV, 5oa. — praconia; i&. 8i3. — re- 
gna et mundum ; VII , 35a. — scep- 
tra; VIII, 5i9 — sedem; V, 107. — 
signa ausa tuba; VII, 477- ^-~ sumnia 
faciles Deos;I, 5 10. — temperiem 
calo; X, a3o. — alicui terga; VI, 



DOC 

a58. — terga Tel pectora bello ; IV, 
468. — terga morţi j VI, i53. — ler- 
ris vindictam; VII, 4^8. — testes ; 
IV, 494. — Tela; VIU, i85. •— De- 
disse sibi terga ; IX ,270. — mihi mo- 
menta putatis; V, SSg. — J)aturus 
poeoas Pompeio î VII » 6x4* — pomas 
servatar; X, 4^'* — Daturum Î9lVl 
momenta Martem agit^ IV, 3. — epu- 
las fer ia ^ IX , 80a. — Daturi arcana 
Superi^ ib, 554* — magnat ^^U» ^97* 

— Datur cernere vultiu; V, 47^-^ 
exarmare ; ib, 356. — fecunda pena- 
tes alios impletura ; II , 33a. -— illi 
lingua; VI, 762. — libertas^ IX, 55']. 
»— lis secundum Emathiam j VIU , 
333. — rara copia ferri^ III, 693. -— 
terra puppi et saluţi; V, 691. — tibi 
cura; VII, 219. -— Dabantur uni 
cuncta; II, 146. — signa ducis nuUi 
gestanda ; II , 96. — Dabiiur furori 
mora; V, 687. — Pompeio proTinda, 
Caesar; I, 338. — Ddbuntur rura qu« 
veteranu» aret ; ib, 344* — Daretur 
libertas pro pace; IV, 237. — Dori 
nil plus Tenia; IX, 1089. — Datxis 
fatis cursus; VII, 544* — Dala nobis 
quereke causa; VIU, 5i3. — libertas 
odiis;n, i^5. — homini mens; VU, 
187.-^ estpax cum morte; IX, 89B. 
•— est potentia ; X , aoi . — est copia 
mortis ; IV, 383. — famulo Tindicta ; 
X, 341* — Datum est numerar e; VI, 
407. — nil anims letale; U, 179. — 
solis Tobis nosse cseli numina ; 1 , 453. 
•— Jus sceleri canimus; 1,3. — Data 
morte a me; VI, 770. — Daţi belii 
casus; IX, 553. — Datos enses ne 
quisquam serTiat; IV, 579. — Danda 
Tenia tantorum paTorum est; I, 53 1 . 

— ad dandas Tires in carmina tu sa- 
tis; I, 66. 

Doces me ferre dolorem; V, 777. 
•*— populos, admittere; VIU, i4o.— 
/)oce£ dolores nil posse; IX, 889. — 
Docuere sacra Platona; X, 182. — 
Doceat te Sulla ex regno descendere ; 
I, 335. — Doce , o Fhoebc , quis furor 
hic; I, 681. 



DOM 



171 



Docilis rector monstrati covini; I, 
4^6. — Sullam \ici8se; ib. 336. 

Doctus Olympi servator ; VIU , 
171. — Tolucres serTare augur; I, 
60 X. — Docta pharetras Gnosos agi- 
tare; IU, 186. — senrire toga; V, 
383. — Doctce dextrx; ib. 706. ^ 
ferre quietem mentes; IX, 394. 

Dodona altrix; VI, 4^*6. — Dodo- 
nes silTa comas posuit; UI, 44i* 

Doles hoc licuisse; IX , xo53. — 
Dolet, heu! VI, 3o3. — Italiam cora- 
munem esse ; II, 660. — • Dolent das- 
ses contingere pelagus; II, 707. — 
Dolebit, castra prselaU suiş; U, 375. 

— Do/eauctorem; VIU, 6a8.— Do- 
lens animus; ib. 190. — DoUndi no- 
bilitate; ib. Sog. 

Dolopes coloni ; VI , 384* 

Dolor dausit animam; VIU , 59. — 

jubet funus ad tumulos producere ; 

II, 399. — Tixfait; IX, 739. — 

cruentus coepit Tires habere ; UI , 74^ • 

— deforrais ; VIU, 83. — iile nccdum 
est, sed metus; II, 37. — se stimulis 
lacessit; II, 4^- — P®*" omnes sine 
Toce erraTit; ib, ai. — recens; IV, 
a86. — sacTus; IX, 111. — simulatus ; 
X , 83. — simulatus fronte; IX , xo63. 

— Terendus; VU, 681. — Dolori 
nuUa Tox credita;!, 358. — Doio- 
rem edere gemitus; VU,43' — ©A"- 
dit;IX, 146. — hune differte; II, 
39. — semper tcnet ; III, 607. — TOce 
testata est; ib, 357. — Dolor daude 
gemitus; VIII, 634- — requiris in- 
strumenta; IX, 70. — Dolore testa- 
tus in orsus; ib. 816. — solo mori; 
lA. 108. — Dolores immodid; VIII, 
7 X . — magni 5 IX, 889. 

Dolus : doli Deonim; VU, 86. — 
Dolis aiita tela; VIU, 383.-~subrep. 
ta; X, 530. 

Dominor : dominatur Venos io 

mentes; V, 737. 

Dominus aquarimi; X,ai4« — Ar- 
sacidum; ib. 5i. — Cilicum; VIII, 
38. — mundi ; IX , 3o. — or» \ V, 55. 
~ Parlhorunij VIU, 4^08. — prior; 



172 



DOM 



IX, a74« — ratis; V, 5i5. -^ rernm; 
ib. 699 : VI, SgS.— • Do/nc/K* metuens 
Roma; VII, 373. — per viscera fer- 
rum exegit^ II, i48. — Domino gra- 
Tiseftegestas; III, iSi. — ullifusior 
terrorj IV, 670. — Dominum dabas 
Fortana; VH, 646. — habeboj IX , 
a4i. — timet deprendere luci; III, 
4^5. — virtute parare; VI, 262. — 
cum domino pax ista venit ; 1 , 670. — 
Z>oimni fortuna; IX, ao2. — mundi; 
VIII, a4a. — terrarum; ib. 208. — 
tres ; IX, a66. — DonUnis mentimur ; 
V, 386. — tribus communis Roma ; I , 
85. — Dominos exspectat; VII, 744* 

— asylum commisit; I, 97. — • fugit 
terr^; VI, 277. — gravări; VII, 284. 

— urbi detiabimus; I, 35i. — Do- 
mina crudeUs; X, 374* — DominoB 
thalami; ib. 357. — vultus; IX, 628. 

DoMiTivs JSnobarbus successor 
Cassari in Gallia designatus ^ VII, 
607. — ^ttg7î«x,II,479:VH, ai9, 
600. — Corfinii a , Ccesare obsessus ,• 
II, 478 6< f^7* — ^ f^i* militibus 
Cassari deditus^ ib. $07. — Cassaris 
ad eum verba^ ib. 5 ia. — a Ccesare 
venia donata dimittiiur ^ ib. 5x6: 
VII, 604. — o. Pompeio prasfectus 
dextro cornu in acie Pharsalica ,• ib. 
îiao. "—occisus^ ib. 600. — saspius a 
Casare victus f ib. 601. — Cassaris 
ad illum, et illius morientis ad Cas^ 
sarem verba ; ib. 606. 

Doniiior equi Lapitha ; VI , 399. 

— mundi; VIII, 553. — mundi mi- 
les ; VII , a5o. — terrarum ; IX , 1 o 1 4- 

Domo : domare gentes; V, 661. — 
Domitus me Arabs cognoyit ; II , 590. 

— Sabello vomere; ib. 43o. — Do~ 
mito virgo ; V, 193. — Domiti duces; 
IV, 337. — Hiberi; V, 23;. — Do- 
mitas gentes ; VII , 1 5. — - unda arenx ; 

IX, 527. 

DomusUic fuit ; VIII , 1 32. — am- 
bitiosa ; X , 488. — Antsei spelunca ; 
IV, 601. — Assaraci;lX, 967. — 
Gaesarea; IV, 8a3. — casta; IX, 201. 

— crustata; X, 114. — deşerta; IX , 



DON 

23 1. — infema; V, 628. — Lagca; 
X, 4 '4* — miseranda; VI, 819. — 
Pellaea; VIII, 475. — poUuta hos ră- 
pit in prdelia ; II , 262. — Domus nulla 
pignora coierc; ib. 370. — pars; X, 
443. — Domum tuam exspectant ma- 
nes; VI, 8o4« — invasit; X, 355. — 
solve culpa; ib. 98. — poposcit; II, 
579. — Domus Assyriae; Vm, 3oo. 

— Iliac»; X , 61. — remota; VIII , 
216. — tectaque canum; VII, 828. 

— Zepbiri ; X , 49* — adtonitae primo 
funere tacuere; II, 22. — nullo cus- 
tode tenentur; I, 26. -— populis ez- 
baustae ; VIII , 253. — Domos pau- 
dunt ; VII ,716. — Stygias nosse ; VI , 
5i4> ~- discussas videt; IX, 4^9* ~^ 

— errantes melius dedisset; I, a53. 
r— geminas permixtura; II, 333.-— 
ruina nutautes pendere; I, 795. 

Donaria splendent; IX, 5x6. 

i)o/iecdeciinet;X, 236. -r- despu- 
met ; VI , 5o6. 

Dono Superis crimina ; IX , 1 44* ~~~ 
Donas svum populis; ib. 981. — Do- 
nat poenam mens; VII, 784* — sp^- 
tium jaculis ; IV, 764. -— sua tempora ; 
IX, 534- — tibi labore8;i&. 10 17. — 
tibi populos; VII, 723. — Donamus 
nefas; IX, 1088. -^ Donafit amnis 
Feoeo aquas; VI, 372. — socero sao- 
guinlsusum; II, 477* — DoijMvtre 
unum diem ruptis legibus; IV^ 28* — 
Donabit me illi; X, 365. — Donet 
moenia ; III , 1 3 1 . — ut tibi damna ; 
VII, 85o. — tibi veniam; X, 70. — 
Donas sent patriae diem; VII, 3o. — 
Donare flexus ratibus ; VI, 58. — 
Fbaron; X, 84- — quse popull tenent; 
VII , 3oo. — salutem victis; IX, 1067. 

— vocabo ; VII, 739. — Donasse 
Deis, quod superest ; III, 243. — 
triumpbos patriae; VIII, 81 5. — Do- 
nante P»do ; VI , 278. — Donatur 
Pbocis Massiliae ; V, 53. — - Donata est 
nox duci, X, 43^. -— pa^i; IV, 385. 

— pelago gloria leti; V,657. — Pba- 
ros; X, 356. — Donatum regnum ; 
IX, i32. '-'Donata regna; VII, 710-. 



DUB 

— mânu sua sceptra; VIII, 695. — 
Donatis serpentîbus lusit^ IX, 908. 

— Donanda vita digtius^ IV, 347. 
Donum Deum; V, m. — Doni 

emeriţi insignia; I, 357. — Dona in- 
geotia; X, 107. — regis dira^ IX , 
101 1. -— funesta; ib. io65. — ducum 
sacrata gestans querctis; I^ i38. — 
templifl suia delapsa ; 1 , 558. 

Dorion^Yl, 352. 

Doris Malea^ IX, 36. 

Dorsum equi nudum; IV, 68a. — 
Dorso educto (Apenniuus) surgitj II, 
4a8. 

Draco insopitus; IX, ^Sy.—- Dra- 
cones aurato fulgore nitidi; IX, 718. 

— Draconum oculi; VI, 675. — Dra- 
cones amplexos circumfluxisse robora ; 
III,4ai. 

Druidce, sacrorum morem repetis- 
tis; I, 461. 

Drusi , popularia nomina ; VI, 795. 
Drjropes Thesprotique ruunt; III, 

J79- 
Dubitcuwa sit; VIII, 5a3. — credere; 

VII, 77. — Duhitant caput Pompeii 

damnare astra; V, ao4. — Dubitei sub- 

vertefe silvam; III, 436. — ne dubita 

haurire ; IX , 61 3. — Dubitem prxbe- 

re; V, 558. — Dubitantia fata; IX, 

639. — Dubitanda cornu refulsit Cyn- 

thia ; IV, 60. 

Dubius ad praslia; V, 728. — duci; 

IV, 698. — fati; VII, 61 1. — ne time- 

ret ; X , 54^. — casus ; ib, 66. — Leo 

subsedit hoste visoj I, 307. — Mau> 

rus; VIII, 283. — pontus; V, 570.— 

Dubii Mar tis discrimen; IV, 770. — « 

Dubium certo tu robore firma yM, a45. 

— tenuere favorem; III, 357. — Dubio 
mundo vestigia tenens ; II, a48. — Du- 
bia lux; IV, 473. — mens; ib, 8i8. — 
et haerens Phemonoe; V, 245. — Du- 
bice rota salutis conciperet; I, 5o6. — 
in praelia menti stimulos adduut; 1, 
26a. — * Dubiam fidem fortuna fere- 
bat; II, 464. — super xquora Syriim; 
feror ; 1 , 686. — Dubia labant cervi- 
ce; II, 200. -'Dubium est; VI, 652. 



DUC 



173 



— longo qusratur in avo; II, 344» — 
monstrisne crediderint; VII, 17a. — - 
manebat ; IX , 19. — pelagi terraeque ; 
ib. 3o4. — aquor; V, 492. — pendat 
aquor; V, 662. — fatum; IX, 336. — 
qua litus jacet; I, 409. — pectus; VIII, 
186. — venenum; IX, 616. — vulgua 
fremit; I, 352. — in dubio stetit meni; 
VII , 247. — Dubii egeaut sortilegis; 

IX, 58i. — casus; V, 693.- VI, 4i8. 
fuga pugnaque equites; IV, i56. — 
partus; IX, 901. — Dubios cernit va- 
nescere montes ; III, 7. — in te tran»- 
ferre jus eratj 1 , 279. — Dubios 
acies; IV, 389. — mentes; V, 256. — 
Laţii urbes; II, 447* — berba; VI, 
11 3. — Syrtes; IX, 861. — Dubia v^ 
gna; ib. 1009. — Dubiis percussa 
mens; VI, 596* — in dubiis; VIII, 241. 

— fidem servare' ausa est ; III, 3o-i . 
Duco: ducii me primos in ortusf 

I, 683. — corpus gutture trajecto; 

VI, 638. — dextras in viscera ensis, 
Vn, 491.— -diem Titan; VI, 571.— 
in omnia secum regem; X, 461.— iter 
in devia; V, i34. — opus; VI, 39. — • 
Sacerdos Veslalem cborum; I, 597.— 
signa super saxa ; IV, 739. — DudtU 
aera pennis; IX, 729. — Ducebant 
quem per clades fata^ VII, 63o. -— 
Duxisti latos triumpbos; IU,. 20. -^^ 
Duxii eacumina luna; V, 548.—- con- 
cordia, imperium in aquas vices; IV, 5. 

— geutes curribus in urbem; VII, 279. 
— bas rates Gynosura; III, 219. — in 
arma nos amor; 1X^227. — illucaquas^ 

X, 252. — iter spiritus; V, i34. — 
me Erinnys; VIU , 90. *— • me fama ad 
urbes; X, 184. — virus abeno; ib» 
124. — Duxere Mycena noctem; I^ 
544.-— qua morbi, manus sequuta est; 

II, 143. — Duxeruni puppes gurgite 
tractus; UI, 55 1. — Duxerat artem 
in ritu»; VI, 509. — Ducent quos pe- 
ricula ; IX, 390. — Duc malorum con- 
tinuam seriem; 1, 670. — per Scytbia 
popiilos ; I, 367. — Ducite Pompeios^ 
IX, 278. — Ducat Daas in mcenia; 

VII , 4^9. — Duceret corpus ad ter- 



174 DUM 

ram; VIII, 720. — Ducere rege» cap- 
tos; ib. 34^. — senectam manibus^ V, 
535. — > triumphum ; IX , 598. — Du- 
xisse triumphum; X , i54* ~- Ducens 
colorem lucis cxlum; VI , 828. — gen- 
t«!sm moenU; VIII, 357. — PhaethoD 
diem; II , ^m.^- tempora Janus; V, 6. 
DueenUa nullas cohortes signa; II, 
471. — Ductura triumphos captivo 
Gaesare ; X , 65. — Ducitur quibus hu- 
mor ; VI, 539. — Ductus Isara gur- 
gite 8U0 per multa ; 1 , 399. — Ducto 
aggere Talii; VI, 3i. ^- Ducendus in 
prxdam miles; VII, 737. 

Ductor'y V, a4^ • IX , 61 1 , 912. — 
cunctis armis Antonius; V, 47^* — 
maximns; VIII, 760. — Pellaeus hic 
constitit; III, a33. — Ductoris metu 
revocaotur; I, 356. 

Ductus insolitus; IV, 419* — Ductu 
Senatus; IX^ aa. 

Duleedo animx; IX, 393. — rerum; 
X, 17. 

Dulcis amplexus ; V, 793. — Dulces 
nati; IX, 33 1. -^Dulces ab arundine 
SUCC08 bibunt; III, a37. -— Dulcia 
virtuţi; IX, 4o3. — Dulcior -vita con- 
jux; V, 739. — vita mora mortis; 

IV, 532. 

Dum caiet; VQ, 734. — credit; V, 
499. — .eligit; VI, 628. — ferunt; 
VII, 4^' — micant; ib. 320. — prae- 
fert; IX, 1095. — retinent; VI, 345. 
— agat; IV, 427. — ira desaeriat; VI, 
3o3. — committeret; IV, 742. — cre- 
deret; IX, io36. — ferrent; VI, 829. 

— jaceret; VIII, 4^5. — ^ ingrediar; 
IX, 394. — Uceant; VH, 268. — me- 
tuar; V, 671. — pateat; ib, ^n. -^ 
excutiat: ib, 452. — relegem; VI, 324. 

— şervet me; IX, 214. — turbet; VI, 
284. -^ veniant; X, 528. 

Dumeta carerent gregibus, VII> 
863. — confraga ; VI , 126. — Dunte- 
tis teguDtur; IX, 969. 

Dumosa arva; VI, iS. 

Dumus : dumos cârpit vulgus; VI, 
3. — Dumis horrida est Hesperia; 
I, 28. 



DUX 

Duo : duorum si ulla tellus est; IX, 
1078. 

Durai sitls ferrum lambere solito; 
I, 33 1. — Durant quo nuUa tonitrua : 
VII, 479. — vivere; IV, 519. — Du- 
rauit ad ultima; X, 24. — Durabunt 
honores; IX, 984* — Durare viscera 
coeno ; VI, 94* -" Durasse immunem 
moribus aevi; II, 256. — DuraturoB 
pniinae;IV, 53. — Durata malis meos; 

V, 798- 

Durescit lupatis spuma; IV, 758. — 
Durescunt meduilas; VI, 539. — Du- 
rescere illi pulvis coepit; IX, 94a. -— 
valles incqpiuDt; IV, 129. 

Durus Calo; IX, 5o. — cespes; V, 
278. — MagDus; Vm, 107. — Marş;- 
V, 723. — miles; IX, 734- — vioclis 
adamas ; VI , 80 1 . — vultus ; IX, i o43* 
Duri Amâni cultor populus; III, 244* 

— Catonis secta fuit; II, 38o. — Dura 
gens; IX, 439. — hyaena; VI, 672. — 
Mors; ib. 772. — patientia; IX, 880. 

— Liberno sereno tellus; IV, 55. — 
virtus ; IX, 44^ » ^62. — Durum frigus; 
ib, 376. — iter; ib. 385. — Caesaris 
pectus; X, 71. — pondus; IX, 467. 
•^ Duram viri mentem sermone de-^ 
flectere; III, 3o4. — Z)ttrcCa8ar; V, 
682. — Duro cespite; IV, 197. — ad- 
mişii gaudia vultu; II, 373. — conto 
pectora detrudit; VI, 174* — solo 
p'ectora adfixere; II, 3o. — vomere 
sulcata rura ; I, 168. — Dura dissiluit 
percussus humo; U, i55. — Duri Ala- 
ni; VIII, 223. — ligones; IV, 294. — 
Durce aures; X, io4> — Dura bella; 
V, 265.— metalla; IV, 3o4. — prae^ 
cordia; VI, 452. — suspiria; IV, 327. 

— Duros ad Hiberos Martem conver- 
tere ; II, 629. — Duris fluvium supe- 
rare lacertis ; IV, l5o. — Duris gaudet 
patientia; IX, 4o3. .^- Durissima fati 
sors; ib, 1046. 

Dux Bruto Cato solus erit; II, 24^. 

— an miles; IX, 402. — erit miles re- 
lictis viribus; X, 390. — non miles ; 
VII , 88. — sit in his castris senior ; 
II , 56 1 . — ulii est tanti; IV, 573. — 



E 

soios ex agmine fugit ^ II, 47'* — ^^~ 
rins; IV, 540.— famulus^ X, 4o5. — 
Hesperius; Uf. 3;6. — invictus^iĂ. 346. 
— Latius; IX, 546 : X, 536. — primulk; 
VII, Qa3. — melioris caussaeţ IV, aSg. 
— ratis^ ib. ^66. — Ducis tcntoria; 
VII, 49. — Ducem armis elegit; VIII, 
352. — Dullum habebo ; IX , a4^. — 
pace dcdidicit; I, i3i. — Pompeium 
sequimur; II, 319. — praecipitem co- 
hibete^ II, 4^- — Duce per Syrtes 
iiti jIX,55!i. — calo; ib. 847. — famaj 
ib. 953. — jusso bella geri^ VTI, 79. 
~ Magno ; VII, 6 1 q . — Pompeio j IX, 
370. — me his prxmia belii reddautur ; 
1,341* — privato gesturus praelia; II, 
278. — Duces et populi; V, 65. — Du- 
cum acies staturaj II, 566. — fata jam 
iDclinant; UI, 762. — « sacra ta dona 
gestans quercus ; I, 1 38. •— sxva arma 
dirimens; I, 104. — sponte pax fuitj 
X , gg. — Ducibus bellum movere per- 
raissum est; I, 120. — scelerum im- 
mixtum; II , 249. — Duces partesque 
utrasque feri ; II, 59. — Duces ite me- 
cum; IX, i5o. — regum; VII, 584- 
Dyrrhachii ad arces tendit ; VI, i4* 

E. 

E campis fulsere volucres; VI, 129. 

— fluctibus videre ; V, 64o. — canti- 
bus iram mittere; IV, 553. — celsa 
sedeprofari; V, 16. — collibus con- 
specti; IV, 74i« — totis collibus emi- 
sit; VI, 291. — culmioe despicere; V, 
25o. — fatis exirej VT, 3i3. — fauci- 
bus raptura; VI, 553. — gentibusrap- 
tum aurum ; VII, 741» — jure TÎctoris 
raptus; IX, io54* — litore compren- 
dere; V, 4^*0- — litore spectare^ IV, 
495. — moenibus pendere; VII, 369. 

— nobis quis ; X, 369. — nobis quos 
peut; VI, 601 . — numero solus; VIII, 
•23 1 . — pectore bellum confecit ^ IX , 
658. — partibus Arctois^ I, 534» ~^ 
pulvere panro tumulus; X, 38o. — 
terris ar cere; VIII, 588. — cunctis 
umbris noscere^ Vi, 779. 



- EFF 175 

Ebenus Mareotica ; X, 1 17.*— Ebe- 
ni comis Ixta Meroe ; X, 3o4. 
Ebibit humorem; IX, 74^. 
Ebulum^ IX, 916. 
Ebur atria vestit; X, 119. 
Ebumls gradibus stat ; II, 356. 
j^c^eite» puppim in aquisretinens; 

VI, 675. 
Echinades'y VI, 364. 
Echionias Thebae; VI, 357 . 
Ecquis juvenum; IV, 542. 
Edax aetas; VII, 397. — ignis; IX, 

742. — livor tibi cuucta negat; 1, 288. 

Edissero : edissere mores Tulgi; 
X, 178. 

Edo : edit Persis diversis fontibot- 
(fluvios); III, 257. — Edidit hasta 
clades; III, 680. -— non clamoremj 
I, 58o. — Edere dolorem gemitaş j 

VII, 43. — Edere voces^ VII, i^S. — 
Editus, non utile exemplum; X, 27. 

Editor noctumx aur» Samu»; II, 
423. 

Edoctus motus fulminis; I, 587. 

Edonis Lyxo plena; I, 675. 

Educo : eduxit pestes; IX, 63o.— 
Educta e latebris turba; III, io5. — 
Educto dorso in aera surgit^ II, 4^8* 

Effatur}i^c'y VI, 246. — merse io 
robora ferro; III, 435. — - Effaher» 
nU; VIII, 347. 

Effero : extulit aetas Milumj VI, 
474* — illum saltus; ib, 181 . — jubar 
diem ; V, 456.-- mentes juvenum ; IV^ 
520.— Extuleras rupem; V, 78. — 
Elatus specula ignis; VI, 279. — EUt- 
tas alte manus; I, 387. 

Efferus: effera discordia; VI, 780. 
— Erichtho; VI, 5o8. 

Effeia tellus; IV, 593, — EffeUB 
cer»; IX, 285. 

Efficil trunco umbram; I, i4o. — '^ 
Effecity\x\.\3A\ IV, 470* ^-^ EffecUim 
est quibus, ne; VII, 102. — Effeci" 
mus votum hosti, ut; VII, 99. — Effe-^ 
cUim bac luce, ut ^-ib. 4^8. -~ quod 
debet, etc; ib. 43 1* 

jE/pgtMlaDguida;IX, io34. — ple- 
bis innumera; VII, 10. 



176 



EFF 



J^. 



JEffltigunt figuras rolatu; V, 713. 

Effiatur saniesţ IX, 795. 

Effluit ia terras} IX, 775. — raLies 
per oraj V, 191 . —• Effluxit Humor 5 
YIII, 690. — Effluet ia lacrixnas; IX, 
106. 

" Effodit lumina spectads membris; 
II, i85. — Effodisse orbea; VI, 54a. 

— Effosscun lambere terram; UI, 346. 

— Effossum aotnim; X, 19. 
EJfracti tumuli ; VI, 574* 
Effugis mioasj V, 194. — EJjrugit 

pericula valloj I, 5 16. — umbram; 
IX, 695. ^- Ejfuge Cxsaris munus; 
If, 5a5. — jEjfugientem animam col- 
legit,^ III, 623. 

Effundo : effundunt querelas; li, 
44 • — Effudit acies^ VI, 292. — do- 
loremj IX, 147. — haec; VIII, 590. 
panrum sanguinis^II, 129.— lacrimasj 
IX, 1039. ~-^° ▼"Jousj VIII, 727. — 
nubes Centauros; VI, 387. — «ara; 
IX, 491- — vires; VII, 714. — vo- 
ces; IX,. 565. — Effudere flatum; ib, 
33a. — urnastumulij VII, 857.— jF/- 
f undam populos; VIII , 309. — ^ Ef- 
funde paludes; IV, 119. — Effundite 
vi rea; VI t, 344* — Eff undai corpus in 
i^^nes; VIII, S^-j.—EJundant Zepby- 
rum; IX, 4» 8. — Effundere aniuias^ 
V, 263. — minas} ib. 261. — in pla- 
num muros; 1 , 383. — quanlum mor- 
ţiş; IX, 680. -• se signis; ib. 808. — 
voces; VIII, 616. — Effundens cri- 
nes- yertice; t , 18S. -—nu dos per aera 
ramos; I, i4o. — sibila; IX, 724. — 
Effunditur rabies Gallica per Alpes ; 
II, 535. — Effusus campus; VI, 270. 
— campis cruor; IV, 354. — in aula 
onyx 5 X, 1 16. — ' in caput; VII, 529. 
miles; VI, 72. — passus; IV, 271. — 
Effusa acies; ib. 743. — comas; IX, 
172. — per artus; ib. 56. — serpens 
iu auras; IV, 727.— lellus; V, 19.— 
vis sanguinis; II, 21 5. — Effusam ur- 
bem circueunt ; 1 , 6o5. — Effasi cri- 
nesj VII, 370. — retrorsum angues; 
IX, 653. — Effusce in amplexus pal- 
mae; IV, 176. — j?/fi^a membra ; VII, 



ELI 

3o5. — solo arma ; VIII, 369. — Ef- 
fusas laniata comas; II, 335. — ^jBf^" 
sis imbribus ; III, 70. — per colla cri- 
nibus; 1, 44^* — numeratQ milite telîs ; 
III, 285. 

Egeo : eget miles obsessus ; IV, 95. 

— mors telis; VI, 232. — numea vo- 
cibus; IX, 575. — ratibus; VIII, 119. 

— sponsore; IX, 393. — tempus mi- 
lite; VII, 88. ~ Egeant agri imbri- 
bus; VlIIy 829. — < coactis gladiis; III, 
3a3. — • sortilegis; IX, 58x. — Egens 
caloris; ib. 'jo^. — morbus; IV, 371. 

Egerit cavernas .£tna; VI, 295. '— 
paludem; V, 464* — pietas querelas; 

II, 64. — Poutus undas Maeotidos; III, 
277. — Egere, quod superest animae; 

III, 718. '^-* Egeritur regum gaza; ib. 
i6y. — ' spirilus in artus; IV, 644' 

Egestas cogit ad spolium pacis ; III, 
i32. — quae servit; III, i52. — quod 
suasisset; I, 173. 

Ego peremi te; VIII, 639. — turn , 
cui; VII, 299. — mihi bella geram^ 
V, 357. — menc unum putasti;. IX,. 
5o5. — me testem fecit ; VII, 287. — 
mecum numen si es; VIII, ^4^ '""' "'^ 
teste; IX, 39 1 .— nobis geruntur bella ; 
VII, 79. 

Egreditur fYlUy 240.— bustis; VI, 
520; — Egrediens puppe; IX,. 173. — 
Egressus maritus; VIII, 576. — cul- 
men ; VII, 595. — tenloria ; V, 5n . — 
Egressa modum membra ; IX, 794. 

Ejectai sanguis saniem per ora ; III,. 
658. 

EJicio i erecta Syrtibus classis ; IX, 
368. 

Elapsus de pectore Magnus; IX, 8o.- 

Elementa rumpuntmoras; V, 635. 

EUphas; IX, 732. — bellua Liby- 
ca terrx; VI, 208. 

Eleus souipes ; 1 , 294. 

E licit patres Consul; V, 9. — * Eli- 
ciam vos- comine vero; VI,- 733", — 
Elicere prxiia; IV, 721. — Elicilum 
virus; IX, 932. 

Elidunt graves trunci corpora viva ; 
II, 206. — Elidere pontum; VI, 56. — 



EME 

JElisus ah Austro fluctus ; IX, SSg. — 
lituis aer; YII, 476. — Elisa est teUus 
gemino profundoţ II, 437. — £liso 
ventre sanieni per ora ejectat sanguis ţ 
m, 657. — Elisa guttura fregit la- 
queo; II, 164. 

Eligit hostem , in quem cadat ; VI, 
206. — Tatem ; ib. 6a8. — £legit ami- 
cos; VIII, 535. — armis ducem; ib. 
352. — arenas; IX, 696. — Elige ter- 
ras morţi; VII, 711 . — EU^ere e cuoc- 
tîs; VI, 157. — ElecUim corpus; ib. 
637. — Electa cervice marem aris ad- 
movet ; 1, 609. 

Eloquar'^ VI, 739. 

Eloguium Bomanum; VQ, 63. 

Eluctatus ia undas amnis; II, 219. 

Elysios nulla Thessalis meretur; 

VI, 699. — Elysice sedes ; ib, 600 , 
782. — Elysiis sedibus expulsa ; 

m, 12. 

Emathiaj VI, 332: VII, 799. — 
Emathice campi; VIII, 43 : IX, 1 5. — 
defuit; VIII, 36o. — funesta dies; 

VII, 4^7* — Emathiam adspicis; ib. 
683. — Emathia nihil tutius; VI, 820. 

Emathis Pharsalos; VI, 35o. — 
tellus ; ib. SSo. 

Emathius : Emathia acies ; VIII, 
53 1. — clades ; IX , 950. — procella; 

VIII, 2o3. — ruina; IX, 33. — terra; 
VII , 794» — Emalhium ferrum; IX, 
245. — litus; VII, 860. — Emathii 
agri; VII, 166. — campi; I, i : VI, 
620 : IX , 1045. — Philippi; IX , 27 1. 

— Emathice clades; VIII, 34 « ^li. 

— or»; ib. 188. —terra; VI, 3i5. — 
Emathias acies Erinnys transtulit; I^ 
688. — Emathia SLimA'^ IX, 1017.— 
arva;IV, 256 : VU, 191, 846 : VIII , 
266. — tecta ; X, 58. 

E mergere stagnis; IV, 128. 

Emereo : emeruit nullus ; V, 688. 

Emeritus Marş ; VII , 258. — Eme- 
rita morte tela tenet; III, 622. — 
Ementum jus; V, 7. — Emeriţi doni 
iosignia gerens; I, 357. -— Emeritis 
qux sedes erit ; 1 , 344* — Emeritas 
repetunt navalibus alnos, III, 5ao. 
//. Pars altera. 



ENS 177 

Emetitur iter mOite; IX, 735. — 
Emensus scopulos; Vm, 4^** 

Emicuit cohors semine Ca'dmi; IV, 
55o. •*— cruor solitus; I, 614. — ful- 
men mundi fragore;i6. i53. — lam- 
pas caelo; ib. 533. — lentus sanguis 
Tulnere ; III , 639. 

Eminetf VI, 35 1. — agger; IX, 
341. — ^ malus aequore; V, 641. — 
turris super rates; IV, 432. — - EnU" 
neant nuUae aequore rupes ; II , 667. 

— Eminuit cacumen; V, 76. — murs; 
VII, 599. 

E minus obruitur hastis; IV, 774* 

— stetit; VII, 65o. 

Emittit saxis aera; VI, 91. — E^ 
mittunt viscera saniem per rimas ; I^ 
625. — Emisit agmen e collibus; VI , 
291. — Deum vates; V, 211. — equos 
in agmeo ; IV, 765. — tellus cautes 
Cyaneas; II, 716. — Enusere virus; 
IX, 810. — EmittantfuUi', IV, 5i5. 

— Emiseris aestus; ib. 1 13. — Emit- 
tere manes; VI, 65o. — Emittitur 
Marş; IV, 261. — Emissus yenis 
cruor ; VII , 625. -— Emissi amnes ; 

VI , 38 1 . — Emissas umbr» ; IX , 641 . 

— Emissas -venti rapuere carinas; 
III , 4^* — Ermssa tela aera texerunt; 
ib. 545. 

Emo : emit Cererem; IV, 96. •— 
Emimus te pignore; IX, 2021. ««.^ 
Emere omues urbem ; IV, 824. •— 
Emitur metus; III, 57. -^ Empta do- 
nis pax ; X , 1 07 < -^ Emptum sanguine; 

VII, 282. — Empti clientes Pom- 
peium regno satiabunt; I, 324. 

Emollit gentes; VIII, 366. 

En^ IV, 809 : V, 37 : VII, 740: 

VIII, 5o. — adest; IV, 276. — cer- 
nis; ib. 659. — quantum; VI, 5l. — • 
Tenit; X, 385. — vota; V, 277. 

Enceladon horret; VI, 294. 

EnchelicB testantes funera Cadmi; 
m, 189. 

Enecat Bacchum pulvere ; IX, 434* 

Enipeus; VII, 1 16, 224. — num- 
quam celer nisi mixtus; VI, 373. 

EnsiferiîvXf^el latus Orionis; I,66S. 

12 



178 EO 

Ensis dirus; VIII, 677. — Mem- 
phiticus^X, 5. — militisj VII, 287. 

— Pharius; VIII, 546. — pressus; 
VII, 562. — retectusj IX, 83i. — 
Romanus; VIII , 606. -^ »uu«; X, 466. 

— habet viresjVIII, 385. — inca- 
luitj VII, 146. — transigit Tifceraj 
IV, 545. — plurima agit 5 III, 570. — 
strictus noD est ducis, aed militis; V, 
a54- — sofficit odiis; VII, 490- — 
vagatur late j II, 102. — no«tri po- 
teos; IV, 8aa. — Ensem accipis; V, 
61. — £nse caput rotareţ VIII, 673. 

— ferit turba ţ III , 666. — moto suos 
salutare^ IV, 173. — nostro jacet ; 

IX, 1020. — petere ; VII, 348. — re- 
cepto C0I0DO8 yidit; II, ^94. — »e- 
parare juoctos ^ IV, a4o. — yiam c«> 
dunt; ib. 43. — in lato quis nolit moriţ 
II, 260. — Ensea patrii 5 X, 528. — 
projecti^ IX, 26. — daţi ne quisquam 
senriatj IV, 579. — quarendij IX, 
209. — En$es habet sub jure Pothinl ; 

X, 96. — patria negatis; IX, 264. 
. — rubros invaduot ^ 1 , 243. — poHu- 
tos sanguis tetigit ţ II , 536. — scvos 
circumspicit^ UI, 142. — ad enses 
venire; IX, io6. — in enses ire; VII, 

.669. •«- Ensibus enses confracti; ib, 
573. 

Eo ad umbras } VII , 9i3. — rursus 
per totum orbem ^ 1 , 693. — sub jura^ 
IX, 239. — îs rectus aquis; X, 289. 

— It Apidanos ; VI , 372. — tacens un- 
da; X, 329. — ad aethera clamor; I , 
388. — Cilix jam nou pirata; UI, 
228. — comes Sexto ; VI , 828. — cir- 
cum agmina ; VU , 559. — ocior sa- 
gitta; I, 229. — poena in scelus; X , 
343. — super Libyen; IX, 690. — 
tiinoi* in omnes; VU, 544« — ^ Imus 
in ax^ ; IX, 876. — JUs ad heredem; 
ib. 275. — Eunt smvmsR , quocumque, 
etc. VU, 816. — in arma; X, 53 1. 

— Ibat eques; VII , 226. — praeceps 
in puppim; VIU, 577. — Titan pro- 
BU3 in undas; III, \\. — Isiis ad au- 
strum, aves; VII, 834» — Ibis ia au- 
ras; ib. 816. — Ibit quis ad Sycnen ; 



EOU 

VUI, 852. — ferro in pectora; VU , 
324. — Phoebe fratri contraria; I, 78. 

— turbidus Enipeus; VU, 116. — / 
modo ; VIU, 784. -^ Ite, degeneres ; 
IX, 268. — - duces mecum; iA. i5o. 

— simul pedites ; U , 499* — ^i> jugu- 
lum; X, 393, 4<>9' """ V^^ gentes ; 
VU, 277. -— Eam dimissis degener 
armis; IU, 367. — dux, an milc^s; 
IX, 4^^* — ^^ umbras Stjgias; V, 
667. — - Eat ad Parthos; VIU, 429. 

— sic ; U , 3o4 : V, 297 . — tanta vir- 
tus incassum; U, 263. — in tutum 
mors; IX , 234. — Iret Marş in orbem 
alium; VI, 579. — in artus sudor; 
IX, 745. —■' regnum sub arma; X, 5. 
'•^lerit dies sanguine paryo ; VI , 1 58. 
'—Issem in thalamos Caesaris; VUI, 
88. — Isset in arma ; IX , 21. — in 
occasus; X, 39. — Seres sub juga ; I , 
19. — Ire libet , qua ; IX , 852. — pu- 
det concessa via ; II , 446* ''^ *^^ ^^ j 

IX, 388. — astra vetat; X, 2o3. — 
polos non miratur ; VI , 465. — ad 
dominum ; IV, 217. ■» — regem coegi 
ad mortem; U, 582. -— de pnppe in 
ratem; VUI, 565. — bac; IX, 444* 
— ■ in xquor, et bella; IV, 225. — in 
belii medios furores paras; II, 523. 

— in clades ; VI , 284. — in devia 
mundi; VIII, 209. — in enses ; VU , 
670. — in nefas; V, 272. — in pec- 
tus ; VI , 722. — in plebem ; VU , 578. 

— per aequor ; V, 49^. — p«r ista ; 
VUI, 4^^* — P®^ omnes hoc opus; 

X , 197 . — per orbem ; VUI , 356. — 
ratibus; IX , 34> — super gladios ; VII,. 
748. — sine ordine; IV, 162. — va- 
cua mânu pudet; II, 122. — videt 
omnia Caesaris fatis ; IV, i44* — visus 
sanguis ; VII , 1 76. «— non umbras ai- 
nistras miraţi; IU, 248. — Iturus sub 
nubem luna vultus; V, 55o. — Ilur 
in nefas; IV, 243. •— Ibitur hoc or- 
dine beUi ; II , 224. 

Eos miserat populos; IX , 544* 
Eous cardo ; V, 71. — furor io La- 

tias oraş incubuit; III, 93. — orbis;. 

VUI, 289. — Eoi atheris color ^ U ^ 



EQU 

7^0. —£00 sub orbe s^dem dedisiesj 
I , aSa — Eoa ara ; VI , 680. — co- 
stos; IX, 917. — fidesj VIII, ai3, 
3 II. — «or« j VIU, 4*7* •— t«lbisj 
VI, 5a : VII, 44a : VUI, a3i. — 
terra^ VII, 4^3. — Eoce mercis mu- 
tator; VIII, 854. — -^o* ^aeli fusca- 
torj IV,66. — .^oiodores; VIII, 73i. 

— populi; VII, 56 : X, 47. — tra- 
tu5^ VIII, 365. -- Eoos recessun fa» 
ma moTit; III, aaQ. — Eoa gazas^ 
Vn, 74a. — geminx; IX, 5i6. — 
gentes ; IV, 35a. — ad Eoos pbare- 
tras signa yertat^ II, 55. — Eois non 
pejor Gortyna sagittisţ III, 186. — 
£011 sceptra j VIII , ao8. — Eoa us- 
que ad litora ^ III , 295. 

Ephebus morieusj VI, 563. •— E- 
phehis mixtis seoes armavit^ UI, 5 18. 

Ephesosf VIU, a44' 
' ^Phf^^y VI, 57. 

Epkjrrea moenia ; VI, 17. 

Epidamnus lUyris ; U , 6a4. — E^ 
pidamni campi \ X , 545. 

'Eplrum elicit pati'es; V, 9. 

Epulce Catoni, Ticisae famem; II ^ 
384* -^ suqt leooes rapti j IV, 60a. 

— excepere^ ]^, 108. — Epulas ab 
orbe petimus ^ IX , 43o. — auro mfu- 
dere; X, i55.. — feris daturumi ţX , 
8oa.-~ Epulis festis sepiemTÎr j 1, 60a. 

— modum imposuit; X, i;a. — p«- 
ratur locus; VU, 79a. — d«feotujij 
X, a8i. — destricu aula; ik. 4'^^- — 
plenu»; ib. Sg/d, — vesana reglaj VIU, 
4oi. 

Equet Ponikus; VU, aa6. — Ro- 
mânut; i^. 1^ — speculator; VUI, 
47a. — auget stimulos; VII, i43* 
— * cessU campis ; ik* 53o. — didţixit 
comua; i&. 507. — egU curnis; VUI, 
81 o. — EquiUm jubet siicc^dere ; IV, 
44- *— - pnecedere turmas pedituoi; 
IX, fy)o. — Equitum properate ca- 
terva; II, 49^- 

Equidem^ VI, 776. ^-* cautum; 
VIU,8î>4. 

Equus primus a Neptuno in TheS' 
$aUa produclus, omen beilis^ VI, 



ERI 179 

397. — Equo subUmis; VU, 34a. — 
solveus jejunia ; III, a83. — Equi so- 
lis; IX , 853. — coguntur vulneribus; 
IV, 761. — Equos egit Titan; VU, 
3. -^ non utile clausis auxilium; IV, 
a69. — Equis cogniu gens; VI, 385. 

Erebi Dei; VI, 5i3. — caeli^ue 
Deis liberat ; II, 3o6. — ioane; VI , 
731. -^'facies; ib. 738. — leges; ib» 
635. — non tacitas sedes; I, 45o. 

ErepUts. vid. Eripio. 

Ergasiula ferro manus exseruere; 
II , 95. 

Ergo^ VI, 36o : VU, 385 : IX, 
a56, 1073. -- fui î IX, 55. 

Erichtho maga; VI , 5o7, 64o , 7^5, 
8a6. 

Eridanus deroWit in zquora silvasţ 
JI, 409. 

Erigit (Apeoninus ) Italiam coUt- 
bus; U , 397- — l»tu» unda ; V, 649. 

— te series laborum; I , i a4. — tunr«ft 
moturas pondera; U, 5o6. — Erexit 
jubam leo ; L, 309. — aras ; IX , 988. 

— mootes^ ib, 657. — undasinsco» 
pulos; V, 66ow — Erige mcntem; 
VIU, 7a — sUvas; VU, 807. —En-^ 
gat Oeeanum Titan; I, 4^6. — En^ 
gere agros; IV, 378. — Marium im 
fasces; VIU , a 7 o. — Erigitur acics ; 
IV, 4<>» "^ ardua pinţis; U, 696. — 
şaxo lancea; VU, i4o. «^ stellatM 

' axibus agger ; III , 4^* — viftus; VU, 
334. -^ Erectum cadarer ; VI, 757. — 
Erectis comis discussa serta; V, 171. 

Erirmyt ciyilis; IV, 187. — Laţii; 
X , 59. — pronuba ; VIU , 90. — 
ingens urbem cingebat; I, 57a.— tris- 
tis Emathias acies transtulit; 1, 687 . — 
Eriimyn câştigat verberibus; VI, 747* 

Eripio : eripis omuia fato ; IX , 981 • 
-^ Eripil hix ilammas astris; U, 731 • 
^- tibi partem ; V, a65. — Eripitmt 
animam ;» cadaver; IX, 788. .— tibi 
mra populiţ VII, 8a4. — Eripuit 
nautis carbasa; IX, 3a5. — nox mo- 
dum ventif V, 710. — Eripiam^^i 
quietera; VI, 3a 7. — Eripe casibus 
jus ; VI , 597. — gentes victori; VII, 

ia. 



iSo 



EftY 



a33. -^ miseras terras belUs^ IV, i io* 

— Eriperet roundo caput^ X, 5. — 
Eripere consiliu m j IV, ^oS. — locum 
-victoribus^ YI, i!^i. — Teniam^ IV, 
iSg. — Eripiens niunera avi j VII, 
417. — Eripiente ducem mari^ VIII, 
724. — Eripitur inique^ VI, 726. — 
Ereptus natalis^ VII , 89 1. — Erepta 
est mihi merces laborum ^ 1 , 34o. — 
Ereptum est regnum sororij V, 63. 
^ nefas socero ; ib. 65. — Erepto 
vcllere noti Colcbi; II, 5^1 . — Ere- 
pta lacertis arma j IX , 47 6. — pila ; 

VII, 159. 

Erro : errat in arvis; IX, 939. ■ — 
mapâlibus Afer j IV, 684« — rama ha- 
bitator in urbibus; I, 27. — ulla sine 
lege per aevum; I, 642. — Errauit 
sine voce ^ II , 3 1 . — Erremus ,• VIII , 
8o4* — Erraret Grassus inulta umbra ^ 
I, II. — Errare castris^ IV, 197. — 
hostes aperto freto; II, 66i. — pate- 
ris ades profundo ; III , S5g. — veli- 
tos Daas ; VII , 4^9* — Erranlem 
Mxandrou adit Marsya ; III , 208. — 
Errantes Scythix populi; ib. 267* — 
Erranies stells ; VII , 4^5. — Erran- 
tes domos melius dedisset ^ I, 253. — - 
Errantia venlo regna; VI, 458. 

Error vagus ; VII , 546. — Errore 
implicita vix^ VIII, 5. — sublato; 
III, 606. — SUD felices populî^ I, 
459. — viarum failitur populator; IV, 
91.'—- Erroribus addere crimen j 

vu, 59. 

Erubuit j^iiuTSi jubere^ III, 112. 
Erumpo : erupU aud ax juvenlus 

III , 5oo. — Erupere voces j IX , 255 

— Erumpat classis remige^ ib, 149 

— jugulosanguisţ VI, 555. — Eruni 
pere ab Oceano; X, i5Q. — - castris 

IV, 732. — in puppim sociam ; III 
600. -~ quareutem ventuin ^ ib, 460 

— per militesj VI, l56. — venis 
X, 264* 

Eruo : eruere cbalybem ; IV, 223. 

— E ruitur templo ^ III, i56. 
E/y cina Thapsosţ IX, 919. 
Er)x celsus depellatur^ II, 666. 




EUR 

Esculea arce Lentulus depellitur; 

n,469- 

Esse ,* vid. Sum. 
Essedonice geutes; III, 280. 
Etns^ vid. Hesus, 
Et contra j VI , 6o5. — ignes solis 
fugiebant astra^ I, 291. — ipsa cedis; 

VIII, 75o. — nobis dabispcenas^ V, 
l58. — sumus et fatear^ X, 368. — 
tu; V, 362. — (item, que , continuatio 
negativa, pro, et, non,nec)', II, 40, 
235, 355, 356, 357, 358, 373 : IV, 
75i : V, 542 : VI, 3o7, 3io : VII , 
595 ; VIII , 628 : IX , 577, io36 : X , 
II 5. 

Etiam nunc} V, 248 : Vm, 657 -■ 

IX, 717,874. 

Euboicus recessus; V, i83. — Eu- 
boica unda arctior limes j II, 719. — 
Euboicce Cbalcidos regnum; V, 227. 

— Euboicum litus; ib. 23 1. — Eu- 
boici laterisconvallis; ib. 196. 

Eudoxi fastusţ X, 187. 
Euganeus collis; VII, 192. 
Eumenis Lycurgi tela contorsit; I, 
576. — Eumenides f VI, 664, 695. 

— Eumenidum crinesj IX , 642. — 
vultus; VII, 778. — Eumenidas quas 
vocasti; £6. 169. — tenentes lampadasj 
UI, i5. 

Euptirates^\Ulj 290 : X, 33. — • 
fertilis; III, 260. -^ magnus cum Ti- 
grido caput tollit; ib. 257. — obmit 
nomina; VIII, 438. ^- Euphraten bi- 
benies; ib. 2i3. -— Nilumque move; 
II, 633. — ab Euphrate capta signa 
sequi; VIII, 358. 

Euripus cursum mutat undarum; 
V, 235. 

Europa ,* VI , 817.— alios soles vi- 
dens; IX, 872. — Europce et Asia 
terminus Tanais; III, 275. — urbes 5 
IX, 686. — Europam ab Asia dister- 
minatj ib. 958. 

Eurus pelagus tenet; IX, 118. — 
rudentibus stridens; ib. ii3. — Eu- 
rum immitut) II, 457. — tenen8;'IX> 
4ao. — Zephyrumque timens; II, 
676. — in adversum fluctus irapeUi»; 



EXA 

HI, 33a. —7 fluri madidis flâlibus re- 
solutx Alpes ,• I, 219. -r- »e ţpllunt j 
VI, 365. — Euro nabifero polus ces- 
şeriîj II, 4^9. — rudentes tendente; 
yi , 674. — sub primo casura ^ 1 , 141 . 

— ab Euro flammas accepit^ IV, 61. 

— in Euro jacetj VIII, 8ia. ^Euris 
repugnat; in, 549- 

Euxinum ferens ; IX , 960. 
Ei^aderef IX, 887. — clanstris; 
VI, 118. 
Evaleo : evaluit revocare ^ I, 5o5. 

— TiUn nives solvere^ IV, 84- 
Euanuit aura^ X, 166. 

Eveho : evexit ratis in altum ; 

vm, 36. 

Evello : ewellere tela membris j VI , 
255. — Evulsus mihi tumnlis: IX, 
i55. 

Evenos maculatus sanguine; VI, 
365. 

Euentus ducis; VIII, 593. — Mar- 
tis; V, 68. — rerum; ib. 779. — Ewen- 
turn fraudi dare; IV, 73o. — E^'entu 
facili prxlia gesseris; I, 285. — Even- 
tus scrutări; IX, 55o. 

Euertii arces; VIII, 490* — *^i- 
qucm; V, 654« — puppim; ib. 647. — 
Ei^ersa felix nioriturus in urbe; II, 74> 

Evocat cohortes ; 1 , 395. — illum 
moranteni; V, 481. 

Evolvit orbes cavis sedibus; II , 
l84« — turribus cadavera; VI, 171. 
— - Evolvunt s&xsi lacertis; III, 48 1. 

— Ewoham busto Isin; IX, i58. — 
Evolvimur orbe; ib, 876. 

Euomo : evomuere fretum caTemae ; 
IV, 460. 

Ex aequo; V, 495. — aequo me adit; 
Vni, a32. — facili receptus; IV, 46. 

— habitu mutasse; VUI, 666. — bos- 
te; IV, 719. — noraine multum super 
est ; VII ,717. — populis ultima ; VII , 
444* — V^^ loco agnoscat yultus ; 
VU, 793. 

Extestuat igne; V, 17a. 

Exagitant curas praesagia ; VIII , 
44* '~~ Exagitei clamor nautieus li- 
tora;II,689. 



EXC 



18; 



Examen in mimerum; VII, 161. 

— Examina ,♦ IX , 285. 
Examinat hoTAS'j VIII, 467. 
Exanimat mpes corpora pressa; 

m, 473. — trepidum; VIU, 8. 

Exanimis TvAtas'^ VI, 658. — Exa- 
nimem te complectar; II, 3o2. — 
Exanimes artus; VI, 721. — Exa^ 
nimes vultiis premit; II, 26. 

Exardeo : exarsit Marş; IV, 5a8. 

— cotibus mucro ; VII, i4o. 
Exarmant Medos prielia ; VIII , 

387. — Exarmare dextras; V, 356. 

Exaudite preces; VI, 706. — Exau- 
diai herbas; VI, 71 5. — ut umbra 
magos; VI, 767. 

Excanto : excantare Deos; VI, 
686. — Excantata mens; VI , 4^^- — 
pestis; IX, 931. 

Excedere caslris; IV, 734» — pa* 
trios muros; I, 497* — Exeedit 
Olympus nubes ; II, 27 1 . — Excessit 
medicina modum; II, 142. -^~ Exce- 
dat ripam; VIII, 236. 

Excelsa Boma ; VI, 75. — de rupe 
urbem conspicit; III , 88. — Excelsi 
coUes; VII, 790. — Excelsas urbis 
' in arces tela cadunt; III, 462. 

Excerpsit Bomana fata; V, 186. 

Excio : excivit fama Alciden; IV, 
611. — populos Fortuna; III, 291. 

— vires regis ; IV, 669. — Excivere 
in praelia manus ; VII , 36 1 . — Excite 
fer a 8 urbes; II, 48. — Exciri ad tu- 
multus in pugnam; VI, 11. — Exci- 
/u^vocibus; V,498. — Excita stratis 
juyentus; I, 289. — Excitos sedibus 
ortus; VIII, 3 10. 

Excipit Austrum lilore; IX, 44^- 

— Canopos; VIII, 182. — labentem 
turba; VI, 25a. — nomen clamore 
l«to; V, 47- — P**" ^'»* ferrum; III, 
601. — tela juvcnis; ib. 728. — te 
longi triumpbi pompa ; I, 287. — Ze- 
pbyros; "VI , 339. ^ Excepi feta ge- 
minos maritos; II, 339. — Excepit 
clamorem Haemus; VII, 4^0. — ma- 
ritus conyicia ; II , 369. — patriam ; 
IX , 25. — Exeepere epulae gaudia ; 



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EXC 



X, io8. -» lapsus tuos; ib. 3i8. — 
menim; ib. i6i. — rates manua dassi 
p&ratas; II, 71a. — Excipiam vul- 
nera belii ^ ib. 3i i. -^Excipiet te re- 
gia caeli ; I, 47* "~" Excipe ossa ; "VIU , 
838. •— ExcipiU bellum; IX, 88. — 
ExâpMret insula saxis Coros; II, 618. 

— Exciptre alnos; IV, 4^a. — fau- 
cibus ensem ; Vi , aSg. — ferrura pec- 
tore; IV, 166. — Excepisse faces 
tectis paraţi; III ,344* — Exoepturus 
aquas sonipes; I, aai. — Exceptus 
sit scelcri locus ; III , 333. — Excepta 
manibus suonim Cornelia ; V, 799. — 
Excepta morte; ib. 23o. — Excep^ 
Uim in undis vulnus; III, 58a. — 
Excepti concubitus legibus ; VIII , 

4oa. 

Excitat calorero juvenis; II, 3a5. 

— cessantes; VII, 577. — flammas; 

VIII, 776. — metut et spes; VII , 
386. — deztras ad prxlia; IV, ao8. 
«— Excitet umbras Fortuna 5 ib. 788. 

Exclamat^ I, 369, 63 1. 
Exclusit Gynthia Boream; IV, 61. 

— Exclusimus aequore; VII, 97. — 
Excludere ţam non tantum; III , 368. 

— Exdudi sinas bellum ; ib. 33a. — 
Exdusus Cato; IX, 298. 

Exooquitur «re ; IX, 4'>^* 

Exorementa manus; VI, 543. 

Excrevit solum in altum ; IV, 1 1 . 

Excubatf IX, 883. — bospitibus; 
ib, 910. 

Excurrit in Zephyros lader; IV, 
4o5. — soper ripas; VI, 273. 

Exeufsus hosti abstulit; X, 5i3. 

Excutit se unda stagnis ; V, ^5^. 
.— Excussit cristas galeis; VII, t58. 

— galeam; IX, 5 10. — viris mentes 
tomultus; IV, 536. — Excustere ne- 
bulaf solutis comis; VI, 4^- — ^*~ 
cutiet tellus fretum ; 1 , 77. — tibi vir- 
tutem; II, a 44* — Excute mores; 

IX , 559. — Excusserit orbi pacem ; 
1, 69. — Excutere clădea; VIII, 269. 

— puppes ordine; V, 710. — Excu- 
tiens colla ; VI, 665. — pinum £rin- 
nys; 1, 573.-— i?jrctf tiCursaxum verberis 



EXE 

ictu; in, 470- — Excusta lacertis 
lancea ; ib. 464. — glande Tyrrbe- 
num petens ; ib. 710. — Excusso la- 
certo optimus ; 1 , 4^4* — ^crro arma- 
tas raanus j ungere \ib. 117. — Excussi 
lacerti ; IV, 386. — placuere tori; II , 
6o5. — Excustalaiums borrore coma- 
rum; V, i55. — Excusta nubibns 
fulgura ; III , 409. -^ Excussis tor- 
qiientur tela lacertis; ib. 5&]. — ton- 
sis transcurrere mare; ib. 53^. 

Exedere senem vincula fcrri; II, 
73. — Exesa recessus luna; V, 547* 

— Exesce cavemx; IX, 468. — ru- 
pe»; IV, 589 : V, 5i4. ^- Exesis ni- 
pibus patens antrum; III , aa6. 

Exemplar bonesti ; IX , 563. — 
leti ; IX , 83a. 

Exemplum mei victis partibus esto ; 

II, 5i4* — mortis bonestae Scaeva ; 

. VI, a35. ^-non miles erat; III, 7^* 

— non utile mundo; X, a7. — perit; 
ib. 344* — accipit pietas; IX, 180. 

— magnum parat; IV, 497* — Exem- 
plo Csesaris ; VI , 3ao. — cavens hic- 
tus; IX, 169. — Exempla rirorum ; 

IV, 575. — fatorum ; I, 94. — timori 
quaerens; II, 67. 

Exeo : exit Cypros in Austrum 
VIII, 461. — pars Joris per antra 

V, 96. — Scorpios; IX, 533. — vox 

VI, 44^' *"-* nobis umbra; IX, 539. 

— unda e soHtis fontibus; IV, ^S. '— 
aestatibus mediis; X, a3l. — fonte; 
ib. a 16. — terris Aponns; VII, 193. 

— in iram ; III ,11a. — in undas Scy- 
tbicas Hister; II, 4^0. — in undas 
Garganus ; V, 38o. — per ferrum 
Tulneris securus; I, aia. — Exisse 
tempora in moras; V, 4 10. — Exibat 
amnis in aequor; VIII, 34* — Exie- 
rant sidera; V, 4^5. — Exibit hic fu- 
ror multos in annos ; 1 , 668. •— Exi 
montanis fontibus, gurges; II , 485. — 
Exeat acies; VII, 3a7. — sanguis , 
quum torserit bastam; III, 679. -— 
aula; VIII, 493. — Exierii lancea 
dextra ; IV, aoa. — per yiscera cujus 
yulnus; VU, 6ao. — Exire jussum 



EXI 

virus j IX, 93a. — vetaut ; VIII , 1 46. 

— Tetunte materia fulmen ; I , i55. — 
ruinis laţi»; VI, 122. — Pactolon ab 
auriferis metallis passa telIus^III, 209. 

— e £gttis^ VI, 3i3. — in rectum; 
VII, 337. — super arduaj VI, 139. 

Exercet habenis totis rabiem ; IX , 
454» — Exercent incertas îctu lan- 
guentemanns^ III, 693. — Exercere 
fortunam suam per pericula; V, 3o3. 

Exerdtus sitiens ; IV, 336. — am- 
bial ignem; VIII, 735. 

Exhalat Eurus nebiiias; IV, 65.— 
«olum Tentos; V, 84* 

Exhaurit'HesperiAm aquis; II, ^le. 
—- Exhausit delectus Athenas ; UI , 
181. — virum; IV, 62a. — Exhau- 
stus cursuţ VIII, 3. — sol orbe me- 
dio^ V, 544* — Exhausta lacrimisj 
IX, 171. — partu^ II, 340. — rupes; 
V, 164. — terraj VI, 81. — sanguine 
turbat V, 333. — sudore jurentus ; 
IV, 3o3. — Exkausium io cumulos 
pelagus; V, 644- — uberj IV, 3i5. 
•*« Exhaustas domus populis ^ VIII , 
a53. — pacis spolium; III, i3!i. — 
Exkausto anno^ V, 44* — frustra la- 
bore; III , 496. — Exhausii sudori- 
bus artusj IV, 638. 

Exhibet tibi; IX, 1018. — Exhi- 
huit monimenta ^ IV, 498. 

.Exigit annos fides; VIII, a8a. — 
noctem^ X, 106. — Tictoria dexti^as; 

VII, 367. — pcenas victoria; ib. 771. 

— a misero poenas; VIII, aa. — ad 
planctus famularum brachia; II, a4' 
•— Exegjit clades in uno die; VIII, 
703. — gladium per gentes; X, 3a. 

— ferrum per visceralii, 149. — 
in nullos usus; IX, 3io. — - Exegere 
biemem; IX, a49* — Exiget solem ; 

VIII, 376. — ut roges; ib. 348. — 
Exige pcenas { ib, io3. — somnosţ X, 
354. — Exigat ensem ; VIII, 656. — 
Exigere ensem; IV, 565. — - Exacta 
jaculis clades; VII, 490. "-^ Exactum 
orbem ; II, 57 7 . — Exaoto anno ; V, 4 4» 

Exiguus cinis; IX, a. — pulvis; 
VIII,&7. — tepsjIX, 764. — tra- 



EXP 



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ctus; VII , a4i . — Exigua alnus; VIII, 
39. — carina ; ib. 54 1 • — flamma ; ib. 
766. — manus; IV, 730. — molet ; 
X, 534* — -Pella; ib. 5a. •— requies ; 
IV, 195. —via; IX, 875. — est vic- 
toria , fugiens Magnus ; II, 708. -— 
Exigitam Gererem toto censu emit; 

IV, 96. •— Exigua nocte lucet Bootes; 
III, a5a. — scrobe posuit; VIII, 
756. •^— Exiguum dominos commisit 
asylum; I, 97. — vallum ; IV, 168. 

— sanguinis ; II , 140. -»- Exiguo ro- 
re; IV, 3oi. — vallopericula eflngit; 

I, 5 16. — ExigucB clades; VII, 664. 
•— puppes tenent navalia; III, i8a. 
— • Exiguis moenibus tuti; III, 34 1* 
•— Exiguum tument; V, 43 1 • 

ExUis glebis Arisbe; III, ao4. 
Eximius fretum scrutări; III, 698. 

— fuit Phoceus in pugna; III, 697. 
Exitus bic stabit civilibus armis; 

II, aa4. 

Exonerat questus; IX, 881. 
Exordia quaerere; VIII, a65. 
Exoritur dies j I , a34. — Exorta 
flumina; VI, 45* 

Exomare Deos armis; VI, a56. 

— Exornari donis ; V, 5 1 v 

Exoro : exorandus erit Gaesar ; IV, 
319. 

Expalluit Pboebe ; 1 , 539. — Ex" 
paliere heWi f uriaş; V, a46. 

Expavit nefas; IV, 556: X, 453. 

— Expavere voces furoris ; VII, 484« 
Expellit mentem priorem ; V, 168. 

— Expulit armatam urbem e sedi* 
bus ; II , 574* — cruor bastas ; III , 
590. — curia tribunos urbe; I, a66. 

— aurum Tagus; VII, 755. — pec- 
tore curas armorura; III, 53. *— > Ex- 
peUam tumulis; VI, 735. — Expu^ 
lerit quis ensem moriens; VII, 6aa. 

— Expulsus senatus ; V, 370. — Ex^ 
pulsa primas txdas mutarim; II , 345. 

— sedibus Elysiis; III, ia. -*- mater; 

V, 79. — templis vates ; ib. 309. — 
ExpulscB terris virtutis fides; II, a4i. 

— Expulso remige sedes rotans; III, 
673. «— Expulsi sedibus oculi; ib. 



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EXP 



712. — Expulsce umbraeţ "VI, 5i2. 

Expensa Sup«rorum, ct Caesaris 
ira ; III , 4^* 

Expers discriminis ; V, 1 94* — Ex- 
pert metus^II, 390. — Expertes pe- 
i«gi; V, 412. 

Expertus est ia discriminez V^ 249* 

— cessisseţ ib, 5oa.— ExpertaMber- 
tas , an jura viribus obsistere possent ţ 
in, 114. — 'Experţi mecum pericula; 

I, 3oo. — pharetras; YIII^ 3oa. 
Explent mor tem yubieraj VI, 21 3. 

"^Expleat quidquid aetas^VII, 387. 

— Expiere tremores; Uf. ^i5. 
Explicat cantu; VI, 694. — mu- 

nera «vi; VII, 4*7' — Natura dies; 
Vn, aoi. — orbesj VI, 488 : IX, 
709. •— se Meyania tauriferis campis ; 
I* 474* — tumulus parvum campum ; 
III , 377. — Explicat tellus campos ; 
IV , 19. — luxus ; 109. r— Pythona 
Faean^ V, Si. — turmas cotlibus; VI, 
9. —^ Expliouere jugum montes^ VI, 
477. — Explicare virum per mem- 
bra j IV, 629. 

Explorat taurus coruua in truncis ; 

II, 6o3. — Explorant partus^ IX, 
901. — Explorate fidem tyranni ^ 
VIII, 562. — Exploret numina; IX, 
547. — Exploratus Hammon; IX, 
586. — milesţ IV, 696. — Explo- 
ratce bostis viresj ib. ']Zi. 

Expono : exposuit ducum vires 
spectandas ; IV, 26. — Exponere ca- 
put in poenas damnatum^ 11^ 3o7. — 
Expositus perstat, caspide confixus^ 
111,619. — Expositutn cunclis nu- 
men; V, 102. — remigium; IV, 423. 

— Expositi fatis corporaj IX, 843. 
Exprimit glebas manus; IV, 3 10. 

— vox, quod^IX, 691. -— Expressit 
gemituspectore; ib. 1039. '—Expri- 
me verum Manibus; VI, 699. — Ex- 
primitur peslis; IV, 729. — Expres- 
sum ventis per nubila fulmen ţ 1 , 1 5 1 . 

Expromam vobis arca na y VIII , 
280. — Expromere ^nem ; V, 68. — 
rerum caussas; I, 67. — veras voces; 
\., 36o. 



EXS 

Expugnare senem venenis ; X, 36o. 

— Expugnat tuta fames; IV, 4 io»"" 
Expugnaniis opus^ X, 49 >• 

Expurgat arenas cantu \ IX, 914* 

Exquireret aquas ; IX ^ 749* — 
Exquisita fur ta fugx; IV, 417- 

Exsanguis senectus; I, 343. — Ex- 
sangues inter catervas; II, 202. 

Exsecta lingua palpitat; II, 181. 

— virum juventus; X, i34« 
Exsetfuice dignx; III, 292. 
Exserit caput Cprus ; V, 598. — 

berbas; IX, 438. — ignes; X, 212. 

— quibus orbem ; VIII , 160. — Ex- 
seruere ergastula manus ferro; II, 96. 
r— Exserti manus Cethegî; ib, 543. 

Exsiccata cutis ; VIII , 690. 
Exsilio : exsiluit ,* V, 791 . — -'equus ; 

VI, 398. — Ex$iluere pati'es sedibus; 
I, 488. 

Exsilium nominis; V, 786. — se- 
natus si peUt; III, iii. — patimur; 
l, 278. •— timebam; IX, 1086. 

Exsoluit metus suos turba ; V, 269. 
— • Exsolvi tibi fidem ; IX , 98. — Ex- 
sohite culpa gladios ; VII , 262. 

Exspectare imbres; IV, 33o. — 
sinu; VI, 804. — Extpectat dominos 
fortuna; VII, 744- — fiuctus; VIII , 
7*25. — morsus; VI, 553. — signa; 

VII , 83. — Exspecta majora votis ; 
V, 532. — Exspectate casus ; VIII , 
58 1 . — Exspectasse patrem; X, 4^7* 

— Exspectari ah omni terra; V, 671 . 

— Exspectalis bostis vires; IV, 641. 
Exspuit mortem; IX, 936. 
Exstinguit {u\f^vai nimbus; IV, 78. 

— Exstinguat aequore flammas ; III, 
687. — Exstinctum bustum; IX, 61, 

Exsto : exjto/it simula era informia 
truncis; III, 4^3 . 

Exstruit ipsc busti sui robora; II , 
i58. — rogum robore; VI, 825. — 
Exstruxit bracbia cruda terra^ III , 
387. — Exstrue Pindi nemus; VII , 
806. — Exstruat quod xtas; X , 1 1 2. 

— Exstrucius mons^ VIII, 695. • — 
Exstructi remigis ordo quater sur- 
gcns ; III , 53o. — Exstructos spo- 



EXT 

liii hostilibus arcuş ; VIII , 819. 

JSxtudet cur postibus aer ; IX, 619. 

Exsulf VI, 421 : VIII, 209 : X , 
87. — a primis sedibus; III, 339. 

— ingens populis comitantibus vădit ţ 
II, 730. — quidquid patiere; VII, 
703. — Maguusj ib, 379. — Marius 
caput abdidil ulva ; II , 70. — Serto- 
rius Hiberos movit; II, 548. — tanrus 
comua explorat; II, 6o3. — umbra ; 

VIII, 837. — Exsulihus Mariis mer- 
ces Roma fuit; II, 227. 

JEx*£i/flX,- V, 34. 

Exsultat Catiliua ] VI , 794. — mu- 
ru clausa juventus; III, 447* "^ tellus 
arenis; VIII, 639. 

Ex3urgens clamor j IX , 1 1 4* 

i?xto lancibus imposuit; VI, 710. 

— trepidantia j VI, 557. — Extis 
impune adparuil ; 1 , 6a6. — iu raptis 
iram Superum quaesWit; I, 617. 

Extemplo ^ \, 296. 

Extendit suas rupes ; II , 434* — 
Extendunt comua diductis prorisj 
HI, 547* — ExtenJat umhrM '^ X, 
337. — Extendere carioas; IV, 418. 
-— rura sub igaotis colonis; I, 170. 

— noiet tellus litera ; i^. 76. — par- 
tes in occursum hostis; II, 396. — 
Extensus Vyxho^ VII, i48. — umbo 
galeam protegit; III, 476» — Exten- 
sum velum; X, i43. 

Exierius mare^ X, 37. 
Exlemus chalybs^VII, 5 18. — 
Externa terra; X, 167. — Venus^ 

IX, 900. — Externi mores; X, 4o4> 

— Externa monstra; VIII, 548. — 
tecta ; V, II. — in praelia devot» dcx- 
trae; III, 3ii. — Extemis in bellis 
communia fata tulisse; ib, 307. — in 
orismiles clauditur; I, 5i5. 

Extimuit chaos natura ^ V, 634» 
Extollet animos in orbem^ VIII, 
345. 

Extrahe cladem in tempera multa j 
1, 672. — Extrahere nocles insem- 
nesj IV, 200. — ExtrahiturynrenXus-^ 
IV, 3o4. — parlus; VI, 589. — Ex~ 
tractus monstro pepulus^ VI, 636. 



EXU 



î85 



— Extracta de corpere mors; IX, 
935. 

Extremut amor is fructus;V, 794. 

— cardo; VII, 38i. — fructus; ib, 
32. — Oljmpus; ib. 478. — orbis; 
VI,3a5:Vn,54i: IX,43o. — -Bx- 
trema hora ^ VIII, 911. — lux; IV, 
447, 483 : Vn, i85. — nex; V, 734. 

— ora ; IV, 408. — tellus; IX , 474* 

— terra ; VIU, 797. — Extremum 
boc; V, 787. — litus; IX, aai. — 
munus; VIII, 741. — mor tis munus; 
VI, 724» — nomen; VII, 689. — opus 
ferri; ib. 345. — quod ferit; ib. 5o2. 

— senis diem prxcipitasse; II, io5. 

— Extremo litore sedeat Magnus; ibi 
659. — visu urbis amatx plenus ; I , 
3o8. — ab Aquilone Albis Suevos fun- 
dat; II, 5i. — ab axe ventus pelagus 
-volutet; 1 , 4 ia. — Extrema in ripa; 
ib. 194. — Extremi casus; VII, a39. 

— clientes;' I, 3 14. — collcs;II , 438. 

— fines; IX, 6a4. — manipli; VII, 
5o8. — multorum dies; I, 65o. — Ex- 
tremos per fines pomoeria cingere; I, 
594. — Olostras furor movit; III, 
a49. — ExtremoB resonant navalibus 
^ga; ib. 227. — re8;IV, 477* — ▼<>- 
ces; V, 193. — Extrema fata; VII, 
679 : VIII , 652. — Libyae regna ; X , 
79. — litora; VIII, 46. — membra; 
VI, 75 1. — signa mundi; IV, 609. 

— Extrema oscula fugi; III, 745. — 
£x/re/m« moenibus junctos agros co- 
lunt; I, 571. — terrarum in oris; IV, 
I. — Extremum poenarum; II, 619. 

— Extrema Libjx ; IX , 598. — 
mundi; IV, a33 : X, 376. — voto- 
rum; VIII, i43. — ad mundi yersus ; 

IU , 454. 

E xundat aheno cumulus;IX, 798. 
— - Exundans Oceanus ; X , a56.^ 

Exurit messe8;IX, 433. — orbita 
solum; ib. 69a. — Exuram membra 
sepulcro, etsilvis; VI, 766. — Exu- 
rere crines; IX, 57. — Exusta Can- 
cra Syene; VIII, 85 1. — Troja; IX, 
964* — ExustoB Fhocidos arces ; UI , 
340. — Exustos arens; IX, 7i5. — 



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FAC 



Exusta zonae calentisj IV^ 67 5. — 
mundi; IX, 38a. 

Exuvice auro impressx^ IX, 177. 

— JExuuias positura Scytale; IX, 
718. — veteres populi gesUins quer- 
cusil, 137. 

F. 

FâBRICIus te non vendiditj III, 
160. — Fabricii^ X, iSa. 

Fabula, fluvium ripas umbrasse; 
n, 410.— erit nomei^,- VII, 392.— 
bellorum; IV, aoo. — infelix^ VIII , 
407. — mendax; X , 282. — mon- 
•trat Thebas; VI, 356. -^pcr orbem 
Tulgata; IX, 6a3. — pudore cari- 
tura 5 VIII , 606. — Trojx non cod- 
tinuiteof; III, aia. 

Faoies deformis caii; IV, io5. — 
£rebi; VI, 738. — ignotu calo sere- 
no, et terribUia pallore Stygio ; ib. 
5i6, 617. — inc«sta perorat; X, io5. 

— locij VII, 788. — moesta; VIII , 
70. — nocens; X, 61. — populi; 

VII, i3. — pugna; IV, 164 — sacri; 
IX, 978. — similiima leto ; VII, i3o. 

— floUdata veneno; VIII, 691. — 
turba; V, 20. — viri clara; VIII, 14. 

— viventis est in illo; VI, 758. — 
unica Icti ; III , 653. -r- subit ,~ IX , 
789. — Faciem vitabant ; ib. 653. — 
in ykcfem puri caii redeunt; II, 723. 
-^ Fade hac Fortuna tibi placebas; 

VIII, 686. -^ Facies trufces; VII , 
391. — belii pompa pramittere; III , 
76. — Tultusque agnoscere ; VII, 793. 

Facilis Casar ; IV, 363. — cedere 
labor; VI, ao. — labor esl mutare 
modum tormentij III, 479- — men- 
tem vertere terror; II, 460. — capi 
Roma; ib. 656. — cades; IX, 1027. 

— cedere ripa; X, 3 10. — turbatur; 

IX , 469. — Facilem pradam urbem 
liquere; 1 , 5i3. — Facili eventu pra- 
lia gesseris; ib. !284- — es facili re- 
ceptus pedes; IV, 46. — Faciles adi- 
tus; VI, 616. — dedisse terga; IX , 
370, — morţi animi; IV, 5o6. — ad 



FAC 

j aga populi ; II , 3 1 4- — Faciles ac- 
cessus telhis obtulit; III, 44* — ^^^^ 
summa Deos; I, 5 10. — raptuspjeco- 
rumj IV, 90. — Faciles prabere ali- 
menu carina; UI , 683. — ira et ne- 
fas vile; I, 173. — • bumana ad mur- 
mura lingua; I, 56l. — fluminisun- 
das rumpit; I, aaa. 

Facinus heu! X, 5 18. — aquat, 
quos inquinat ; V, 290. — fiat tibi ; 

VIII, 604. — gladii; V, 206. — Po- 
ihini est Pompeius; IX, 2o3. 

Facio : facis ipse scelus; IX, io32. 

— suspecta arra; VIII, 5i5. — tu 
ipse tiroendum; IV, i85. — Facit, ne 
sic gerantur; IX, 1084. — bello fi- 
nem; V, 297. — Curio Bomam rc- 
gnum; IV, 692. — fattos latos; V, 
384- "— fidem metusj ib, 141. — ma- 
ncsj VI, 56i. — me certum mers; 

IX, 583. — nocentetj VII, 488.— 
nos sttblimes; X, 378. — pallor ad- 
tonitos; III, 4i4- — pestiferos; IX, 
729. —I- sibi 'quisque naufragium; I, 
5o3. — victor omne timendum; IX , 
47. — viris gaudia Tulnus ; VI, 227. 

— umbras suas luna; V, 435.-— unda 
Tybrim; II, fyxi. -^ Facimus nil; IX, 
574. — Faciunt nocentet; VIII , 484. 
•— FecitmAre mediaş terras sibi litora ; 
III, 61. — me testem; VII, 287. — 
opes tuas Fharsalia; VII, 745. — pa- 
tientes; IX , 9. — sibi iter yis sangui- 
nis; II, 21 5. — sibi quisque nefas; II, 
i47« — monstra fides; IV, 285. — 
Fecimus aspida mercem; IX, 707.— 
jus gladio; ib. 1073. — nefas; X, 
370.— partes favore; IX, 229. — 
quas viribus utendum est; I, 348. — 
Fecerunt aqua, qiio minus; IV, 3o6. 

— Fecere auxilium famem; IV, 3o8. 

— locum Oceano; IX, 4 16. — me tui 
immemorem oblivia; III, 29. •— pa- 
lam; VI, 784: VII, 520. — Pbilip- 
pos puros ; VII, 872. — plagam mor- 
talibus; IX, 6o5. — quantum scele- 
rum delicia; X, 478. •— totum nefas 
bellorum ; VI , 54^ — - vires fidem 
majora audendi; I, 4^7.-— fecerat 



FAL 

portum Auster^ V, 721. — usiim sce- 
leniin; II, 97. — Fecerat nefast IV, 
555. — Faciet pro libertate partes ; 
IX, 97. — te meum bellum civile; 
m, 34. — te Honor dignum ira; III, 
137. — Facient hae dextrs } VII, 387. 

— ciyilia bella manusţ ib. iă'jS* —pa- 
rca Superis Divos; ib. /^Sy. — te bella 
nocentem; II, ^5g. — Fac locum; 
VIII, 1 14. — -mihi talem Jubam^ IX, 
31 3. — Facias sic parens mundi ţ IV» 
III. — Facial quae dies tos colonos ; 
VII, a58. —victoria tua oos cireş; 
I, 279. — vim fatis; VI, 652. — Fa-' 
ccrent bella domiaum muodi; IX, ao. 
"^Fccerit qui me tibi hostem; 1, 2o3. 

— stella senem; VI, 609. — Fecistem, 
ut poues j IX, I io3. *- Facere nil sua 
cansa; IX, q8. — omnia sasve ; VIII, 
492. . — privalum; V, 366. — regna ; 
Vm, 3j4. — sibi caput; V, 686. — 
)us in jugulos ; IV, 8a 1. — vota; V, 
772. ■»— FecLsse duos contenţi; III, 
366. -^ me nocentem, crimen erit 
Snperis; U, 288. — nocentes; VIII, 
J[37. -— me credite nefas ; III , 437. — 
nefas; VII, 3i5. — viam ruina; I, 
l5o. — nil cruente, nil pie; VIII, 
3i6. ~ Faciens vota; IX, ji5. — 
jP(ac£ttra Deum ; ib, 604. —- fui mise- 
rum; VIII, 97. — Deis vim; VI, 
44^» -~ invidiam parens; II, 36. — 
victum ades nocentem; VI][, a6o. — 
Facturi monstra; VII, 464- 

Facultas operis; X, 4^8. — opnm; 
IV, 817. — tuU vilae; V, 527. 

Facundia robur vcauss addidit ; 
VII, 67. 

Fcex mundi; VII, 4o5. 

/âfemum indomitum ; X, i63. 

Fallax :fallaci sereno fulgura mi- 
cuerunt;!, 53o. 

Fallit Pompeium structura; VI, 64. 
— quemquam; IV, 559. — unda Bri- 
tannos; VI, 68. — Fallunt nos foe- 
dcra ; VIU , 3 1 1 . — Fefellit bostem ; 
IV, 3o. — Fallere quemquam; IX , 
388. — victorem; IX, 1081. — vi- 
giles; V, 5i2. — vocibus; IX, io6a. 



FAM 187 

— Fallens Icni unda ; V, 464. — Fa/- 
lentia ducem signa; VII, 290. -^nau- 
tas sidera; VIII, 173. — Failitur in 
agros sparsus populator ; IV, 92. -^ 
Fallar dicere; VII, 289. 

Falsus : falsa praeconia; I, 47a. 
Fama est; VI, 378 : IX, 139. -^ 
sic; III, 2i5. — ut; IX, 348, 356. 

— repcllit; IV, 812. — cănit; II, 
672. — ferebat; III, 4i7«— loquitur 
raiem ; IV, 57 4. — atema ; VIII , 617. 

— avi; IX, $48. — bellorum reces- 
sus movit; III, 229. — ducis in Ca- 
sare erat; I, i44< — fati minor; IX, 
754* — furoris urbem expulit; II , 
573. -— generi; X, 184* — magna ; 
IX, 593. — mali vulgata; IV, 6fo. 

— in sacula mansura; VIII, 74* "~ 
loci; VI, 570. — loquax; VIII, 78a. 

— mundi; IX, io3o. «J— nominis; ih. 
92. — quo nominis venit; II, 634* *— 
regis; IV, 694. — rerum; VIII, 275. 
'— ruinas prodens ; ib, i5. — sacra ; 
IX, 982. — vana ad veros timores ac- 
cessit; I, 469* — jPoma; majoris in 
amnem lapsus; I, 4^0. — tanta no- 
mina; V, 468. — cura; IX, io8o. — 
mirator; ib. 961. — nomen ; VI, 6o4« 

— perpetua nomina ; X, 544* — P*" 
litor; I, i3i. — pondus^ VIII, aa. 

— tcrrorc populi paverent; III, 3oo. 

— Famas si creditur; HI, aao. — 
cuncta credere; IX, 4ii* "^ ^^ uo- 
cebunt bustaj VIII, 859. — vires dat 
pavendo; 1 , 485. — Famam avo de- 
rogat; IX, 359. — suam obscurat; 
IV, 718. — m famam mitti; X, 533. 
"■^ Fama cognitum;^IX, 868. •— du- 
ce; ib, 953. — non visi Casaris vic- 
tum agmen ; II , 600. — qua mittet io 
sacula posteritas; VIII, 608. -» sua 
venientiu sacula; VII, 308. 

Fames fuit; II, 199. — ciborum 
ambitiosa;IV, 376. — ferro fugienda ; 

II, 253. — insana; VU,4l3. — Pe- 
rusina fatis accedat; I, ^i, — priores 
mensas adspernata; ib. i64« — sava 
aderat; IV, 94* "^ sola adseril urbcs ; 

III, 57. — tuU expugnat; IV, 4lo. 



i88 



FAS 



Famem fecere auxiliara ; IV, 3o8. — ^ 
senrire jussam quid querar; I, 3 19. 
^- vicisse epiilx ; II , 384» — Fame 
ubera sicca traheotes; III, 35a. — 
mandaoteţ X, i58. 

Famosa vetustasţ IV, 644* — •^<*" 
mosa regna; VII, 277. 

FamulcB fideles; VIII, 63. — dex- 
tne^ rV, 307. — Famulantm brachia 
ad planctus exigit; II , 24. 

Famulans Phoebus; VI, 368. 

Famulus ferrura exegit per viBcera y 
II, 149. — gerit tumores; X, loo. — 
Parthorum; VIII, 339. — tyraoni^ 
X, Saa. — ^ FamuU amictus; VIII, 
a4o. -^ Famuio data est vindicta ; X , 
341. — Famuio sub duce; ib. 4o5. — 
FamuU permittunt jubere ; VIII , 
538. — fidele»; X, 349. — saevi ; ib. 
469. — turpe8;VI, iSa.'IX, 274. 
— Famulis visum ; X , 4^9* — "^^^ 
audenda ; V^ 509. — Famulos habere 
nullo discrimine; IV, a 18. — Famula 
turba; X, 127 

Fari bis vocibus orsus ; II, a4i. — 
Fatur;\l, 5i6 : VII, 1^3, etc. ele: 
ib, 666. — ad sidera; VIII, 738. — 
bac; V, 669: IX, ia5. — sic; II, 
a84, 323, 648 : III, 90, 97 : IV, 
a35 : VIII, 19a, 75a : IX , 378. — 
Fatus^ VI, 3 39. — haec; V, 396: 

VIII, 776. — sic taatum ira addidit; 
I, 291. — postquam; III, 37a. — in 
hostem tela mittit; III, 721. — tendit 
sub aquora; ib. 748. — sic; VIU, 
827, 743 : IX, 1000, io3a. — talia ; 

IX, 1104. — Fata haec, levayit ca- 
pul; VI, 719. — sic refugit; III, 34: 
V, 790 : VIII, io5, 661 : IX, 109. 
^^ Fatum hac levat fluctus; V, 672. 
— nou fanda timcmus; I, 634* — 
piacula inexpleto buslo; II, 176. 

Fas sed taciturn quid; VI,43o. — 
ibi, ubi merces ; X , 4o8. — quibus in 
terris sit; VIII, 142. — et jus; ib. 
484. — juris yincula; V, a88. — ne- 
fasque; ib. 3i3. — nec liccat mihi ; 
IX, a44. — quibus est, arma com- 
Jnittilis ; IU, 329. — cui implerc; 



FAT 

VIII, 409. — mihi prodere; X, 194. 
— - soli Vestali Minerram vidisse ; I , 
598. — quacumque monetis prodere ; 
1 , 63 1 . — est coepisse ; VIII , 4^9. — 
dare numina; VII, 4^6. — * nulU va- 
care; X, 416. — promittere; IX, 
983. — tibi hac cella contingere ; II , 
81 . — 9\fas ,* X, 63. — est veras ex- 
promere yoces ; 1 , 36o. — esse jubet ; 
Vni, 764. — utrumque putare; IV, 
699. — Vro fas! X, 4io. 

Fasces a me ( discesserunt ) ; VIII , 
79. — Laţii; VII, 4^8. — pretio rapti; 

I, 178. — aquilis addidit; V, 389. — 
inferri; X, 11. — nullos purpura co- 
raitata ; II, 29. — quas Tocet castra ; 
V, 1 3. — in Jasces erigere; VIII , 270. 

— Fascibus Latiis iter est ad Albam; 
III ,87. — repetitis sequitur septimus 
annus; II, i3o. 

FasU. Casare consule laţi; V, 384» 
-7- Romani ; VII , 409. — Fastorum 
ordo; VIII, 618. — Fastis Marium 
reddere; ib. 270. — nomina nova dare; 
V, 5. -— Fastos Latio nomine signatis ; 

II , 645. — iafcutos distinguit sacula; 

V, 399. 

Fasiidita pars jacet; VII, 845. 

Fastigia campi irrigui; IV, 296. — • 
molis rates salo discussere; II ^ 684* 

Fastus Eudoxi; X, 187. 

Fatalis Croesa Halys; III, 272. — 
hora; IX, 87. -r- arena munera; IV, 
708. — Fatale caput; VII , 359. — 
malum; X , 34* ■"- Fatales Fhilippos ; 
VII, 591. 

Faieor : fateris, le debere; IX, 
io3i. — Fatemur turba; VI, 614. — 
bella civilia, summum nefas; II, 286. 

— Fatentur; VIII, 666. — Fassus 
est , se vinci ab orbe ; III, 234< '*— se- 
pulcrum; VIU, 784» — Fatear ut; 
X , 869. — Fateri tibi coge mortem ; 

VI, 601. — vires; VIII, 527. 
Fatidicus Fhoebus ; V, 70. — Fa- 

tidica aqua quos Cephisos ambii ; III , 

X75. — Falidicum penetrale; V, 147. 

Fatigant cursus suos flumina ; 

VI, 45. 



FAT 

Faiilegi^ Ui, 8a i. 

Fatum fit, quod Deus cânendo ju- 
b€t; y, 93. — est in suinmo sanguine^ 
VIII , 3o5. — duravit; X, a4* — ^°~ 
TÎctae urbi consulat; III, 334. — ^^ 
gypti ; X , 3. — aliquod praeter gladios 
sit; V, 283. — belii; IV, 769 : V, 
696. — civile j VIII, 823. — Caesaris 
sunt milites; V, 293. — conjugis; 

VIII, 49- — dubium; IX, 33C. — 
Hesperium; V, lai. — iniquum; X, 
452. — imperii ; 16. 4 1 1 • — Pothini ; 
ib. 5i5. — praeccps agit omnia; VI, 
98. — reparandum iitore; VIII, lao. 
— • terrarum vindex; X , ai. — tuum y 

VI, 81a. — vetus; X, 88. — Fati 
alea; VI, 601. — auctor; VIII, 6a8. 

— cursus; VI, 4^3. — dubius; VII , 
611. — fama; IX, 754. — fiducia; 

VII, 76. — genus; IX, 758. —^inju- 
ria; VIII, 763 : IX, 143. — memor; 
VIII ,10. — momenta daturum Mar- 
tem agit; IV, 3. — pondus; VII, 686. 

— casuram ruinam ; ib. a 44* "" sola- 
tia Carthago tulit; II, 91. — solatia; 

IX, 878. — sors; ib. 1046. — supre- 
ma; VII, 460» — vestigia; IX, 786. 

— yicinia; IV, 5 18. — futurt mens 
caeca; II, i5. — ingentis suraus; X, 
384» — stantis Cornelia; VIII, i58. 

— pejoris fides addita; I, 5a3. — to- 
tius hxres; X, ^S. — varii miracula 
dies prxbuit; 111,634* — Fato dam- 
nata maritos in cladem detrahere; III, 
aa. — omnia eripis; IX, 980. — Ro- 
raam perdere cupifmti suffîciens; II , 
87. — Fatum arcessite ferro; VII , 
aSa. — • conderet dies; ib. i3a. -^ in- 
cessere; VIII, 64. --- minantur; IX, 
61 5. — rapuit; ib. 8a5. — Foto ce- 
lante favorem; VIII , 359. — in bella 
vocante; II, 35 1. — meo prxtentate 
pericula ; IX , 398. — teste; VII , 359. 

— torrente ; ib. 5o5. — cum fato 
conversa fides; II, 7o5. — -pro fata! 
II, 98. — Fata Deique; VIII, 486. 

— et Superi; V, 48a. — et bellum 
ferre videt; I, 393. — arcentmanus a 
sanguine ; X , ^^o\ — avertite crimen ; 



FAT 



189 



ib. 341. — avertant hoc; ib. 10 1. — 
bello dedit aer; IV, 49* — Camillis te 
miscere velinty II, 544' — ducebant 
quem per clades; VII, 600. — diu 
haeserunt; III, 645. — laborant; VI, 
61 a. — loquantur qua voce mecum ^ 
^î> 774» — luctantur; V, 181. — 
moras rumpunt pudoris; I, 264. — 
moventur; VI , 4i6. — nequeunt red- 
dere animam sibi; VI, 8a3. — non 
alios motus parabant; II, 68. — pa- 
rabant (Ematbiam) bello; VI, 33a. 

— paliuntur tăcere; IX y 939. — quid 
pararent; VI, 783. — quid hominis 
paterent; II, i33. — quo trabunt; ih. 
287. —si darent Curios; VII, 358. — 
in luce moras dedissent; I, 114. — 
stravissent me sub hoste; IV, 344-— 
teuuerunt tellurem sub tjrannis; VII, 
443. — tenentur ^ III , 39a : V, ao5. 

— vacant morţi, et saluţi; ib. 34i. — - 
venturo Neroni viam invenere; I, 33. 

— vetant; X , ^S5. — vix sinunt; II, 
701. — voluere cui tantum licereţ 
IX , ioa5. — semula fatis nostris \ 

VIII, 307. — augentia clades; IV,- 
195. — Assyria; VIII, 4' 4* — ' Caesa- 
ris; IV, 39a : IX, 558. — Catonisf 

IX, 410. — civilia; VIII , 544» — «o- 
gnita; ib. 533. — > communia tulisse ^ 
III, 3o8. — Deum servant; I^ 599. 

— domini; IX, ^74. — dubitanlia; 
ib. 639. — ducum; IV, 66a. — • iam 
inelinant; III, 75a. — extrema ^ VIII , 
65a. — incerla; IV, ai5. — Magni 
prospera f VIII , 701. — menti sue 
contraria; VU, 86. — matura; ib% 
668. Ţ*— mea; VIII, i38. — premun- 
tur; ib. nGj. — media; VI, 3i3. — 
minora; ib. 6o5.^mundi; VIII, 33a. 

— mutua; IV, 556. — nascentia in- 
fantis; II, 107. — noxia; IX, 733. — 
nova; ib. 545. — Fharsalica; VIII, 
5 16. — priora; ib. a3. — prospera ; 
VII, 4*0 : VIU, 6a5. — pudoris; ibi, 
678. — Romana; V, 73o. — scele- 
rum; VII, 849. — segnia; IX, 849» 

— singula; VII, 618. — sua ac pu- 
blica; ib. 5i. — nec Magni; ib. n^j. 



190 



FAT 



— thalami; V, 76a. — trislia; VI, 
5o5 : VII, 4* * : IX, 736. — tua re- 
tro tulit ; VII , ^^6. — veaientia , 
transmissa; ib. ai 3. — virorum peu- 
denVy VI, 63a. — vitaj VIII , Siy. — 
ultima; VII, 38o. — Fatorum cui<-> 
bus; V, 4i- — exempla; I, 94. — fa- 
Tor; VII, 705. — legea; VIII, 568. 
•>« limite mundum diviait ; II , 1 1 . -~> 
munere praebentur bella ; III , 36i. -— 
aeries; I, 70. — FatU adductua amor; 
VI , 453. — cedit ; VIII , 575. — com- 
mittere robur; III, 617. — credidi- 
mua; I, 227. — cursua datus; VII, 
544* — damuata tellus; VI, 4'^* ~~ 
debentibus aonos; VI, 53o. — dedi- 
mus pignora; VII, 662. -— expositi; 
IX, 842.— h»ret scelus ; VII, 35. — 
Ucuisse moras; VI, 726. "« maoum 
iDJeciste; III, 243. — * mors uoa ac* 
cessit; ib. 196. — ne quid mutare li- 
ceret; II , 65 1 . — negatum ; VII ,676. 
-^ omnia permittunt; ib. 333. -^ per« 
raiaia caedea; X,^4^^* "^ ^ tradero; 
Vni, 32. — subducere tempus; V, 
733. — auccumbere; VIII, 70. — 
tradit fortuna leti; IV, 737. — rim 
facere; VI, 652. — bis Mutinae labo- 
ret accedaut ; I, 43* — omnibus adest; 
IX, 884* — quorum vacavit cxlum; 
VII , 206. — Fata ferena ; II , 726. — 
babere; IX, 833. — jungere; VIII , 
36 1. — mânu arcessere; IV, 484^ — 
morari; VII, 88. — uoscere; VI, 428. 
-— pandere; ib. Sqo. — peregit; ib. 
820. — peti telis yidit; VII, 652. — 
poscere; IV, 54 1. — quareua; VIII , 
ai5. -^ sequi; III, 3o3 : IX, 243.— 
movent ; 1 , 644* —-' sibi a raarito uxor 
poscet; III, 353. — trahit;IX, 923. 

— io Jata fereos animos ; VII , 679. 

— in fata properana; VIII, 658. — 
in fata redire; VII, 719. — ^erfata 
vii'orum perit; ib. 633. — "pevfata 
ruii; VI, 299. — postfaţa si relictus 
seuBus ; VIII , 749. — l«ta feret pup- 
pis; V, 781. — magnorum malorum 
eoncepit; I, 63o. — moror; VII, 295. 

— nepotis moeret; VI, 790. — pu- | 



FAV 

blica volvcntcm invenit; II, 240. — 
morantem; ib. 58 1. — transisse sense- 
rat; VII, 647. — sua Deo praeberej 

V, 536. — sua peregit; IV, 36i. — 
vesira recusent; III, 325. — vivacia 
senectae oderuoC ; II , 65. — Fatis 
tuis dignum ; VIII, 347- — rariis 
hos eadem viscera genuerunt; III, 
604. — dejectus ; VIII , 2o6. — diea 
festiaata ; V, 660. — • letum meruit ; 
VII, 595. — orbem trabentibus; ih. 
46. — senectam prxcipitare ; VII , 
353. — venire in jura; IX, 2X2. — • 
victum caput; VII, 713. — urgenţi- 
bus; Xy 3o. — OBsaris omnia ire^ 
IV, 143. — nullis absterrita; VIU , 

649. 

Fauces squalebant; IX, 5o3. — 

xquoris; X, 5x3. -^ luporum siccae; 

VI, 553. — maris; V, 232. — san- 
guine admonits; IV, 24l* — - Taena- 
re»; VI, 648. — Threicix; IX, 954. 
— - viarum ; IV, 160. — Fauces su- 
per Herculeas ; VIII , x . — destituit 
spiritus ; V, 1 33. — laqueo fregit ; II , 
i54> — poUutas mansuescere ; I, 332. 

— solutas Tox nulla prosequitur; III, 
738. — Faucibus demissns ensis^ VII , 
62 1 . *- arctis' immissum «quor ; II , 
616. — e faucibus illis fodarunt an- 
gues sibila; IX, 63o. 

Fausta tentoria ; IV, 663. 
Faweo : favit proceliis; IX, 1x6. 

— Favebit si fortuna ; II , Sao. — Fa^ 
uebunt adbuc tibi; VII, 2x3. — i^tfi'e 
coeptis; I, 200 : VIII, 32». -— Fa- 
vere solito magis secundt Dii; IV, 
122. — Fauens populus^ VII, i3. 

Fauilla ardens; VIII, 752. — Pha- 
ria; IX, 1. — tepida; V, $24 : IX , 
60. — FavUlcB olentes membra; VI, 
537. 

Favor furtun»; V, 696. — folUci- 
tus; IV, 699. — -victoris; VUI, X17. 

— Favoris poen»; ib. 31. — sui ipae 
sector; I, X76. — summa momenta; 
III, 55. — vera fide»; VH, 726. — 
Favori fatCHiim crede ; ih. 706. — no- 
minis instare; I, 148. — Favorem ce- 



FEL 

lante fato; VIII, 359. — dubium te* 
nuere ; III , a65. — in favorem generi , 
socerique disceduDt 5 X , 4 1 7 • — Fa" 
i^ore Duminis ferus^ II, 85. — partes 
fecimus; IX, 329. — vario ancipites 
urbes^ II, 447- 

Favua : favi oblita; IX, 286. 
. Fax rogi rampit amores; V, 764- 

— Facem subici imperat; VIII, 740. 

— quam tenuere parcntes răpit j VI , 
535. — Fmcs volant; VII, 5 ia. — 
advers»; ib. i55. — Gallorum; V, 
Q18. — legitimae; II, 356. — Faces 
tectis excepisse; III , 344* — arsuras 
in tecta paravit; II, 54a*—- arras te- 
nuisse; ib, 3oi. — belii addunt; I, 
a6a. — coruscas armis texere; III, 
499- — muhifidas jaculata; II, 687. 

— nefandas corripuisse tecta; I, 494* 

— obliquas nocles viderunt; I, 5a8. 
Fecunda alios impletura penates; 

II, 33i. — colonis Meroe; X, 3a3. 

— Tironim paupertas ; I, i65. — se- 
ges; VI, 5ai. — Venus; X, 208. — 
gloria matris, fratres ; III, 6o3. — 
nuUi bono arva; IX, 696. 

Feliciter^ X, 507. ^ 

^e/ix cui mori contigit; IX, iio8. 

— moriturus in urbe eversa ; lî , ^4* 

— nescit amari se; VII, 727. — qui 
nefas modo audis; IX, ia6. — scit, 
ubi iaceat; IV, 393. — • sum ; VIII , 
63o. — Caesar omnia acciperet; III, 
296. — locus; IV, 662. — naufragus; 
V> ^99» * — nomine; VIII, 139. — 
praedo ; X, 2 1 . >— bis Sulla vocari me- 
ruitj II, 221. — sic fama^ Ninos; III, 
21 5. — Felix lancea; VI, 190. — 
non Crassis Parthia ; X , 5i . — Roma , 
si;IV, 807: VI, 3oi.— vita; VII, 7. 
Felices praelia spectant nullo voto; 

IV, 4oi. — • cursus; IX, 997. — er- 
rore suo populi; I, 459. — Felices 
cole; VIII, 487-— Felices pror»; 

V, 422. — umbra; VI, 784. — Fe 
Uda acU; VIII, 320. — arma; ib. 
100 : IX, 1099. — Felicia per signa 
decern castris; I, 274. — Felidbus 
armis usa manus; III^ 338. — Fdi- 



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cior factus; VII, 702. — - peterem 
umbras; VI. i58. — Sulla; II, 582. 

— «tas; VIII, 869. — Pompeio um- 
bra; ib. 747. 

Femina prima non tenebo urbes: 
X,9i. 

Femineiis com» mos; IX, 632. 

Femineum vulgus; VII, 39. — Fe- 
minei complexusj VIII, 4^3 . 

Femur : Jemorum, musculus; IX,, 

771- < • 

Fera nobilis; X, 445. — Feros vo- 
lucresque; VI, 55i. — hxsere in sco^ 
pulis; IX, 65o. — lustris reeubare 
metuunt; III, 408. — mansuescuntia 
carcere; IV, 238. — saxis sculpta; 
linguas servabant; III, 223. — stri- 
dent ; VI , 690. — Ferarum dens ; X, 
517. — latebrae populum cepere; II, 
i53. — nulla; VIII, 599. — ritu; 
IV, 3i3 : VIII, 398. — sanies; IV, 
321. — tecta palus detulit; ib. 100. 

— Feros cubilia posuisse media Ro- 
ma; I, 559. — multas i£gypti Deos 
posuere; X, i58. — in feras abit;. 
VII, 842. — Feris epulas daturum; 
IX, 8o3. 

Feralis amictus ; IX , 109. — to- 
rus; VI, 536. — Erinnys; X, 59. — 
pompa; VIII, 733. — umbra; VI, 
623. — Ferale arcanum; ib. i^o. — 
caput; ib. 5ii. — per urbem justlr- 
tium ; II , 17. — - Ferales Austri; VIII, 
847. — laquei,- VI, 638. — taedas 
Julia abstulit; I, U2. — Feralia ar- 
ma tolli viderat; II, 374. — arvaf 
VII, 788. — bella; VI, 397. — foe- 
dera regni; I, 86. — nomina; VII ,. 
4o8. — sacra ; VI , 432. — Feralibus 
armis liceat; II, 260. — sacrls attoni- 
tus;.I, 661. 

Ferax Umbris Marsisque; II, 43o. 

Ferio : feris campos gurgite ; X , 
293. — Ferit aequor ratis; IV, 4^*5. 

— aquas Maliacas Sperchios; VI, 367 ► 

— Baetis Tethyu; II, 589. — fania 
terras; V, 774» — linea leonem; X , 
3o6. — lingua aera; II, 182. — ma- 
num ense; IX, 83 1. — mare scopu- 



19» FER 

Inm; VI, a66. — puppim pontusj V, 
570. -*• puppes terra; IX, 336. ■— 
quod quisque extremum est^ YIl , 5oi . 

— turba eiise super lacertosj III, 666. 

— unda Salonaş { IV, 4o4' — Ferlunt 
aquas flatii; X, 'X^S. — Pompeium 
litora ; VIII , 698. — ululatibus aures ; 
II, 33. — Feri duces simulj ib, 60. 

— Feriam viscera ; VIII , 5ai.- — Fe- 
riet caput; VII , 45i. — Feriat lancea 
caput hoc; ib. H'j. — me calor ţ IX, 
396. — Ferirent robora sacra ^ III , 
43o. — Ferire colla; X, 347» — ga- 
leara fugiente anima ', Y, 279. •— suosj 
IV, 249* — Feriens humanain ani- 
mam Deus ; V, 98. — Ferientia ter- 
ram corporaţ IV, 786. — Ferientibus 
una pietas nou repetisse ^ ib, 565. — 
Feriris; VIII, 628. — Feriuntur ossa 
dentibiîs^ VU, 869. — Feriere die^ 

VI, 744* — viventis locoj III, 721. 

— Ferienda libertas; VII, 58 1. — 
Ferienda colla ^ V, 36 1. — Nototer- 
gajIX, 877. 

Fero oculos; IX, 128. — /^crfani- 
mus causas expromere ; 1 , 67. — bora 
in casum cunctaj VI, 7.— - Bhodanus 
Ai'arim in mare; I, 434* — scelera in 
nocte belii fortuna ; IV, 244* — "^c- 
fertque vices fors; II, i3. —^ Fertis 
mea signa Tirij 1 , 191. — Ferunt 
xquora rapta^ V, 61 3. — arma armis 
iunixa^ IU, 476. — latuisse jIV, 602. 

— plaustra per agros; III , ^'Si. — 
prssepia culmos ; VI , 85. — regna ; 

VII, 444* — ^*pe"i ad casus; VI, 4*9* 
r— non sulei mersi pabula^ IV, 91. — 
tura Tonanti; VII, 42* — Ferebat 
fama^ III, 4^7* — fortuna dubiam 
fidem y II , 46 1 . — Ferebanl puppes 
luctus; IX, 49* — Tuli casus in castrat 

VIII, 92. — fasces; V, 663. — signa 
toto fulgentia ponto; II, 676. — Tu- 
listi damna; VIII, 83. — Tulit auxi- 
lium ; IX , 665. — animam producere ; 
IV, 796. — civem tanta indole Roma; 
IV, 814. — Collina porta stratas ca- 
tervas; II, i35. — - decus; IX, 836. 

— ignis flammas in cxium; 1^546.— 



FER 

Libye magnum annum;III, 70.— 
Marius solatia fati; II, 92. — omina 
quies; VII, 22. — ora lurida; V, 55o. 

— par tem sibi nata Toluptas ; II, 391. 

— per inania caeli; IX, 473. — pon- 
tus corpora,- IV, 458. — quo quem- 
que impctus fugae; 1 , 491» — quo te 
Tiitus; V, 682. — ratis xquor remis ; 

III, 552. — retro fata dies; VII, 4^6. 

— saxa; IX, 490. — sol radios con- 
cordes; V, 5^11, -— vela supervolitan- 
tia malum; ib, 596. — yentus incen- 
dia celeri cursu; UI, 5o2. — voces; 
VIU , 33o. — Tulimus belii damna 
priores; II, 537. — Tulerunt fata 
viri membra; UI , 646. -^ signa ^ VU, 
3 14. — meu tem transverso torrente; 

IV, 4 '8. — non tuleram Magnum, 
feram ie? IX, 1075. — Fera/n poenas 
animae ab ipsa anima; IX, io4* — 
quid plura; ib. 1029. — solatia mor- 
ţiş; VIII, 3i4« — Feres nuUasopes ; 

III, 124* — vix impune subactas gen- 
tes; I, 289. — Feret busta sacerdos^ 
VIII, 85o. — lux in populos scelera j 

VII, II 5. — populos Marş; ib, 3gi. 

— prxmia miles;III, i3o. — puppis 
fata; V, 781. — quies acies, et bel- 
lum ; VII, 27. — • quod sors ; ib, 122. 

— tyranno ora nostra; IX, 279. — 
Feros ipse caput ; VIU , 678. -^ spu- 
meus alnos ; U , 487 . -*- Ferat For- 
tuna f V, 26. — naufragium fortuna ^ 

VIII, 3i3. — odores adastra;i&. 731. 

— quis tela; VII, 563. — quid ratis; 
VIII, 5i. — ^ jPe/a/2t DiW pkna pia- 
cula; II, 3o5. —^ hostes tuta terga 
per aequor; III, 5o. — piacula manes; 

IV, 789. — Fer ret Titan medio Olym- 
po caput; 1 , 540. — Ferrent gressus; 
VI, 829. — sxcula Tulnus ; VII , 638. 

— Ferre arma pro legibus patriis ju- 
Tat; II, 282. -^ damna firma mente; 
Vr 798. — dolorem; i^, 777. — fata 
videt; I, 393. — gradum; VIU, 718. 

— non Latias carinas ; I , ^o3. — ma- 
num, quo spes yocasset; I, i47* "" 
metus; VI, 597 : VII, 137.— moras; 

V, 477- — Olympumj IV, -639.— 



FER 

partem triumphi; IV, 36i. —- poeoas 
de sanguine alius^ ib, So5, — - non 
quemqtMun prior em^ I, Iîi5. — quie- 
teni j IX^ Q94. — reginam; X, 93. — 
se caput recusatj "VI, 97. — signa^ 
IV, 187, 217. — spectacula lata 5 ib. 
784. — vela; ib, ^"26. — vulnera; VI, 
l33 : VIII, 334. — Tulisse commu- 
uia fata; III, 3o8. — Ferens animos 
ingentes in fata; VII, 679. • — vix 
arma îuventus;i&. 272. — coUa alie- 
na, etyittas; V, 170. — contactum; 
ib. 91. — dona; IX, loii. — Euzi- 
num; ib. 960. — fata; II, 7116. — fon- 
tem diviso gurgire ; III , 235. — lace- 
ris pendentia caniş ora; II, i23. — 
monstra orbis; IX, 855. — Phoebum 
iratum; V, X74. — Pompeium fumus; 

IX, 76. — se Caesar luli; III , ai3. — 
se Borna; I, 72. — silvam in pectore ; 
VI, ao5. — venlus pelagus; I, 4-1 3. 

— Ferentem omaes aquilas incedere ; 
ib. 477* — sxcula mundum; II, 10. 

— Ferentes ancilia; IX, 480. — pup- 
pim sinus; VI, t\*]i. — Laturus aqui- 
las in alium orbem ; V, a38. — Latura 
tubos, nec clamorem; VII, 274. — 
Laturi arma; X, 4^9* — tremores 
moenia in prxceps; VH, 4 '4* — -^^~ 
turas Phoebum Cbelas prxcedere; II , 
692. — quo feror, .0 Paean ; 1 , 67 8. — 
quo diversa; ib. 683. — super aren- 
lem Libyen; ib. 687. — Fertur in 
undas praeceps ; IX , 1 22. *- in urbem ; 

X, 9. — Feruntur obscura mundo 
signa; I, 664. — ^"Oj VIII, 522. — 
Feretur Cjnosura mari propior; ib. 
180. — Ferantur vela in portus ; II , 
622. — pila in cxca telorum nube; 
II, 262. — Ferri in hostem; IV, 271. 

Ferox ,* IV, 665. — luce diungata ; 
ib. 534* — Briareus; ib. 596. — - hos- 
tis; ib. 73o. — Marius; ib. 823. — 
Mulciber ora ^tnx laxavit; I, 545. 

— Pyrrhus; ib. 3o. — Rhoetus; VI, 
390. — sonipes; IV, 225. — ira; ib, 
2x1, 284* — Ferocis fluvii incrementa; 
ib. i38. — Feroces oculi; V, 211. — 
ite in juguium; X, 393. ^- Bbcni ri- 

11. Pari altera. 






FER 193 

pâB;I, 464» — Cappadoccs; III, a43. 

— Gallorum populi; I, 3oiB. -^ marte 
Heniochi; II, 590. 

- Ferirea manus puppi uncos inserit; 

III, 635. — Jani limina pax compes- 
cat; I, 62. 

Ferrum et fata; IV, 21 5. — et vir- 
tus hislocum promittit; ib, 36. — a 
nuUo pectore revocatum est; II, 102. 

— caiet a sanguine ; VII, 5o3, — de- 
derat in se; X, 35 1. — detege; III, 
128. — excipiant recto pectore; IV, 
166. — frustrato pondere cădit; III , 
58i.— - boc paravi; VIII, 520. — in- 
vasit; IX, 198. — lambere solito; J , 
33o. — raanu toipente remisit ; II , 
78. — medio pectore concurrit; III, 
588. — movere; VII, 549. — motu- 
rus; V, 367. — pectore percussum ; 

IV, 56i. — peregit beUa; ib. 355. -* 
pondere suo adjuvit ; III , 725. — recr 
ta cervice poposcit; II, 5 10. — san- 
guine satiare; VII, 317. — . stringere ; 
IV, 247 : VIII, 6i2. — timere auri 
nescit amor; III, n8. — Emathium ; 
IX, 245. — infandtlm exegit; II, 148. 

— infestum; VII, 323, — immissum 
per ilia; III, 601. — justum; X, 523. 

— lunatum; IX, 678. — nocens; VII, 
i6o. — sxvum; ih. 3x3. — volans; 
ib. 489. — in ferrum promptissima 
rabies ; ib. 245. — ruendi mens prona 
viris; 1,461. — ob ferrum timentur 
regna; IV, 5-7. -- ^ev ferrum vulne- 
rissecurus exit; I, 212. — Ferri diro 
amore revocantur; I, 355. — rara 
copia datur; III, 693. — fiducia; X, 
427. — jus; V, 3x2, 387. — qas 
tanU licenţia; 1,8. — motus; VII, 
278. — opus;*Ă. 345. — potestas con- 
fundet jus; I, 666. — vincula exedere 
senem; II , 72. — immissi irincula ; IU, 
574* — Ferro flanunaque; VII, 261. 

— arcessite fatum; ib. 252. — aperire 
venas; IX, 760. — cadavera spoliantţ 
III, 675. — confundere vultus; VII, 
575. — debct quid victoria; VI, i3o. 

— fugienda fanies; II, 25ă. — gerun- 
tur bellai 5 VII , 533. — bune submo- 

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FER 



¥€At aries ^ VI , aoo. •>— me iavadite ; 
II, 3 1 5. — taembra carpere j VI , 55a. 

— nioînia rertere parant; III, 4^* 

— moUita juveotua; X , Jl33. — par- 
ceodom^ VII, ^ag. — peteodum; I, 
1 74* — populetur et igni ^ II, 44^* — 
proscindere quercumj III. 434* — 
regnum dividitur; I, 109. — sonant 
terga; VIII, 663. — subtexitur aether^ 
Vn, 519. — tua pignora abscidif ; III, 
33. — urgenturj VII, 582. — calido 
viscera fod«rej IV, 5u. — conflato 
ergastula manus ezseruere; II, gS. ~*- 
ezcusso maDus juogere; I, n^. — 
Graio major yi» inerat ; III, 463. •— 
jaeuUţo vulnera cadunt^ III, 568. — 
immisso ailTam procurobere j III, 4^6. 

— ia robota violau merso ; III , 435. 

— liatio jiervit purpura; VII, 3a8. — 
conţigit descandece ; 1 , 3 X . *— teme- 
raodo parcere; ib, \^. — a ferro va* 
care; VII, 389. -» cum ferro ia bel* 
lom roisiase; VIII, 390. 

Fertilis Euphratea; III, 0160, — in 
mortes aer; IX, 620. — Furiile quod 
ten*»; ib, 4^0. 

Ferus mentibiM occurrit; I, 4/9. 
—^ i^oit sibi fragqienta viodicat ; III , 
686. — Marş; VI, 396. — laoguis; 
IX., 6^. — vir aumiiiis favor e pro- 
tectus; II, 87. — - Feros Cilicas bji- 
begi ; II, 594* — Hiberos Sertorius 
ex»\d movit; ib. 549. — ia arma po- 
pulos; IV, 147. — Feros geates; ib, 
163. -— tigres aum({uam posuere fu* 
rorem; I, 327. — Feros per Foati 
lik>ra gentes; II, 639. — cade mea* 
ţe» peaates franguot j 1 , 354- — urbea 
eieite; II, 4^' — Feris a gentibua 
răpi urbem j I y 4^^* — altaribua hor- 
reos Hesus; I, 44^- 

Fervet ira; IV, a4a pontu»; V, 

234. — Ferment litora etTcthysj VI, 
67. — qua viscera; III, 644* — tu.- 
Qiultu castra; IV, 3l5o. — ». Fervebut 
piebes Utore; IX, a54. — Fervent 
sauguis; VI, 667. 

Fervidus aer temperiem tollet ; I ,- 
646. — sanguis iacaluit; Ii, 557. — 



FID 

Fervida caaduit nstas ; I, 314* — *p«a- 
tis ; rV, 370 : VI , 96. — regai vasta 
plaga; IV, 674* — tellus; IX, 624. 

^cri^or abit tibi; VII, 75. — dcserit 
meates; IV, 279. — Fervore vin cere 
Charybdim; ib, 461. 

Fessus senecta exemplum erat ; III , 
729. -«miles tentoria repetit; i&.49^* 
— Fessa cervix; IV, 754» -~ «fnec- 
tus; II, 118. -^ fessum caput; VI, 
97. — pelagus; V, 701. — Fesso de 
corpore sudor; IV, 6a3. — « Fessi aes- 
tus; VIII, 166. — artus; IV, 643. — 
gradus; VI, 206. — pondere humeri; 

V, 354. — mUilei ; IV, 3o6.'r- Fessa 
armorum curs ; V, 5o4> — Fessa cori- 
da; ib. 216. — membra; IV, 64o. — 
Fessos vocaot prxlia; IV, 394- — 
Fessis grave ; VII , 735. — qu» moe- 
uia dabuDtur ; I, 34^* — ^^ ^'^ i 

IV, 357. 

FesUnat roaaus oemus curvare; 
IV, 137. — FesUmmtem letum nati 
praeccdcre animam; III, 75i.— * Fes- 
ţinata diesfatis; V, 660. •— Festiuati 
bouores ; VIH , 24. 

Festo purgaotes moenia lustro; I, 
593. — Festas mensae ora imposuit; 

II, 123. -^ Festa, coavicia maritus 
cxcepit; II, 369. — * omina simulare ; 

III , 1 01 . — serta noa pendent limiae ; 
II, 354. — Festis epulis Septemvir; 
I, 6oa. 

Feius. Vid. Fcetw. 

Fibra puhnouis aoheli; 1^633. — 
Fibra noscere fata; VI, 4^7* ""^ Fi^ 
brce litaates; yi, 5qJ^ -^ ful^oaQuiB ^ 
ib, 63o. -^ trepidant; ib. 7 52^ — vi* 
tales; IX, 778. — Fibrarum. capiti 
iacrescere molem capiiis; I, 627. — - 
venas edoc.tus| ii, 586. ^^ in Jţbras 
ire ; VI, 7a3. — Fibris sit ouUa fides ; 
I, 636. — bumanis jejnoa earcoina ^ 

VI, 708. 

Fidelis auctor cladis; VIU, 17. -^ 
pax; IX, 1 102. — turb»; VIU^ 2o5n. 
— Fideles famuli; X , 349* — ftmulx; 
VIII , 63 . — per bella manus; V, 242. 

Fides pieU3que; V, 297. — ^sî qua f 



FID 

II , 55o. -^ cum fato coo^erM ; ib. 
7o5. — cum mioaci terrore pn^nat; 
ib. 4^* "^ est DuUa monstrantibus 5 
VIU, 870, — vera memorantibus ; 

VII, 192. — prodeflM niTes^X, 319. 
•^ ardna^ VIII, a6a. — certat iV, 
543.— coDcussa; I, i8a. • — divioa; 
"V, 83. — doloris^ IX, io63. — «le- 
gitamicot; YIll, 535. — Eoa; ib. 
ai3; 3ii TixuiU erk; U^ 186. 

— est bellum civile ; IX, a49* "^ ^^ 
renovau; IV, ao4» — «st Tilior; ib. 
a3o. — exhibuit monamenta ; ib. 498. 

— farroria vera; VII, 736. — fecit 
monsttfa ; IV, ^45. — in adyetâh ; 

VIII, t^. — lăudau; ib. 485. — li* 
bertatis; IX, ao4* ~-maiiifegU peţo- 
ris fati ^ i , 5^4* — miseris clausa j iX , 
9^6. ^- morte ditfcussa^ I, 219» •>« 
nuUa regni sociis; ib, 93. -— nulla sit 
fibria^t^. 636. — nulla relms; 11,6^. 

— nulla virisr; X, i^oj. — Phariaj 
VIU, 6a4. — Phabij V, iSa.— pu- 
ra; VIII, 57a. — regum; ib. 99. — 
ruina mundi permiscenda ; II, a54. — 
sceleris ,* VIII , 688 : IX, i4o, 1037. 

— serraU; IV, 35 1. — sdlanos il- 
Itutrat; HI, 34^. — Superum; II, 17. 

— temf^i serrata; IX, 585. •— jam 
5ola virtutis; n, a43.— tyrauni; VIII, 
583. -^ ultima; ib. 83. — umbrarum 
et Ditie; VI, 433 • — Fidem ne auliag 
speraveris; VIII, 45o. — dubiam fop- 
uma ferebat; II, 461. — facitnMtus; 
V, 14^. — babuere gladiis; VII, 139. 

— majora audendi yires fecere; I, 
467. — praisute victori ; VII ,721. — 
servare io dubiis; III, 3o3. -^si qua 
meruit vetuttas; ib. ^0^. — • tibi ex- 
solvi; IX, 98. — FiVfe bac pertulit 
fau; VIH, 70,1. — regna pendere • 
ib. 377. 

Fido '.fidtre vallo ; VI , ia. — Fi- 
dens coutingere; IV, 61 5. — armo*- 
rum; IX, 373. — FiderUia solo ferro 
ftpicttltt; VHI, 3o3.i — Fisus cessiira 
tibi p«riciila; V, 577. 

Fidueia est genţi; VIU, 363. ^ 
prosiUt; VU^ a49* ~~ '^^'^* cnrsus 



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195 



noştri; III, 358. —fati; VII, 75. — 
ferri; IV, 685 : X, 4^7» — manus, 
veneni; VUl, 388. — mortis; IV, 
538. — • noştri tibi deerat; I, 36i. — 
regni; VIU, 5a4- — rerum;iĂ. 5o4. 
— sanguinis; IX, 898. — in Arsacidis 
mibiest; Vin, 3o6.N— in Nito; VIII, 

447. 

Fidus per arma; V, 54» — Fida 
comes; ib. 8o4- — Fida gentis re- 
gnum; ib. 58. — Fidi scelerom mi- 
niştri ; VI , 573. — Fidissime regum; 
VIII, 313. 

Figo : fixit in setemum causas ; II , 
9. — Fixare carin» rostrîs Juvenem j 
III, 654. -~ terram nuHo robore; ib. 
457. — Figant me gemiu» acies; II, 
309. — Figere teta terrae; VH, 4S6. 
— - Fixiste oscnla dextr» ; II, 1 14. — • 
Fixus serpente cruor; IX, 81 5. — 
torrens; VI, 4^3. — Fixa froni; IV, 
619. —-est quercus pondere suo; I, 
139. — Fixo firmat vestigia pilo; IV, 
4i. — in hospite ludit; X, 455. — 
FixcB carxnx ; V, 447- — Fixa cănit; 
ib. io5. — polis astra; ib, 563 : IX, 
23. — Lemano tentoria deseruere; 
I, 396. 

Figulus, cui cura foit Beos nosăe; 
1,639. 

Figura mumii prima; IX, 3o3. — 
mauente; VIII, 710. — pereunce; IX, 
792. — vera; VI, 660. — Figuras 
juv^enum'; VII ,774* — volatus gruum ; 
V, 713. — Figuris rodibusvocem si- 
gnare; HI, 331. — tton vulgatîs nit- 
mina sacraU; ib. ^i5. 

FiLii et patres in diversis Pont" 
peii et Ccesaris eastris^ IV, 172. 

jPi/u/frâidoniuin; X, i4i.— FiZt 
rertigifie tord; VI, 4^- — -^'^ r^pe- 
tita; ib. 703. — sororum;IX, 838. 

Fingo ijftngit soleonia campus; Y, 
393. — Saperos; ib. 159. — Fingebat 
carmenin usus; VI, 578. — Finxere 
mala ; 1 , 486. — Finxerit isU Tagus 
ib. 637. — Fingere se Latio fratres 
ib. 4^*7 • — Fingens regna patere 
vm, 564. — o8««^*; VI, 565. ^ 

x3. 



196 FIR 

Ficta libeitatis fides; IX, aoG. — 
Hecate; VI, 737. — FLctum mon^ 
trum; ib. 436.— Fictashuxo tumultu 
▼occs ftimuiarej 111^ loa. — Ficta 
▼erba; V, ilfi» 

Finio :Jinieratf' X, 193. — Grăia 
juventus; III, 356. — Finire senec- 
tam morbis ^ Y, 282. 

Finis aqux ^ X , 3oa. — arrais adest ; 
VII, 343. — qaaeritur; V, 273. — 
bonorum j VIII ,29. — certua 5 VI , 
59a. — Hesperia Varus; I, ^o^. — 

— moDstratusj V, lio. — pugcaeţ IX, 
a32. — pugoae promissus manu^ IV, 
535. — rerumi UI, 3a8 : VI, 68 : 
VII, 137. — scelerum; V, 3 14* — 
terrae^ IX, 666. — Finem huDC po- 
nere regi; X , 4^. — imponere j VIII , 
785. — inveniet potentia; I, 333. — 
păci precamur \ VIII , 4^ 7 > *— poscere ; 
ib, 846. — Superos poscere; I, 669. 

— tenere; II, 38i. •— laborum dabit 
jugulus; II, 317. — sui debent sibi; 
VII, 811. — Fine bonorum ^lâ. 19. 

— Fines , saltus amplecti; VI , 4 » • — 
Hesperiae teratj II, 44^* — Libyes; 
IX , 624. — Macetum ; X , a8. — 
ubiZepbyri j IV, 72. — Icugos agro- 
rum jungere^ I, 167. — per extre- 
mos pomoeria cingere; ib. 5g^. — 
Pinibus Arctois reyulsos populos ; 
ib. 482. 

Finilor Libjcaeorae; IX, 496. 

Fio : fit fatum; V, 93. — uefas; 
^^9 79* — aonus robore curvato; I, 
391. — vita captis dulcior mora mor- 
ii»; IV, 532. — Fient melius pirat»; 
I, 346. -—Fiat tibi facinus; MII, 
644* — Factus felicior; VII, 702. — 
vate»;V, 85. — Facta tribus domi> 
uis communis Roma; I, S5. — Fac- 

tum carmine lumen; VI, 647. 

Făcta sagittis vulnera; ib. 212. 

Fir mat vestigia pilo ; IV, 4' . — Fir- 
mantmoenia aggere; II, 449* — Fir- 
ma dubiumcerto robore; II, a45. — 
Firmaret robore immixto partes; II, 
537. — FirmaUs nullo robore partes: 
I, 280. ' 




FLA 

Firrnus : firma malis mens; V, 
798. — Firmo se robore silvae tollant; 

I, 142. -^ molibus gerenA» robora; 
IV, 418. — Fir mior cui «tas; II, 
63j. _* Firmissima pubes; II, 473. 

Flagello :flageUant buncmonttra; 
VII, 783. — Flagellabant coUa Mc- 
dusae; IX, 633. 

Flagellum sabguineum; VII, 568. 

— Flagellis «rgere; VI, 73 1. 
Flagitat diem virtus; VII, 342. 
Flagrant animi yoce ducis; VII , 

333, — F/agrasset ather Phoebi cur- 
ribus; I, 657. — Flagrans cupidine 
rcgni ; VII ,240. — post terga l^otus; 
X, 5o. — unda; VI, 704. — Fia- 
grantis Averni in fundum decidat; II , 
668. — in omnia belii curium tenuit; 
III, 390. — Flagrante cauda mina- 
cem scorpion'; I, 658. •'^Flagranţi 
vertice pinum excutiens; ib. 573. — 
Flagrantibus animis ignes addit; VII, 
559. — horis dies aestuat; I, 16. — 
loris aethera succendit; II, 4^3. 

Flamen apicem toliensi^ I, 604 • 

Flamina Boreae; V, 217. 

Flamma distal mari; VUI, 488. — 
illi obstitit; X, 37. — Latinas confec-* 
tas ostendens; I, 55o. -— potest hocf 
IX, 784» "— resedit; ib, jS. — urit 
meduUas; V, 8u. — ■ exigua^VIII^ 
766. — Monetae; I, 38o. — Mulciberi 
fureret; X, 447' — sepulcri ostendit 
rogum; IX, 54- -*- tcium fuit; III ^ 
5oi.— Thessaiica; .VII , 808. — tur- 
bine percussa; X, 5oo. — Flamma 
torrentur viscera ; IV, 324* ^^ cedente- 
materiam recepit; II, 8. — obliqua 
lumina prxstringens; I, i54< -^Flam- 
nus aethereae; IX, 494* — caeli; V,. 
4o5. — caelestes; VI, 5o4. — invali- 
dae; VIII, 776. — justae; IX, 234- 

— Fbari» ; ib, i oo5. — non interpo- 
sitae; VII, 8o5. — Flammarum trac- 
tus accipiunt ; II , 27 1 . — Flammis. 
opus maudatur; X, 483* — pabula 
Dubes; VII, 5. — peperdt senectus^ 

II, 129. — yetitis fratris ora imponene; 
II, 1 70. — Flanunas accepit abEuro^ 



FLE 

IV, 6i. — xquore exstingiial^ III, 
687. -^ astris eripit lux; II, 721. — 
in celum tuHt ignis; I, 5^6. — infert 
soporj VII, 772. — imponere arisj 
VI, SaS. — mergis in viscera^ V, 
175. — non superant undae j III, 685. 

— răpit; VIII, 746. —servant ful- 
mina^ IV, 77. — in^Zanima» dctulit^ 

II , 1 5g, — Flammis bis positis ţ IX , 
94o. -— - carens hiems ; ib. 949* — f^r- 
roqu«; VII, 261. — illicitis arsere 
senes; VI, 4^3. -^ fadit argentum; 
ih. 4o4' — luemus; X, 365. — non 
perit; ib. 517. — percussx crates; 

III , 493. — polum ardentem viderunt; 
I, 527. — rtiLult cuspisj ^II> i47' 

— sonat; IX, 919. 

Flammea lutea yulrus velarunt j II , 
36i. 

Flammifera nox ', V, 4o2. 

Flammigtr Titan erigat Occauum ; 
I, 4>5. — Flamnugeros Phoebi con- 
scenderc cumis; I, 48. 

Flatus et pelagus y V, 559. — assi- 
duusj X, a45. — futurus^ V, 566. 

— premens; IX , 332. — tenent cae- 
lum, et fretum; V, 4' 3. — Flatus 
stata tempora; X, 240. — Flatus 
removit natura; II, 620. — Flatibus 
hoiTisonis auster mare possidet; ib. 
455. — Euri niadidis resolutx Alpesj 

I, 219. — Nabatxis nubes torsit; 

IV, 63. 

Flava Ceres; IV, ^ii- — Flavi 
crines; X, 129. •— Rutheni; I, 4o2. 

— Flavis Britannis mixta Gallia ; III , 
78. — Flavos Suevos Albis fundat; 

II, 5i. 

Flebilis damnis Africa; VII, 691. 

— Pachjni unda; ib. 871. — Flebile 
iraPieridum; VI, 353. — saevilatra- 
yere canes; I, 548. 

Fleclo : fleciit iter; VIII, 47' • — 
ora virga ; IV, 683. — Flexit sua lu- 
mina a terra; III, 4* — Flexere vi- 
rum Toces; II, 35o. — Flecte manum; 

V, 588. — Fleciere jactum facilis la- 
bor ; III , 478. — puppim ; VIII , 586. 

— vela^ ÎĂ. 4» • — FlecUnti clavo nou 



FLU 197 

tarde cedere; III, 555. — FlecUnU 
nusquam umbras Syene; II, 587. — 
Flectitur facilis Caesar; IV, 364.— 
qua Tanais; III, 276. — Flectuntur 
pectora; VIII, 107. — Flexus dens; 
IX, 764. — temo;IV, 523. — Flexi 
Bootx plaustra ; II, 722. — per cor- 
nua portus ora petunt; ib. 706. — 
Flexo limite ponţi; III, 218. — Flexa 
ambage; I, 637.* — Flexum comu; V, 
437. — Flexis comibus undas claudit; 
II , 61 5. — in gyrum frenis optima 
gens; I, 4^5. 

Fleo : Jlebat senectus; II, 233. — 
Flti^it Grxcia laccros artus; ib. i65. 

— Flevere agricolx annum ; III , 452. 

— Flebunt,' VII, 4»- — Pi^set te 
juvenis; ib. 37. — Fiere nune potes- 
tas; II, 4o. — quum possis times; 

VIII, 54. — populos veta; VII, 707. 

— te coegit; IX, io55. — clades; 
VI, 307. — fiinera Yulgi; II, 1 19. >-. 
Flex^isse indigcles Dcos; I, 556. — ► 
Flens Camillu.«; VI, 786. — Flentes 
promittunt munera ; VII, 7l5. •— 
Flendus tibi erat; IX , io48. 

Fletus^ VII, 680. — manans ; VI , 
776. — quis erat parentum ; III, 757. 

— comes; IX, iio5. — Fletu cor- 
rumpere famam; VIII, 617. — roran- 
tia signa ; VII , i63. — Fletus largi ; 
IX , 59. — Fletus inancs fundere ; 

IV, i83. — FleUbus maritum revo- 
care; I, 5o6. 

Flexus vagus; IX, 694. — in Jlc" 
xum agit nubem; ib. 456. — Flexu. 
locum fecere Occano; ib. 41 5. — tor- 
quetur cursus; X, 290. — FUxusl 
Maleae ratibus donare ; VI , 58. 

Florens nardus ; X , i64« 

Florifer labor ; IX , 290. 

Flos genx; VI , 562. — Hesperi» 
tuuc concidit; II, 196. 

Fluctuat unda; II, 702. 

Fluctus accipit imbrem in nubibus; 

V, 629. — aqu»; IX, 958. — Corij 
V, 606. — cumulos arenae non \ io cit; 

IX, 340. — ftiroris; V, ii8. — per 
vulnera baustus; VIII, 709. — se- 



198 FLU 

cundiuj Y, 4^< — terras mţrgens; 
ih. 75. <— Fluciu ossa suhruta; VlII, 
839. — Fluctus ac YCDti; 16. 35. — 
hnc «beuDt , Uluc mare 5 III , 55o. — 
sanguine concrescuntj; ib. Sj^. — 80- 
nant^ IX, SoQ. ^- alţi; ib. 33o. — 
înricti; X, 3a2. — medii; i&. 487* — 
polluli; ib. .379. -*- FlucUbus aptior 
ainut; III, 44'*"^ DaUnaticis ob- 
noua Ancon; II, 4o3* — Fluctus et 
litora Oceani pepolisse ; lY, ai . — ad 
sidera toUat Titan; I, ^i6t, — impel- 
]it înEurum; III, 33a. — ore acei- 
pit; IX, 756. — -raptos ad nubila per^ 
tnlit; lY, 81. — recipiţ, nt flamroas 
exstinguat ; III , 687. — ip Jtuctus 
claMÎs venerat; ib, 5l5. — comes; 
YIII , 689. — magister desilit ; 1 , 5oi . 
— • lonios navita spectabat; III, 3. — 
f^T fluctus Tacuos surgore; i&. 7o3. — 
/Vttc<i&ii« refugia aufert se Oceanus; 

I, 4ix< — tumidis Eurum immittat^ 

II, 457. 
/^/uccfapestis^YI, 89. 
Fbutant catenae \ lY, 4^1 • 
Flumen fonte noYO renatum; III, 

a63. — Fluminis undas turba rum- 
pit; I, 333. — ad ripam decurrite; 
II , 4^* "* Flumine in nullo stabit ; 
ib, 497» — Flumina abstrnsa; lY, 
393. — cruore propulsa; YII, 789. 

— tua, Nile ;X, 385. — in mare de- 
currunt; Y, 337. — restagnant vallo ; 
lY, 89. — condidit palus; lY, 98. — 
fontes obliquent; ib. 117. — post om- 
nia; II, 589. — spargit in divortia 
Ponţi; ib, ^o/\. — ad Tiberina rivo 
fiuens; ib. '216. 

Fluminea arena jacet; I, 685. — 
Fluminea rada; YIII, 36. — • Flumi- 
neas biblos co^texere; III, 333. 

FUâo rfluit hnmidus aer ; lY, 71. — 
crine venenum ; IX, 635. — • mari; 
YI, 363. — yulnere sangu^s; lY, 3v6. 

— Fluunt colla; IX, 781. — fauces; 
lY, 739. — tabe; II ,166. — sidera; 
YIII, 173. — spissat» nubes; lY, 77. 

— veni» merobra; IX, 8i4' — ^ visce- 
ra ; ib. 773. — Fluxit amor in pi'aecor- 



FOED 

dia ; YI , 453. — in antra Pytbott; VI , 
408. — bello cruor j lY, 539. — prior 
amnis in aequor; II, 3i3. -— sanguis ; 
YII, 635. — Fluxere nives PyrenawBj 
lY, 84. — sur» ; IX, 770. — Fluoce^ 
rifnt puJvere cautes ; III , 607. — tibi 
fata prospera ; YIII, 635. — Fhierei 
quo vulnera sanguis; III , 589. — 
FhieraU incendia toio munde; 1, 656. 

— Fluens aura ; YIII , 347 . ^- letum ; 
IX , 789. — tam lene ; X , 3 1 5. — 
Fhienies morbi; YII, 4^^ — nuda 
erate clypeos invadunt; I, 341* -" 
vestes; YI, 536. — Fluxurus in ter- 
ras sanguis; YI, 61. — Fluxos amic- 
tus balteus adstrinxit; II, 363. — 
Fluxa carbasa gemmis adstringunt; 
III , 339. — velamenu ; YIU, 367. 

Flus^ius et Ceres est satis; lY, 38 1. 

— Fluvii caus»; X, 190. — fcrocis 
incrementa timens; lY, i38. — Fiu- 
uium lacerlis superare; lY, i5o. — 
statione vacantem ingreditur; II, 5o3. 

— influuium primi cecidere; 16. 311. 

— Fluvii cruoris; lY, 785 : YÎI, 393. 

— Enipei; YII, 334. -^ Fluviis ar- 
cere paratis ; II , 495. — tellus iter 
laxet; lY, 116. 

Foci Cbaldaîi; YIU , 338. — gra- 
minei; lY, 199. — Yestales coeptis 
favete; I, 199. — ante^bcoj calentes 
te mactavere ; II , 1 38. 

Fodit quidquid; YII ,755. — Fo- 
dcre arva gladiis ; lY, 395. — «risccra 
ferro -yih. 5i 1 . — Fodiens arva ^ YIII , 
536. — visceramca; YII, 309. 

Foedo :foedasse diras lolucres diem 
accipimus;I, 558. 

Fcedus : foeda fuga; lY, 7x3. — 
situ macies; YI, 5 16.—- contingicor- 
pora morsu; III, 348. 

Foedus ictum sanguine; X, 373. — - 
percussum sanguine; IX, io3i. — 
Romanum; YIII, 163. — sajcrum; ib, 
113. — Foederis ictus; Y, 373. — 
Foedere quO ames; YI, 74q. —• regni 
rupto; I, 4* -~ salus promissa; lY, 
335. — Fosdera placeant; UI, 335. 
— * barbara; YIII, 3if. — « ia turbam 



FOR 

«iissi regni^ l) 86. — jnstae pacis; IV, 
365. -— mixti generis; IX, io48. — * 
pacis; IV, 2o5. — prisca; VlIIyaiS. 

— prisci tori illibata ; II, 34 !• — 
prisci tentata tori^ 11,378. — fee- 
dera procul Iudg jam sunto ; 1 , 3a6. 

— rerum vertit natura tumultu^ II , 3. 
•— Bancta gentibus ; X , 4? ' • "~ •<>'* 
placent; II, 35a. — taBdaej V, 766 : 
VIU , 399. — tnrbabit diTulsi maclii- 
na mundi; I, 80. — FasderibuB ten- 
tarej IV, 5o8, 53i. 

Fotnus in tempora aTÎdtHn ^ I, 18 1 . 

FoBtus terrx Antaeus; IV, 599. — 
FxKtu genuit sinMtroţVI, 670. -^ 
Fcetus nefandos flamniis ureteţ I» 591 . 

Foetus : foeta ale»; VI , 676. — 
amatura; ib, ^56. — geminos maritos 
excepi; Ii , 339. — nubeaţ VI, 387. 

— tigri«î V, 4o5. 

Fhliis spoliare; VI, 11 3. 
Fomes admotus; VIII , 776. , 
Fons causa silvarum; IX, 5a6. -— 
solutus; X, ai5. •'^ nnus inventus; 
IX, 607. — Fontem rapidum ferens 
Indus; III, a35. — Fonte cădit mo- 
dice Rubicon; I, ai 3 — nbro rena- 
tum flumen; III, a63. — > relicto; IX, 
6n. — reperto; ib. 591. — a fonte 
bibisset Nilatn; X, ^o. — de fonte 
Nilum bibit; ih. 279. — Fontes largi j 
rV, a66. -— Niliaci; X, 19a. — noTi 
micant; IV, 3oa. — - sanguine muten- 
tur; VII, 537. — Fontes et pabula 
campi amplexns; III, 385. —^ in quae- 
libetxquora casuros accipit; II, 419* 

— suos raiscent fluvii pelago; V, 337. 
«- Tastos obliquent flumina ; IV, 117. 
•^Fontihus immtxtum vrnenum ; IV, 
3ao. — solvitur; IX, 4a 1. — aversîs 
haustus Undarum quaerere; III , 345. 

— diversis Persis edit Tlgrin ct Eu- 
phraten | ib. a57. *— montanis exi 
gurgesi II, 4^* ~~^ ntgris plurima 
unda cădit; III, 4' 3- — vastis amnes 
concipit; II , 4o3. — e solitis exit un- 
da ; IV, 85. -— ittfoniibus rarx undae ; 
IX , 383. 

Foramina novit bnmor; IX , 81 1 . 



FOR 



199 



Foti :Jbros ad sununofi repleta ra- 
tis; III , 63o. -x^ Fotis latii lapsa vis- 
cera; IV, 586. 

Fores pulsat» sonuere; II , 3a 7. — 
templi; V, ia7. -« reclusaa stridore 
tesla tur; III, i55. <— unXeforea stare; 
IX, 544* — constitit; III, 117. — 
Foribus aulee dausb; X, 44^* — c^~ 
dtfnte iribuno; III, i4i. -^ immineat 
sonq>ef; I, 395. — sedent terga; X , 
lai. 

Forma nocens ; X , 1 37. ^— domus ; 
ih, 119. — pallens; VI, 737. — For^ 
mcs potentia; VI, 459> — sacrae decus; 
VIII , 664. — »ua confisa; X, 8a. — 
informam percussit ; VI , 4o3. — For^ 
mcB Deum ; X , 1 79. — Formas va- 
rias ignis dedit ; I, 53 1 . 

FormidomeresL^ VII> ^4^* — ^ty- 
gia ; ib. 770. — trepida ; VIII , 44- — 
Formidine belii cingitur; X, 536. — 
claudit payidos cerTOs; IV, 437. — 
in formidine ntiotus pairidi ; II, a35. 
Formosa si fuerit; X , 366. 
Fomaces imtneosz; VI , 4o5. 
Fors incerta yagatur; II, ia. 
Forsan,' V, 93 : VIII, 856 : IX, 
63, 474,865. 

Forsitanj' VIII, 846: IX, aio, 
869, 877 : X, 364. 

Forlasse,' VIU, 871 : IX, io5i. 
Forte; VU, a35 : IX, 5a. — si 
quis; VIU, 773. 

Fortior arcuş; VIU, ngS. — sus- 
penso ictu arics incuasus; IlI, 490. -— 
stas; X^ x34* — pahis aestus Oceani 
repulit; IV, io3. *^ undis labitur; 
VI, 36a. 

Fortis adit mortis oracula; VI, 773. 
—virtute coacta;IV, 798. — Aquiloj 
ih, 584- "^ Arius; III, a8l. — înnbo; 
VI, 19a. — • dextera ropiendo leto; 
IV, 345. — Meliboea; VI, 354- — 
Forti cadendum est; IX, 583. -—in- 
staurat praelia Ixva; IU, 61 5. — For- 
tes nbn petiere pralia j IV, 749. — la- 
certl; I, 364 : IX, 780. — Fortea 
animos subeunt prxcepta ; IV, 5a4. 
— - Fortes tremucre manus; III , fyi^. 



aoo 



FOR 



-— umbrx^ VI, 56o. — Fortes animas 
iniongum XTum dimittitis^ I, 447* "^ 
Fonia gerere ; IV, 2oa. 

Fortissimus iile ; VII , i o5. *— For- 
tissima agmiaa ^ VII , asi . 

Fortius teDCDt; V, 4*3* 

Fortuna; VI, 787 : VII, 44o : 
VIII, 427 , 73o, 793 , 8^1 : IX, 55 , 
ai 3. — fuit, quidquid , ele. ^ IX, 596. 
—• Tocatur quidquid gerimusj V, 392. 

— adtrahit illos in raanus ; X, 385. — 
calet^ VII, 734. — commisit me ma- 
nibusj VII, 286. — dabat spectacular 
IV, 783. — dederat res regendas 5 

VII, j 10. — domioura dabat; ib, 646. 

— dabit portum; VIII, 192. — de 
Calare male meretur^ V, 582. — dis- 
tribuit tumulos; VI, 8i8. — dubiam 
£dem ferebat; II, 461. — ezcitetum- 
Lras; IV, 789. — facit nocentes, quqs 
vuit; VII, 488. — fert scelera in 
nocte belii; IV, 244* -^ ferat naufra- 
gium; VIII, 3i3. — fraudibus even- 
turn dederat; IV, 730. -^ est mutau 
toris; III, 21. — habet jus in caput; 

VIII , 96. — boc onus reuiisit ; IV, 398. 

— inTidiam suam gentibus commodat; 
1 , 84. — involvat ruina ; VII , 89. — 
laborat, motus justos esse; I, 264* — 
lacerat cuncta; VII, 665. — locum 
auferrel; VI, i4l. — miscet adversa 
secuudis ; V, 2. — opes subacto mundo 
intulit; I, 160. — non abstulit Magno 
reges; VIII, 207. — onus amolitur 
Lumeris; V, 354- — parat; X, 339. 

— parat cxemplura ; IV, 497 • — para- 
vit tumul um ; VIII , 713. — parcit 
populis; VIU, 601. — pppercit; X, 
23. — peragit facinus; V, 208. — 
perditminas;lX, 669. — perit;VIII, 
85. — pertulit fata ; ib. 7o3. — plus 
potest; VI, 61 5. — pondera rerum 
vergcns ; VII , 5o4. — te , Magne , 
prccatur; ib, 69. — prodidit casus; 
ib, i52. — putat boc satis; X, 525. 

— reddct viros; V, 327. — quos pre- 
mii; VIII, 486. — removit Magnum; 

IX, 223. -^ reliquit tibi pedes Par- 
thorum ; VIII , 334- — reliquit unum ; 



FOR 

IX, 265. -«- Romam lacessit; I, 256« 
— r quum secundis rebus mecum agat; 
I, 309. — si favebit; II, 320. — sic 
tibi Romam dedit; VII, 24* — tiiam 
animam vocabit; ib, 81 5. — tuetur 
vicem muri ; X , 485. — videt con- 
currere; VI, 191. — vindicet me; 
VIII, 326. — viros traxit in necem; 
VU, 41 5. — ut primum redit; 11,94* 
— ^ corrupta; IX, 202. — infida, et 
minor Pompeio; VII, 685. — minor 
vircs dat sonino; V, 5o6. — pejor quae 
potest; II, i32. — periclo las8ata;IX, 
891. -r* Prasneslina; II, 193. —-prior; 
Vin , 3 1 . — Romana ; ib. 686. — sae- 
va ; IX , 237. — successibus anceps ; 
IV, 390. — tua quo loco sit; VIII , 
558. — tristis; IX, 1060. — praecipiti 
viro suscit; III, 5i. — belii; IV, 
4o2 : VI, 593. — —belii blânda.; 
IV, 712. — omnis belii; II, 264. — 
Cxsaris; VII, 547 : IX , 244* — ^^' 
jor in arvis Ematbiis ; IV, 256. — Ca- 
saris comes; V, 5 10. — ducis;X, 
376. t— ducum pendet; II, l^i. — 
«iucis pugnavit; X, 3. — favoris poe- 
nas exigit; VIII, 2i. — leii propin- 
qui fatis tradit juvenem; IV, 737. — 
secundi loci impatiens; I, 124* — lo- 
corum;ţ[V, 661. — Magni; III, 169 : 
VII, ,601. " — mariti; V, 756. — po- 
tenljis populi; I, iii. — quurum de- 
dit sîgna ; VII , 2o5. — regum , et Ma- 
gni; ib. 743. — rerum, miles; ib. 25o. 
— Thessaliae; IX, io84- — vi»; VI , 
55 1. — Fortunce libera mors; VII, 
818. — manus; VIII, 708. — pudor 
Ptolemaeus; V, 59. — vulnus; VIII, 
72. — caput praeslare; ih. 61 5. — 
tradere prospera ; VII , 1 08. — priori 
mu] turn creder^ I, i35. •— Fortu- 
nam cernit in sanguine ; VII, 796. — 
languore moretur; I, 394. — mari 
tentare; III, 5io. — provocat; IX, 
883. — suam damnare ; VII , 649» — 
i^ortzi/ia, dcdisscs scdem; I, 25 u — 
te sequor; ib. 226. — paiudes Icxere 
deposilumluum; II, 72. 
Forlunatusj IV, 319. 



FRA 

Forum opure^ VII, 65. — me- 
diiim^ VI , 3^4. — turbatum j IV, 799. 

— /^oro capto miles constitit^ I, 2 37. 

— medio du cum coli a congesta; II, 
l6i. — timenti castra mixta; I, 3ao. 
-^ jPbra justitio clausa; V, 3a. — re- 
sonent cantu; VIII, 734. 

Fossa qux, quis agger; ^H, 749» 

— praeruptaţ IV, 264. — fontes et 
pâbula campi amplexus; III, 386. — 
subita agmina circumdedit; IV, 29.^ 

— Fossas implere ; VII, 3^6 : VIII 9 
378. 

Fossor vinctus; VTI, 402. 
Foueo : fowet has ira leonum ore; 
VI, 488. — pectus amplexu; V, 735. 

— terras igne; IX, 184. — Fovent 
inter membra rictus; IX, 846. — Fo^ 
vii omor vulnera 5 VI, 760. — Fowi' 
mus arma YOtis; VIII, 519. — Fo- 
vere Noti cladem ; X , 5oo. — Fovere 
membra; IV, i53. — pectus complexu; 
ib, 246 • — Fouens bustum ube; VIII, 
788. 

Fragj,lis cespes; VI , 33. — malus; 
V, 696. -— murus; VI, aoi. — corn- 
pages; VI, 177. — testa; ib. 5o. — 
Fragiles anim»; V, lao. 

Fragmen : ftagrmne magnae moli» 
percussx crates; III^ 49^* 

Fragmenta carin»; VIII, 755. — 
galeae; VI, 193. — ruina; IX ,33. — 
tori; VI , 536. — sibi vindicat ignis ; 
m, 686. 

Fragor aures concussit; VI, x63. 
-— irriipit convexa Olympi; VII, 4? 8. 

— arroorum auditus; I, 569. — belii; 
V, 228. — nemorum; VUI, 5. — 
victonim laetus; VI, 226. — Fragore 
mundi emicuit fulmcn ; 1 , 1 62. 

Frango : frângă robur;VIII, 74. 

— Frangit xquora cques; V, 44®* — 
amnem nando; VIII, 374. — aquam; 
V, 646. — cuncla ruens rupes; III» 
472. — dentes fera; X, 44^* — ^*^~ 
turn montibus; IX, 4^^* — ^° fluctus 
marc; V, 606. — missilc elcpbas; VI, 
210.-: — non vulnerat; ib. 187. — ossa; 
VUI,6;2. — pcIagusBoreas; V, 7o5. 



FRA 



201 



— > Frangttnt penates anirocs; T, 355. 
— Fregit spumantem vertice Bbenum; 
ib. 371 . — aurum moneta; VI , 4^5. 

— guttura laqueo; II, î54. — tem- 
pora plumbo; III, 711. — Fhoebus 
radios a quis; III, 522. — Fregere 
mentem; VIII, 33 1. — rates in pu- 
gnam; III, 674. — Fregerunt ful- 
mina nubes ; VII , 1 54» — Frangat 
iEgaeo loniura mare; I, io3. — Fran^ 
gere ar cu sarissas ; VIII , 298. — coUa; 
IX , 600. *-> cursum longo g jro ; III , 
554. • — morsu ; VI , 1 14« — saxa ,• ib. 
388. — Fregisse juvat portas; II, 
444> — Frangens fluctus scopulus ; 

VI, 266. — Frangentes Pis» Tyr- 
rhena vadă; II, 4oi. <— Frangeniibus 
aestum vadis ; VIII , 566. — Fraciu- 
rus domum aries; X, 481. — Fran- 
gitur pectus pectore ; IV, 783. — • 
Franguntur montes^ VI, 38.-— Frang^i 
malis ; IV, 34 1 • — Fracta nubes; IX, 
692. — /^râcft fluminisundae; I, 222. 

— Fracium te non videbuntadviBrsa; 

VII, 684. — Fracto gelu saxa ma- 
descunt; IV, 84« — sepulcro caput 
tollentem Marium ; 1 , 583. — Fracti 
aunij VIII, l\''fi. ^^ FracXas Aquilone 
rates; IV, 457. — catenae; VI , 793. 

— Fracta vadis a;quora ; IX, 3o8. — • 
mali pondera ; 1 , 5oo. -— Fracta 
membra; II, 188. — Fractarum ra- 
tium mina; III, 579. — Fractas de- 
volvit in xquora sil vas; ÎI, 4o9* 

'Frater maritus; X, i38. — vohi- 
cer; IX, 665. — Fratris pectore gla- 
dium condere; 1 , 376. — Fratri con- 
traria Phoebe ibit ; I, 77. — nubit so- 
ror;X, 357. — Fratrem amissum lu- 
gentibus olFert; III, 608. — Phoebe 
toto orbe redderet ; 1 , 538. — Fra- 
ţres in diversis Pompeii ct Cxsaris 
castris; IV, 171. — se Latio fingere; 
I, 427. — vulnera misccbunt ; III , 
354. — diverşi tela spargere prohi- 
bcbunt; III , 327. — gemini sUnt; ih. 
6o3. — Tbebani; IV, 55i.~ Fra- 
trum gladii; VII, 4^3. — Fratribus 
fratrcq incurrunl; IV, 563. 



303 



FRI 



F'ratema cuspis ^ V, 63 1 . — imago ; 

VI, 5o3. — Fraterni ultor amoris; 
m, a86. — Fratemo sauguine muri 
maduerunt^ I, 96. — Fraterna arma 
pectore tegens; III, 619 : VII, 465. 

— cadavera; ih. 776. 
Fraudemus nuUo eaoguine bellum ; 

n, 3o5. 

Fraus occulta; X, 345. — Fraude 
•na ceaaereţ IV, 74^. — Fraudes ta- 
citae sub gurgite; IV, 465. — innectere 
poDto; ib. 44^. — FraudLbus even- 
tum dederat; ib. 730. 

Frentitus vulgi; X, 11. — agit; 

VII , 48a. 

Fremo :fremit discordia ; IX , 21 7. 

— fera j X , 445* — incerta dubium 
Tiilgus; I, 353. — Fremunt castra; 
VII, ia8. — undis ; X, 3ai . — Fremuit 
Auster ; IX , 320. — turba castroinim ; 
VII, Ifi.'^'Frementes aquas; IV, 10 1. 

Freno moto aspera gens Heniochi ^ 
III, 269. —^Frenorum habena; VII, 
143. — Frenos accipit; V, 176. — 
lazat; VII, ia4. — momordii;VI, 
898. *— Frenis conversis ; VII , 53 1 . 
-~ in gjrum flexis optima gens ; I , 
4a5. — legum resohita ira ruitj II, 
i46. 

Fre€fuens cive suo nullo j VII, 4o4' 

— sors; V, 764. — Frequentem po- 
pulisurbem; I, 5ti. 

Frequentant lucum cultu ; III , 
43a. 

Fretum abscondit classes; III, 47* 
-— et terra litus vi adică t; I, 409* — 
conferre non patitur Istbmos j 1 , 102. 

— dum terra levabit ; ib, 89. — tellus 
excutiet; ib. 77. — omne late patet ; 
II, 6aa. — omne pirata reliqiiit^ ib. 
578. — torrens Maeotidos pontus ege- 

'rit; ni, 277. — SQ-^v fretum HeJIes- 
poati incessit; II , 675. — Freto aperto 
bostes crrare; ib. 66 1. — medio pe- 
riere; ib. 190. — Freiis diducti reges; 
ib. 294. 

Fretus bospitiis; IX , i3i . 

Frigidus ensis ; V, a45. — gladius^ 
VII, 5o2. — torporj IV, 289. — . Fri-. 



FRU 

gida glaciesj X, 2o5. — quiesj V, 
807. — Satumi stella; I, 65i. — rui- 
nae signaj VI, 281. 

Frigus Arctoum; X, 25o. — i»oc- 
tumum; IX, 844* — Scythicuraj VI , 
325. — Frigore s»Ta Tia; IX, 376. 
tr-^ glaciali pontum adstringit; I, 18. 

— sterili nou quidquam gignit; IV, 
108. 

Frondeat arbore multa ; X , 3o5. 

— Frondens campus; VI, 83. 
Frons : frondem non uUis praeben- 

tibus auris; III, l\io» — Fronde ca- 
rentes admitere diem;i&. 44'' — ^" 
nervae praelataţ ib. 3o6. — Frondes 
carmine saturatx; VI, 682. — conges- 
t»; IX , 84 1 • — rarae ; ib. 944» — «po- 
liatae; ih. 358. — ignorat; ib. 525. — 
ct berbas terunt milites ; IV, 3i6. •— 
Frondibus non efficit umbram; I, i4o. 
Frons adversa ; VII, 3^ i . — adversa ; 
IX, 634. — fixa; IV, 619.— gene- 
rosa; VIII, 680. — ipsa leti; IX, 
740. — Martis; VII, 220. — patens j 
IV, 423. — prima; VII, 52i. — se- 
natus; IX, 207. — Frontis pignora; 
VI, 456. — Frontem corona premens; 
II, 358. — in rigidam descendere; 
II, 375. — Fronte simulatus dolor ; 
IX , 1 o63. — tegunt pectora j ii. 1 1 07 . 

— lunata libnrnz recedunt; III, 533. 
— > recta venit acies; X, 4^8. — a 
fronte refngi capilli ; X , 1 3a. — tec- 

ta ( vineae ) latentes 5 III, 4^®* — 
Frontes adversx; VII, 465. 

Fructus; VIII, 344- — amoris extre- 
mus; V, 794. — favoris; VII, 737. — 
retenti regni; IV, 693. — Fructum 
perdcre; II, 190. 

Fruges primxj VI, 4^6. 

/rwgi/cr Garganus; V, 378. — Fru- 
gifero quercus sublimis in agro; I, 
i36. — Frugiferce terra; IX, 687. 

— Frugiferis est insula nobilis arvis 5 

m, 65. 

Fruor : frui jnstitîo 5 V, 11 5. 

Frustra ; VIII , 589 * I^» 9^^ • *^- 
1076. — ausi; IX, 3a5. — conari ; 
IV, 466. — conanturj VIII, 65. — 



FUG 

peritiira agmioa; VII, 73o. -— preci- 
bu8 tenuit^ IX, 5i. 

Frustratus «mbiguis sortibui; V, 
aa5. — Frustraio pondere femun că- 
dit; m, 58i. 

Fueata formam; X, i37. 

Fucu4 Tyrius; X, ia3. 

Fuga noQ est; X, 539. — acelns 
ignaTum est; IX, a83. — patet; IV, 
485. •— huc nantarum ; II , 636. — 
Oljmpi ; X, 199. — prmgni ; IX , 5i . 

— fignorum ; ib. 543. — tacita; V, 
679. -^ Fugce cauia conjux; VII, 
676. — ( fartiTse tempora placuere; II , 
688. — libertas; VIII, 371. r— meni; 
IX, aa6. ~— quo quemque iinpetu§ 
tulit; 1 , 491 . — poena ; IX, 1087. — 
ultor; X, /^65. — Fugam intendere 
ad moenia ; IV, 363. — potuere ; IX , 
289. — ratiiiiii teouere; III, 706. — 
testare habiles piniis; ih, 554» — Fu^ 
ga nubes rapuere nimbos ; IV, 70. — 
nudata tei:ga; ib. 714. *^ praecipiti 
navalia tenuere; III, 756. — repleta 
busta; II, iSa. •— trepidante quod 
Pyrrbu» reliquit; III, 159. — trepidi 
nudata libonis gens; II, 463. — tuta 
pars; IX, 346. 

Fugax Sertoriuf; VII, 16. — bel- 
lum j VIII , 38o. — Fugacem Tethyn 
ferit Baetis; II, 588. — Fugaces Na- 
midx; IV, 746. — ad bella non esse; 
II , 558. 

F\igio : fugis bella; IX, a6i. — 
cIadem;VIl, 821. — Fugit ab ara 
taurus; ib. ]65. — ab unrfia gelidis 
Bheni , II, 570. — arma , ora lenatus* 
Vm, 5o6. —Creta; IX, 38.— culîs; 
IX , 768. — dominos terra ; VI , 377. 

— equo ; III , a83. — Europa Libjen ; 

IX, 4^^* — in cxium; IX, 684* — 
lancea morte reiicta; III , 468. — per 
caput; IX , 824. — pestk ; i^. 93 1 . — 
Pompeium; V, 8o5. — qua silva; II, 
468. — solus dux ex agmine; ib. 471* 

— te bellum; V, 3 16. — telins ; I», 
471. — Terum pectore ; V, aaS. — 
vita loqnntum ; VII ,616. — Fugimus 
arma; IX, 848. -- qua; ib. 880. — | 



FUL 



203 



non fugiunt te, me aeqnuntur; II, 
575. — Fagiebant astra ignes solii; 
I, a3a. — Fugi extrema oscula; III, 
745. — Fugere agricola} Marium ; I , 
583. — cadavcra lectum; VI, 53a. — 
Fuge litorm; V, 588. — bic ense re- 
licto; ib. 3ai. — miseros; VIII, 487« 

— partem belii; VI, 55a. — prxlia ; 
VII, 689. — Fugerent campos; ib. 
86a. — Fugerit qui, esto cim; ib. 
319. — Fugere cadaver; IX, 804. — 
in mortem ; ib. i o5. — servifium mâ- 
nu; IV, 577. — Fugiens anima; V, 
379. — -carina ; VIII, 66a. — dedi; 
ib. 134. — iter timuisset; IV, i5a. — 
Magnus Tictoria est; II, 708. — me* 
ullum ; IV, aa3. — nefas libertas ; 

VII, 43a. — numquam roşa; X, i65. 

— occurrit bostibus ; VI , 390.' — 
Pboebe; IX, 941. — rapU classe; ib. 
aao. — senatus ; 1 , 489. — Fugien- 
tem secum bastam circuit; VI, 2a3. 

— Fugiente per ortus sole; I, 543. 

— Pompeio liment; ib. 522. — vita 
rigentia membra ; II , aS. — Fugieri' 
tia agmiaa; IX, 34* '— Fugitur in 
bellum; I, 5o4. — paupertos, nro- 
rum fecunda; ib. 166. — Fugienda 
ferro fames; II, a53. 

Fugo :fugant belK cOBUgia dira ; 
in, 370. — Fugawi Deos a causa; 

VIII, 93. — Fugassea tela; ib. 602. 

— jPugorief socerum ; VI, 3 16. — r 
Fkigantia angues Terba; IX, 914. — 
Fugatua acie; VIII, 206. — Fu gata 
lux; VI, 713. — nox; V, 4^5. — 
Fugatee virtutis fides; II, 24a. -^ Fu- 
gato te inde; VII , 696. — victore; ib. 
8a4. — FugaUB partes; X , 78. — Fu- 
gatos ne castra rerocent; VII, 73 1. 

— Fugatia Superis; IX, 164. 
Fulcio :fulcit gemma toros ; X, i aa. 

— Fulcire ruinam; VIII , 5a8.— /w/- 
tus aggere stetil; V, 3 16. — Fuha 
robore domus; ib. 5 16. 

Fulget gemma; X,iaa. — latusOrio- 
nis ; 1 , 665. — luce ; IX, 73.— Fuhere 
volucrcs; VI, 129. — nota aquilae; I, 
344* **- FuiseruiU consule sacrx se- 



ao4 



FUN 



des; III, io6. — i^u/gere «incendia 
siW» ; ib. i^ao. — Fulgens robore tu- 
tela; i5. 5n. — sidere Chiron; VI, 
393. — i^tt/^cnf ia poma; IX, 367. — 
toto pouto signa; II, 5^6. 

Fuigor auratus; IX, 748. 

Fuigur oculi» ingestum; ^^t '^7* 
-^Fuigura captat; VI, 5ao. — cur- 
runt; V, 63o. — nimbus exstinguit; 
IV, 78. — nubibus excussa ; UI, 4io. 
• — c«Ii; VI, 4a8. — crebra, sereno 
xnicuerunt; 1 , 53o. 

Fulmen Alexander j X, 34» — ^ ce*- 
pite inclusum; VIII, 864. — Jovis 
laisatum în sxcula; V^ 631. — - ventis 
cxpressum; I, i5i. — sine nubibus 
taciturn; ih. 534- — Fulminis dispersi 
ignes, ib. 606. — edoctus motus; ib, 
587. — Fulmina fiammas servant; 
1^,77. — fregeruntnubes; VII, i54. 
— teneat; i^. 44^- —" vibrans; IX, 
5i3. — incerta; X, 206. — Palle- 
nea 5 VII , 1 5o. — per fulmina aether 
ad terram decidat; II, 58. — sciret 
Jovem caelo regnare; III, 3 19. — Ful" 
minibus aer succenditur j II, 269. — 
caput prsstare; V, 770. — ornabit 
manes; VII, 458. 

Fulmineus ensis; VI, 239. 

Fulva supellex iaspide ; X , 1 22. — 
Fuhum aes; IX ,"669. — germen ; ib. 
36i. 

/^Mwi^r Aponus; VII, 193. 

Fumo :fumant sudoribus artus; IV, 
764. — Fumavit fernim sulfure ; VII, 
160. — Fumans via; IX, 711. — 
Fumantes cincres; VI, 533. — Fu- 
mantia ora; IX, 722. 

/^u/nif^ pinguis ; VIII, 73o. — Pom- 
pelum ferens; IX, 77. — Fumi ni- 
gri volumina ; III, 5o5. — Fumo licet 
consurgere ; IX , 4^1. — gravis Abro- 
tonus; ib. 920. — undare; VI, 535. 

Funda rotat ; IX , 826. — Fundai 
Balearis verbere; I, 229. 

Fundata vetusta mânu Hilerda ; IV, 
12. — volatu vulturis moenia; VII , 

437. 

Fundo : fundunl cruorem pcctora; 



FUN 

VII , 536. — Fudit comua per ultima 
belii; ib. 507. — flammis argentitm ; 

VI, 4o4' — *** ignes vota; IX, 989. 

— FudistU plurima carmina; 1 , 449* 
■— Fudere adtonitae laceras comas; II, 
32. — Fudenint sibila; IX, 63 1. — 
Fundat Suevos Albis; II , 5i. — Fu- 
disset Aquarius imbres; I, 653. — 
Fundere Bacchum cceperat; I, 609. 

— cruorem terris Arctois; V, 267.— 
fletus ; IV, i83. — in terraş cruorem ; 
ib. 391. — Fusura cruorem vulnera ; 

VII , 566. — Funditur ingens Ocea- 
nus; I, 4io. — Fundi per pocula ; X, 
4î»3. — Fusus arena; IX, 88a. — 
crinis; VIII, 739. — circum vitalia 
bumor j IX , 743. — sanguis ; IV, 278 : 

VI, 3io. — Fusa acies; X, 54o. — 
Fuso Oceano navigat; TVj i34. — 
sanguine; II, i58 , 439 : VII, 234. 

— Fusi in litore cineres; IX, 1092. 

— Fusce campis acies; IV, 794. — 
per litora partes; IX, 3o. -^ Fu^a 
corpora; VII, 652. -r- solo vitalia; ib., 
620. — Fusis telisnudato milite; III, 
670. — Fusior ulii terra ; IV, 670. 

Fundum in Averni Gaurus decidat; 
II, 668. — Fundo sanguineum mare 
Gharybdis torsit; I, 548. 

Funerea velatur purpura lâna; II, 
367. — Funerea flammae; VI, 5a5. 

— mensae ; VI , 557 • 

Funestus Acbillas; VIII, 618. — 
ignis; IX, 178. — Marş; VII, 335. 

— rex; VIII, 4^8. — Funesta dies ; 

VII, 427. — merces;!^. 610. — mun- 
do hora; VI , 6. — Munda praelia con- 
currant ; 1 , 4o. — Funestum bellum ; 
VII, 117. — Funesta: SLcies'y ib. 27. 

— Funestas acies paratis; III , 3i2-— 
Funesta arma satellitis ; X , 98. -<- 
dona; IX, 1064* — pabula; VII,8l5. 

— sacra; ib, 167. 

Fungitur Eupbrates vice Fbariae 
undx; III, 260. 

Funis-in favilla; V, 524. — lilori- 
bus ligatus; VIII, 61. — rcligatus ; 
ib. 791. — Funem religasset; VII, 
860. — adduclum ancbora senscrat ; 



FUR 

III, 700. — Fune hâerct nipibus ca- 
lina^ y, 5i4> — treinulo starent ca- 
riux; II, 6ai. 

Funus erat, spargere ultra tento- 
riaj VI, io3. — rumpit amores^ V, 
763. — Bruţi; VII, 39. — cognatum; 
VI, 564. — ichumatum ; VII , 8ao. 

— loogum ad tumulos producere ; II , 
298. — mundi ; VII ,617. — plebeiuiii ; 
VIU, 736. — FunerLs haîres; VI, 
595. — honbr j IX , 62. — ordo ; VIII , 
780. — Funere txdas rumpere^ X , 
373. — Magni digiias exsequias dedit; 
UI, 291. — Magni audito; IX, 197. 

— luiserando Garras macuIaTÎt; I, 
104. — nullo est opus; V, 668. — 
uuUo rogus tristiorf VIU, 761. — 
primo adtonitae tacueie domusj II, ai . 

— viso; UI, 7^0. — ăe funere est 
pugna ; VI , 8i I . — Funera a tumu- 
]is retulit; VI, 53i. — deletae gentis 
ulciscijil, 84- — Magni; IX, a 18. — 
nostra; VIII, 433. — pudoris; IV, 
a3a. — regum; V, aox. — tua nun- 
ciet; VII, 4.i» — "^ersi Cadrai; UI, 
289. — vuJgi flere; II , 1 18. 

Furcas ultra Caudinas; U, i38. 

Furice : furios belii expulerat; V, 
246. 

Furialis cultus; VI, 654» — stare ; 
IU, II. — Fwicdihus armis te non 
persequor; I, 300. 

Furo :furit in sua^ terapia fulmen; 
I , i55. — more patrio; X , 4*3. — 
poutus; V, 599. — Fureret flamma; 
X, 447. — Furerej VII, 780.— vul- 
tu, et dextra in absentem; V, 319. — 
Fureru^ VU, 797 : IX , 749. — am- 
bitioneluxus; X, 167. — Appjus; V, 
157. — in arma Gaesar;U,439* — iu 
re|;na sua Auster ; IX , 3a i . — pieute ; 
ib. 147. — Tentus; V, 4l9, 578. — 
undarum cumulus; VI, 274. •— lo- 
uium; VI, 27. — Furentis populi du- 
cibus; II , a49* — Furenti manus op- 
poauit; ib, 55 1. — Furentem virum 
reţinere; I, 11 5. — populum in arma; 
ib. 68. — Furentes animi ; IV, 5o5. 

— gladii; VI, 3oo. — somui;VU« 



FUS 



205 



764. — Furentum arma pudor con- 
tinuii; IV, a6. — nos prseda sumus; 
I , a5o. — Furentibus ira laxat frenos ; 
VII, ia4' — pelagi undis; UI, 195. 
Furor est; IV, 517. — et rabies;!^. 
a4o. — si arma dedisset caelicolis ; UI, 
3i5. — arma invenit; ib. 671. — -nul- 
lum egit in arma ; U , a54. — cxcus ; 
X, 147. — bellorum; V, 36.— Eona 
in Latias oraş incubuit; UI, 94> — 
hic est; VII , 55 1. — bic exibit in an* 
nos; I, 669. — medius; X, 7a.*— 
quis, o cives; I, 8. — quis bic; ib* 
681. — pelagi fuit; II, 199. — Hore- 
las moYit; IU, a49« — scelerum^ 
VU, 95. — SibyUaf V, 184. — va- 
nus; VI, 434* -" ventorum; V, 586. 

— Furorii auetorf X, 539. — - fama 
urbem e sedibus expulit; U, 573. -— 
fluctus ; V, 1 1 8. »- impetus trahit ; U , 
109. — socius Lentulus; ib. 54a. — 
bumani labes; V, io3. — sui Toces; 
VU , 483. — tanti pretium tellus ; I , 
96. — Teutonici cursus; ib. a55. — 
Furorem daut Deae; X, 337. — mo- 
vet Yox; VI, i65. — movit quies; ib» 
282. — tigres posuere; I, 3a7. — Hes- 
perium; II, 292. — bune arcete; ib. 
295. — indomitum; IU , 3o3. — Ta- 
num deponc; II, 83. — Furore lasso 
defecta; I, 695. — sacro instinctam; 
V, i5o. — Furores, omen scelerum ; 
VU, 184. — raovere; IX, 642. — • 
Hesperii; X, 6a. — medii; V, 3o4. 

— nocte mersi; VU, 170. — Furo» 
rum pcenx; V, 206. — stimulns; VU, 
557. — Furorts damna solrerunt; I , 
106. — in medios belii ire paras; U> 
5a3. 

Furlim răpit agmina ; IV, 717. 
Furtiuus ignis soWmt ; IX, 142. — 
Furtiva fugx tempora placuere; II, 

688. 

Furto raptum iter; VI, 1 ai. — pa- 
vido colla subducit; U, i6S, —' Furta 

fugaB;IV, 4*6- 

Fuscante malas lanugine; X, i35. 
Fuscalor £oi cxli Corus ; IV, 66. 
Fusior. Vid. Fundo.. 



ao6 



GAU 
G. 



c-rfjji,- vn, 39a. 

Gabiniani milUes in jEgjrpto / 

Gobino ritu saccincta; I, 5g6. 

Gadts primx ; IX , 4^ 4* — '^T^ 7 
VII, 187: X, 457. — solas; HI, 
379. — Gadibus ricieus Atlas 5 IV, 
67 a. 

GatuluM para tiu; IV, 678. 

Go/otiv; VII,54o. 

Golea cava; VI, 193.-— Galeee 
orbia; IX, 5o2. 

Galeam excussit; IX, 5xo. — fe- 
rire^ V, 379. — protegit umbo; III , 
4^6. -^ Golea ptidorem tegit; IV, 
706. -— Gaieas contorsit ipiritas; IX, 
471 •— Galeis excirasit crisus; VII, 
i56. — incumbit bo1| VII, 178. 

'Galii } VII, 541* *— * sanguinei tris- 
tia uhilarunt; 1 , 567. — truoesj VII , 
!i3i. — Gallorum facibus perusta 
Tarpeia sede; V, 27. — popuH fero* 
ccs; I, 309. •— popiili -videutes ge- 
ni aere; III, 44^* "~" populis Arctoqoe 
subacta; ib, 74. — spolia; IV, Sao.-— 
Gallis male vicinis moenia condtta ; I , 
a 48. ~- Tictis piratica laurea cedat ; 

I, 133. 

GalHo me testem fecit beilis : VII , 
a86. — te tenuit; I, a83. — m^ilis; 

IU, 77- 

Gollica aryfa-^ I, ai 5. —per rura 
sparsse; I, 394. 

G-anges^ X, 33, a 5a. — qua coli- 
tupj III, a3o. — rapidus; VIII, 337. 
— mc submoveat; II, 49^* 

Ganjrmedes famulus; X, Sao. — 
Gar^medis au^iciis; ib. 53 1. 

Garamante dotectoj IX, 460. — 
Garamantes inculli; ib. 5 ia. — nudi 
arant; IV, 334» — perjisti; ib, 679. 

Garatnantides undx; IX, 369. 

Garganus'y IX, 184. — Aj^ulusj 
V, 38o. 

Gaudeo : gaudet amoto boste ; I , 
432. — Atax ferre carinasj i6. 4o3. 



GEL 

duris patientia; IX, 4o3. — - caruis- 
se; VII, 604.— effodisse; VI, 54i. 

— esse timori populis; III, 8a. — 
GAUcietiinponere; VI, 626. — ^ mons- 
tris; VII, i83. — serTasse; IX, 391. 

— Gaudent imponere; VI, aSa. — 
subsidero; III , 696. — Goudete co- 
bortes; ib. 36o. — Gatfidere triuni- 
phis; VIII, 43o« — plausu theatri; 
I, i33. — sanguine fuse; IV, 278.— 
Gaudens esse fidem; VIII, Jia8. — 
exercere; V, 3oa. — Medusa; IX,. 
633. — Tiam feeisse ruina ; 1 , 1 5o. — 
Gaudentem vidimus; VI, 79a. -«• 
Gaudente polo te regla caeii «xcipiet ; 
I, 47* — Gaudendum est; U, 43. 

Gaudia admisxt ; ih, 373.—' mentis ; 
IX, io4i. — rerninj X, loS. — ter- 
r»; IX, 946. 

Gaurus decidat;!!, 667. 

Gaza et Idume; III^ 216. •» triam- 
pbis praelata est; ib. 166. -— Gance 
£oai; Vn, 743. 

Gebennas casa rap« pendeotes; 
I, 435. 

Gelidus Strymon ; V, 7 n . — A- 
raxes; VIII, 43 jf. — Borecs; V, 661. 

— Hiberus; X, 47^» — Olympus ; 
V, 4« — orbis; IX, 704. — sanguis ; 
vn, 467. — smlor; IV, 6a3, — Ge- 
lidi Taygeti juTeatus; V, 5r. — G«- 
Udo gurgite populos iocludit ; III , 
368. — infecta cruore viscera ; I , 
619. — perfus» Caico; III, 3o3. — 
Gelida ora ; V, 55. — Gelida sub 
Arcto; I, 253. — - Geiidum corpus; 
IX, 935. — pecl*»; VI, 753. — si- 
dus; ib. 3^. — Gelidi artus; IX , 
56. — A gurgite artus; IV, l53. — 
orbes; Vţ, 4^8. — GeHddS'parar ad- 
ligat artnr; I, a46. — Gilidmîtto 
medull»; VI, 1639* — pestes; IX, 
844* "*' Gelidas uHd>ras ciagens hi-> 
cus; III, ^01. — eursu superarerat 
Alpes; I, i83. -— noctis umbras; (5. 
361. — tentebras; Ii, 336. — Anieikis 
ad undas ; 1 , 583. -^ ad Fhasidbs no- 
das; II, 58&. -—per Alpes; <&. 535. 

— Gelidis Rheni ab nndis fogit; ib. 



GEM 

570. — Gelida labra ; YI , 568. 
Gdo : gelassent Tultus^ IX, 691. 

— Gelato corde ; "VII, BSq. — Gelati 
orbes; VI, 54i. 

Geloni Tolucres ; III , a83. 

Gelu tegitur mare^ Y, 4^8* — • 
,iracto; IV, 85. -~ pigro haereos bru- 
mat \y, 5o. — pigro striDgi^ ib, 653. 

Gendno : genunare clainorem; VII, 
481. -— Geiiu/iiiXo Terbere; IX, 178. 

— Geminatce tenebrae^ VI, 624. 
Geminus axisţ VII, 43a. —Mart; 

VI, 269. — Gemina Arctos; VIII, 
175. — GenUnum capnt; IX, 719. 

— Gemini ponţi dÎTortia ; II , 4o4- 

— Geminum mare; I, loi. — Ge- 
ndno cacumine; ib» 55 1. — colle petit 
aeihera; V, 72.-— ordine creTisse; III, 
534. -— profundo elisa; II, 4^7* "" 
Gemini^ IX, 536. — staat fratret; 
III, 6o3. •— < ad bellum lunis; X, 5i!i. 

— Geminis ordinibus; IV, 4^^* "" 
Geminos excepi maritos; II, 339. — 
postes discurrit infixla; II, 355. -— 
Gemince acies; ib, 309. — palmx^ 

VIII, 583. — partes; IV, 495. — ra- 
tescomites; ib, l\^i, —^hse&ern'^ II, 
711.-— rupes; IV, 157. — - Geminoi. 
lurres^ 111,4^6. — permixtura do- 
mos ; II , 332. — inter undas maris ; 
ib, 399. — Geminis lustris bellantem ; 
I, a83. 

Gemitus^ VII ,680. — instar roci»; 
ib. 57a* — luporum; VI , 688. — 
Fhemonoes ; V, 191. — querelas ruat- 
pens; VIU, 87. — edere dolorem; 

VII, 43. -*-* Gemitu ad ictum consen- 
tit; VIII,^ 619, — latenţi; I, a57. — 
permixta loqui; I, 190. — Gemitus 
sequuntur; VII^ 7^4. -^tadti; VIII ,. 
64. -**- abscondunt; IX, 1106. — 
claiide; VUI , 634. — exprcsait; IX, 
io39;. •» Ubi negare j ib, io46. — in 
gemitus effudit dolorem ; ib, 146. 

Gemma toroa fulcit; X, laa. — « 
Gemmas capace&; ih. 160. — £oas; 

IX, 5 16. ^- Gemmis amictus ad- 
strinxit; II, 36a. -— coloratisf III, 
a39, 



GEN ao7 

Gemo : gemit agger; VI, 137. — 
rauca pontus; V, ai 8. — Gemunt 
rauca pectora; IV, 766. •«- rupea ^ 
VII , 483. — Gemutre, Gallonun pQ~ 
puii; III, 44^- — Gemuerunt umas; 
1 , 568. •— Gementem mori puduit ; 
IX, 886. •— Gementes ferrum stria- 
xere ; IV, 347. 

Gena : gena flos; VI , 56a. -— Ge^- 
nas crineaque raccendit; VI, 178.— 
madentea scissa; II , 37. -— Genis in- 
creacere barbaxu; ib, 376. — laciima 
cecidere; UI, 733. 

Genabos disaoWitur; I^ 44^- 

Gener pauper; X, 170. — rpinsţ 
VI, 3o5. — ▼ictoria; VIU, 555. — 
atque socer concurrunt bello ; IV, 
8oa. -— Generi mio»; IX, 1086. — - 
premit Testigia; II, 65a. — Genen> 
decretum est; 1 , 290. -— eaşe aibi li- 
: cebit; IU, 3a. — intentua; IX^95a» 
— minor ; VU y 6i 1. — Genenfs 80> 
ceria junxere; I, 118. 

Getierasa frons ; VIU , 680. — • um- 
bra; IX,a>6. — Generoşi aaugninia 
juvenia;IU, 7a3. — Ge/ierojo Tertice 
apicem tollena Flameo; I, 604. 

Genitor^IX, 164. — inCelixArgif 
UI, 727» — monstrum timuit; uL, 
645. — Pompeius; VI , 814. — spec-» 
Utus; IX, 128. 

Gens Curictum; IV, 4o6 dira;. 

VI, 507. — dura; IX, \Sg, ^ jacet 
conscia Nilo; I, ao. — lulea; IX, 
995. — magica^ ib. 923. — moto 
&eno aspera; IU, 269. •— omnis; I, 
61. — optima flexia in gyrum frenia; 
ib, 425. — PhariafX, 177, -— Miny» 
remis cognita; VI, 385. — babiut 
Gebennas; I, 4^5. ~— quaque sol» 
orbe arcessitur; i^. 167. — Romana; 
IX, L014. — sua salute contenta; ib^ 
909. — virorum; VIU, 385. — uni- 
ca; IX, 891. — - mundi ; VIU, 4*^9. -— 
Gentis mors; VU, 635. — pignora; 
IX, 906. — deletae funera ; II, 84. — - 
dirae carmina ; VI , 444* — lule» 
Pbrygii penates; 1 , 197. — GenU dk- 
vitiae robora ; IX , 4^7* "~ quantit 



%o8 



GER 



gloria; IIl, a4i. — a gente vetusta 
{>rofugi Celt«j IV, 9. — Gentes et 
populi; I, 5ia : VI, 443: VU, 890: 
X, 36. — timent arma; IX, 4/6. — 
^thiopuin; ib. 65 1. -^ Arabum; ib. 
5x8. — cultu vâri»; III, 289. — Es- 
ftedouiae; UI, !i8o. — Hesperiae; X, 
387. — ignavx; IV, $76. — igDOtx; 

IX, 37a. — innumeraej III, 3ai. — 
libycaj IX, 5ii, 5i5 ' — Pharia; 

X, 171. — Rhodani fer»; VI, i/^5. 
— sene j VII , 207. — triumphi unius j 
ib. a8o. — vagae j VIII , 8ia. — Gen- 
tes diem desperare coegit; I, 54^* — 
ignotas Argo miscuit; III, 194. — 
miscere ruinx; VII, 655. — miscui- 
mus armis; IX, 1077. — per Ponţi 
litora feras; II, 689. -~ subactas Tix 
impune feret; I, ^88. — Gentibus 
ablatof orbis ; IX , 856. -'— apertum 
orbem deserltis; 1^4^^* -"^ dare bella ; 
IX, 94. — Hesperiisj II, 3 18. — in- 
yidiam commodat; I, 83. — inyisis 
praebere cruorem ; 1 , 9. — iras date ; 
II, 47» — nostris xquum; X, 89. — 
nullis credite j 1 , 93. — numen Isis; 
IX, i58. — sancta fcedera; X, 47^» 
-.- tuta commercia ; VII , 811. — re- ' 
nerabile nomen; IX, ao3. — Tictis 
frequentem urbem; I, 5 ia. — unum 
da ignemj VII, 804» — a feris răpi; 
I,4i3. 

Genus fati; IX , 758. — humanura; 
VI , 614 : VII , 388. — humianum sibi 
consulat; I, 60. — humanum vivlt 
paucis; V, 343. -— humanum lugere 
yacat; II, 378. — mortale; III, 3 19. 
<->- mortale cum ventis composuit; ib. 
196. -— quod dadis parads; I, 649. 
-r- Generis memor; VIII, 284. — no- 
men; VII, 589. — turba; ib. 399. — 
kumani bellum; ib. 7a. — humani ca- 
pacem urbem; I, 5 ia. — majore 
damno coitur; II, 226. — • mixti foe- 
dera; IX, io49* — Generi humano 
lues paratur; I, 644- 

Genusus volucer ; V, 4^^ 9 4^^* 
Germane; IX, i23, 127. — Ger- 
mana; ib. 1068. 



GES 

Germănum bonum; VII, 435. 

Germen : germine grares râmi; 
IX,36i. 

Gero : gcrtf beUa; VII, 5o2, 54g. 
— ~ auspiciis paternis; II, 4^4* — S^" 
dus; Vm, 386.— colIaMagni; IX, 
10 12. — crines; X, 129. — divitias 
collo; ib. i4o. — mente tumores; ib. 
100. — opus expugnantis; ib. 490. — 
pila mânu ; IX, 587. — remigium ra- 
tis; IV, 423. — vitem; VI, i46. — 
Gerimus bella cum duce; VII, 3o7. 

— quidquid; V, 292. — Gerunt om- 
nes jussa; II, 649. -*— prslia; X, 532. 

— Gerebat Deum mente; IX, 564- 

— Gessisti bella yoto pari; ib, 256. 

— quidqnid in acie ; VII , 556. — 
Gessit bella; IX, 27. — - quod marte 
Poeno obsessum Saguntum; III, 35o. 

— Gessimus RYmsi ^ IX, io85. — - pa- 
vidi; VII, 643. — res;Vm, 275.— 
Gesserat exuvias olim; IX, 176.-— 
Geret bella per tenebras; VIII, 373. 

— Gerent bella clamore; VII, 369. 

— boc civile bellum; III, 356. — 
Geros bella; VIII, 324» — Gerat 
bella bellis conserta; II, 443. — Ges- 
serit prxlia facili eventu; I, 285. — 
Gerere bella ; IV, 382. — fortia; iJ^. 
202. — moles; ib. 4 18. — omnia du- 
cis'y ib. 342. — Ge««<55e bellum; VIII, 
4'9« — cum genero bellum; X , 170. 

— Gerens bella civilia; i6. i47ţ — ca- 
pillos; ib. i32. — emeriţi doni inşi- 
gnia; I, 357. — gladios; VII, 4^3. 

— Gerente te bella, in acies veaiam; 
III , 3o. — Gesiurus bella; VII » 171 . 

— prxiia consul ; II , 278. — Gesturi 
bella; VII, 96. — Geritur res; ib. 
195. — Geruntur bella; VIII, 5o2. 

— jugulis; VII, 533. — nobis; ib, 
79. — sine te; ib. 607. — Gerantur 
ne coUa sic; IX, io83. — Gen in 
corpore bellum; VII, i^oy, — bella 
jussit; III, 455. — placuit bella; I, 
12. — Gestum est tantum; IV, 257. 

Gesto : gestabat arma satelles; VIII, 
598. — Gestent ut coUa parentem ; 
ib. 732. —. Gestasset cadaver Nilus ; 



GLA 

VI, 3o8. — Gestare carinas^ V, 4^3. 

— cultiis vix nuribuf decoros^ I, 164. 

— dextra 5 VIII, 675. — majores ani- 
mos; rV, a85. — Gestans sacrala 
dona quercus; I, 137. — Gestanda 
dabantur signa ducis ; II , 96. — Ges- 
taia ducum cnlla pilo ; II, 160. — per 
urbâm ora; IX, iSy. 

Getea Dacis admixtus; IU, 96. — 
înde, kinc Dacus premat ; II, 54* — 
Getas, et Dacas motura clades; II , 
296. 

C^Uci nervi; VIII, aai. 

Gigantes terrigenae astra teutarent; 
in, 3 16. — vineţi tergaj VI, 665. — 
Gigantum sxYorumheUa; I, 36. — 
Gigantas tolleus Pblegra; VII, i45. 
■ — timens cslum; IX, 656. — post 
genitos; IV, 593. 

Gigno : gignit non quidquam fri* 
gore sterili; IV, 108. — Genuit hune 
Memphis; VUI, 477- — q"« tellus; 

VII, 819. — quidquid natura; VI, 
670. — Genuerunt hos eadem viscera; 

III, 604. <— GeniUim se credere toţi 
mundo; II, 383. — Genitum nocere 
animal ; VI , 485. — Genitos post Gi- 
gantas; IV, 593. 

Glacialis : glaciali frigore; I, 18. 

Glacies frigida ; X , 3o5. — soluta ; 
ib, 0124* — Glacie jaceres nuda ; VII, 
867. — temperat signorum ignes; 

IV, 109. 

Gladius adactus; IV, 56 1. • — dis- 
suasor justi; e^. 34^* — stat frigidus ; 
VII, 5o3. — Fellaeus; IX, 1074. — 
tuus; VIII, 607. — Gladii capulus; 
III , 749. — - Gladium fratris pectore 
condere; I, 376. — exegit per gentes; 
X, 3i. — Gladio permittere discri- 
men; VII, 108. — Gladio malecaesa 
cervix; X, 5 18. — purgandum cri- 
ni en; VIII, 5 18. — turbare vultus* 
VII, 32a. — viscera scrutaris; VIII, 
557. — Gladii sunt fatum; V, 283. 
— similes ; VII , 453. — furentes; VI , 
3oi. — hune premunt; VII , 781. — 
miile; II, ii5. — mundi; VII, 81. — 
soluti; ib. 159. — triste minantes; I, 

//. Pars altera^ 



GR A 2og 

320. — Gladios culpa exsolvitc^; VII , 
26a. — in gladios jurata manus; IX, 
85o. — super gladios ire;VII, 748. 

— Gladiis aditus arcet; X, 489. — 
bella gerit ; VIII, 386. — carinam in- 
struit; ib. 543. — coactis egeant bella; 
III , 323. ■— habere fidem ; VII, 139. 

— modus sublatus; VUI, 492. — se- 
cures mixtae ; V, 388. 

Glande excussa ; III , 7 1 1 . — Glan- 
des solutae, liquefactae; VII, 5x3. 

Glarea impulsa ; IV, 3o2. 

Glebas ubere superat; III, 68. -^ 
pingues; IV, 309. — Ghbarum cri- 
men ; IX , 425. — Glebis exilis Arisbe ; 

III, 204. 

Globus densatur; IX, 780. ■ — in- 
formis; IX, 801. — Globos densoa 
involvere; IV, 74. 

Glomerantur in orbes; V, 715. — 
Glomeratus pulvis ; VI , 296. — G/o- 
merata pubes; VII, 53o. 

Gloria belii; IV, 716. — contingit 
X, 284. — fecundae matris, fratres 
IU, 6o3. — iUum sustulit; X, 377 

— leti ; IV, 479 '• ^y 656. — mensae 

IV, 376. — metis Herculeis aufertnr 
UI, 278. — nobis maxima, seryasse 

etc. VIU, 1 10. Pompeii , bellum 

VII, 1 12. — pulsi Magni; IU, 48. — 
quauta genţi est; IU, 241. -^ sum 
tibi; VIII, 78. — terrarum Typhon ; 
IV, 595. — vitae; VI, 8o5. 

Gnarus , irarum causas trahi ^ 
111,53. 

Gnidosy VIU, 247 • 

Gnosos pharetras agitare docta ţ 
IU, i85. 

Oorgo/»,* IX, 658, 679. — GorgO" 
nos facies ; ib. 653. — regna ; ib. 668. 

— Gorgona apertam cernit; VI, 746. 

— Gorgone rapta ; IX , 684- — Gor^ 
gones sorores; ib, G/ij. 

Gorgonei crines; VU, i^g. 

Gortyna non pejor £ois sagitlis; 
UI, 186. 

Gortynis arundo; VI, 214. 

Gracchi legibns immodici; VI, 796b 
—'GraccAi^ jactatisminax curia; 1, 267, 

14 



3IO 



GRA 



GracilisUibmoă geonaumiiMure 
parat; I» loi. — Gracile luiue cor* 

nu 5 V, 54^' 

Gradiwus : Gradive , quid umtum 

paras; I, 66a. 

Gradam addunt equiţ IV, 759. — ^ 
f erte ; VIII ,718.— Gradu precipiţi; 

I , 4d^' *"" quanto mors cucurrit^ II , 
100. — Gradus ciuti; VI, 8a. — 
Gradus ponam in pulvere; IX, SgS. 

— Gtadibus RădioM d>umisj II, 356. 

— jam fesais; VI, ao6. 

Grada mosrana laceroa arttui âeyit^ 

II, 164. 

Gracua : Graea non le-vitate fi- 
dem servare^ IU, 3oi. 

GrMUM : Grăia clataiiţ IV, 53o. — 
îaventua \ TU , 3S5. — 'Graium squov ; 
VIII, 274. — bustiim; IX, 96a. *- 
GraUa urbi decns contigit; III, 388. 
— > Graio ferr* inerat; 16. 4^3. -— 
Grăia gymnaaia^ VII, i*)0^*^TaaefaÂak'y 

Grame/l altum f IX , 976.— Hy- 
UaBum yib. 291. -^ Gramine campum 
apoliare; FV, 41a.— Graminaauh^ 
mittere; IX, i8a. 

Grmmineua : gramineiîtHilj IV, 199. 

Grandavus aenatus f VII ,371. — 
Grand€evCs%efKi9^ miztia armavit ephe- 
hm-y III, 5x8. 

Grando : grandine tecta sanant 5 

III, 48a. 

Grassatus in undisj VI, £^21. 

Gratis vinci j IV, 376. 

Gratus ictus ; IV, 547 • -^ lumine 
nona; VIII, 463. -^ non graii sacri 
impatiens victima ţ 1 , 611. — Grota 
IM»; VI, 5i3. — Grata TÎeej IX, 
9g8. -^ Gratum reot cxlîcolis; X, 
197. »-« Grata morţi piac«Ia^ ib. 463* 
— oscttla 5 V, 736. — Gratior mibi 
tellus; IX, 8o.-^Grâliiw nuhi sohim^ 
VIII, iSc — perTcnit; IX, 186. 

Graindum. curia pectus^ V, 735. — 
Gravido cornu pluvialis tertia Cyn- 
thia;I, ai8. 

Orof'to/'ir agiiant metua; II, aa5. 

Grăviâ ictus manum amputat; III, 



GUR 

611. — Magno est tattis; VIU, 18.-^ 
pulius ; IV, 7&7« '— * ierpentibua Abro- 
toDua^IX, 930. ^^ Amphisbatoa; ib, 
719. -^ est domino egestas, HI, i5a. 
-— hora; VI, ^i^. -* obseasis famca; 
V, 449. — . Ossa; VI, 347. — turba 
boapita; VIII, 157. — Grat^ feaais 
imperium^ VII, 735. — bia jua ferri ; 
V, 3ia. -— manibus officiuib; IX, 64. 

— murmur infremnitţ I, 309. •^^GrO' 
vis aeiMcta fata odemnt; II, 65. -^ 
Graves Curii; X, i5a. -7-lacerti; IV, 
618. — lapsus sub nimio pondere; I , 
71. — divitiis râmi; IX , 36o* *-' trunci 
^idnnt corpora ; U , 906. •-- catence ; 
VII, 49^' "^ nubes mundo in^um- 
bere; IV, 69. — poeu»; VII, 614. — 
truncosunda sustinuere; III, 669.'"^ 
iras premit; II, 5ai. 

Gravor : grav^mtur domiu/OB'j VII , 
a84' -^ Gravări regnorum injuau ; 
V, a38. — Gravatur facies; Vi, 517. 

— Gravatus nimbis aer; V, 6{i8. -^ 
Gravată somno ; ib» 808. 

Greg^bus carereat ; VII , ^63. 

Gremium conjugis; Vlll, to6. 

Gressus inatdiilis; V, 556. — aolli- 
citus; ib. 5o8. -^ Gressuiri coercens 
binguor; I, 193. — Gressus tuti; VI , 
829. — - in gramine ponebaf ; IX , 976. 
-*- răpit; III, 116. 

Grues te potur», MiW; V, 71a. — 
biemes mutant j VII , 83a. 

Gurgus ali«nus;X, a93. -^ ingens ; 
Vin, a90. — Leucadiua; X, 66. -» 
medius; IV, 18. — Kili Peluaiacua; 
X, 53. — Niliacua; IX, loaS. — Pa- 
sai; VI, 377. — Pharius; VII* 69». 
— • Ponţi; ib, 8>3. — Ponţi rapidiM-; 

V, a34v7- pwn»; IV, 38o. — sept»- 
bus; viii, 445, — Tyrrbenus; II, 
210. — violentus; X, 3i6. -— Gurgi" 
tis parvi iEaa; VI, 36i. — Gurges , 
trahe; II, 486. — • GurgiU aperit; 

VI, 276. -— impuha; IV, 88. — par- 
fert; X, a54* ~- plena; IVy37i.— 
pwerrat; I, 433. -**• din'iaa; III, a35^ 
— gekdo inclttdit; i^. 367. — longo; 
V, 466. — mixto; IV, aa. — Kiii; 



HAB 

I, 684. — rapto it; VI, 37 a. — rivi» 
•«isâo j IV, i4a. '— ruptoj X, Boa. — 
snleaCo; in^ 55i. — in fuinmoţ i&. 
669. — suo ductus; I, 399. — supe- 
rato^i^.^aS. — tanto; V,57a. — tu- 
Toido ; II , 496- — cum gurgit^ Tene- 
Tătj IU, 5i5. — in gurgite c«des pe> 
ragunt; ib. 58o. — > Gurgitibus nf tis i 

n, 4i4- 

Gustatus sanguis; IV, a4i. 
Gustus Tenenij IX, 987. 
Gutla venenij IX, 703. 
Guttur Mccumj VI, 667. — tra- 
jecturn; ib, 637. — > Guttura elisa; 

II, 154. 

Gjrmnasia Grăia ^ VII ,972. 

Gyrus : ia gyrum fiexia; I, 4^5. -~- 
Gfro complectitur^ IV, 79. — latro ; 
ib. 45* — loiigo; III, 554. — G/- 
ros constrlnxit^ IV, 781. — medios; 
VI , 87. 

H. 

Habenm Balearisj III, 710. — 
largus; Vn, aa5. — Habena amen- 
tat; VI, aai. — Habenes domitorb^ 
VI, 399. — Habenas aputj VII , i43. 

— totas accepit; II, 5oo. — • Habenis 
totis; IX, 4^4* 

Habeo : hahes aditum; VIII, 74* 

— beHum; III, i33. — pectus nu- 
dum; V, 3219. — sidiis; IX, 54a. — 
Ausoniam; V, 497- — Hobet -Sgyp- 
ton; X, 359. — comites; VIII, 209. 

— signa; IX, 25i. — jus; I, 4o7- — 
Tires} VIII, 385. — famam} IX, 
754. — hoc^ ib, 636. — Tismiij III , 
720. — lumen; VI, 6^8. — me; II , 
586. — mbimum; IV, 558. — pi- 
gnora; IX, 907. — plus; IV, 509. — 
quaatum; Vni, 4^5. — quem Nilusj 
IX, 81. — aceptra; Vni, 448. — 
solatia; IX, 870. — carfum; l, 663. 

sub jure; X, 96. — tantum; IX, 

^($7 . — tecta , lege» ; V, 3 1 . — Thessa- 
Uamj VIII, 45. — plus ira; ni,6i5. 

— yentos; X , 206. — viasj IV, 86. 
..latratut et gemitus; VI, 688. — 



HAC 



211 



munimen; VI, aa. -— urnam; VII, 
819. — Habemus crimen; VIII, 5i». 

— yindictam j VII, 455. — Habetis 
in manibus ; VII , a53. — Habent 
commercia; IX, 444* — crimen; 
Vni, u8. — DeumjVl, 497.— 
casnm^ II, i3. -»- carinaa permuitaa; 

V, 707. ~ templunij IX, 5ia. — yi- 
ru»; ib, 61 5. — yulous; VII, 689. — 
Habebat jus ; VIII, 636. — io caput ; 
ib, gS. — Habuil fratres ; VII , 55o. 
pugux partea; ib, 63a. — quos vul- 
tus; IX, 678. — ripas; IV, i3o. — 
Habuere Deos; VI, 494» — «num du- 
cem j III, a88. — pacem; IV, 473. 

— Habuerunt yultua; IV, 170. — 
Habebo dominumţ IX, a4i. — ' Ha^ 
bebis prelium j II , "^58. — Habe ho»* 
tem; ib. a84* *— Habete animos; IX, 
96. -— Habeatis jos ; VII, 265. -— 
Habeant cnrsum j IV, 114. -~-> Ha- 
buisset )us; IX, 887. — Habere yi<- 
res; III, 74a. — discrimen; IV, 192. 

— famulos; ib, a 18. — fata; 1^,834. 

— jugulum; VIII, 10. — gentes; 
VII, 55. — parera; IV, 620. — or- 
bem ; 1 , 291 . — tempus ; IV, 479» "~ 
yias sanguine fuso; 11^ 44^* ""^ Ha^ 
buisse undas; ib, 4i5. — epulaa leo- 
nes; IV, 60a. — Habenîi payidum 
ducem ; III, 95. — Habentes nomen ; 

VII, 44i' ""■ nomina; VI, 681. — - 
Habentia pacis*yuhum; III, 72. — 
Habitura cives; IV, 807. — mortes; , 

VI, 583, — triumphos; I, 12. — .yix 
locum; VII, 494* 

^â£i7e«lacessere; III, 553. 
Habiialor Olympi; VI, 34i. — 
rarus; I, 27. 

Habito : habitat Gebenuas; I, 435. 

— m»; VII, 395. — Habitant lub 
pectore; X, 336. — ubi semidei; IX , 
7, — Hahitare cayernas; V, 87. — 
HabiUms in vallibus; VI, 293. — 
Veios; V, a8. — Habitata aula; 
X,73. 

Hahitus oris; IX, io34. — virij 

VIII, 666. 

Hac commcat; X , 249. — ire; IX , 

'4- 



313 îlMti 

444* — perTentum ad viscera, Yll , 
5oo. 

Haetenus discrimina ; lY, 4^* 

Hadria yagus^ V, 6i4« — moTÎt ; 
II, 6a5. 

Hadriacce undx; V, 38o. — Ha- 
driacas undasj III, 190 : II, 4<>7 * 
ib, 61 5. 

Hcemonides i VI, 690. — jHTojmo- 
nidum carmen; ib. 480. — moenia; 
ib, 436. 

Hcemonius arcuş ^ VI, 394.— can- 
lus ^ib, 694. — Hcemonia silva j VIII, 
2. — teilus; VII, 858. — Hcemo- 
nium bellum; VII, 8^5 . — HoBmo- 
niam lolcon; III, 19a. — HcemonioB 
artes; VI, 4®^> 7^^. — terrae; ib, 

44a. 

Hcemorrhois 'y IX, 709, 806. 

Hcemus Thessalicus^ X, 449* — 
Thracius; III, 197. — devexas; VI, 
576. — excepit; VII, 480. — mergi 
TÎsus; ib. i74> — HoBmi sub rupeţ I, 
680. — Hcemo spargit; V, 3. 

Hcereo rhceret acies; IV, 39. — fa- 
tis^ Vff, 35. — fune rupibus; V, 614. 
— . imago; IX, 7a. — Cyllenius; I, 
66a. — Hceremus Superis; IX, 573. 
'^Hcerent in nubibus; IV, 33 1. — 
rates; ib. 607. — tabulis; III, 688. 
-^ Hcesit cavernisj V, l63. — dies; 
VI, 46a. — fortuna; VII, 547. — 
manus; III, 6ia. — moles; IV, 454» 
— - limine ; 1 , 5o8. — vultus; IX , 
io36. — haesere in scopulis ; IX , 
65o. — rates ; II , 711. — praecipites 5 
ib. aia. — HoBserunt ibi; III, 645. 

— undae j V, 435. — Haerebis intra 
pectora; IV, 648. — Hcereat bellum; 
n, 488. — Cornelia; IU, 24. — lan- 
cea; I, art, — vulnus; VIII, 417» 

— HoBserit nomen ; ib. 804. — Hce^ 
rere cruoresj VII, 637. — impatiens; 
IX, 371. — terrae; ib. 8a. — Hcerens 
congestu; ib, 487. — Hcerente non 
marito; V, 808. — Hcerens Pbemo- 
noe; V, i45. — biatu orei; VI, 71 5. 

— gutture; ib. 667. — aquilonibus ; 
IV, 5o. — terrae; IX, 343. — radi- 



HEC 

cibus^ Ij 138. -~ Hcerentes arvis; 
VII, 789.' — cutehastae; VI,aio. — 
Hcerentes aquas; II, 217. — Hceren- 
tia humeris suppara; ib. 363. — • lon« 
ga serie agmina; I, 49^* — Hcesuri 
Martis; III, 4^3. — - vitalibus ictus ; 

VI, 197- 

Hceres funeris; VI , 695. — noster; 
IX, 94* — ad hceredem itis; IX, 37$. 
— Hcerede relicto ; X , 44* 

Haljrs Groeso fatalis; III, a7a. 

Hammodjrtes ; IX ,716. 

Hammon Jupiter; IX, 5 16. — ab- 
stulit uemus; ib. SaS. — corniger; 
III, 292. — Sjrticus; X, 38. — con- 
finis; IV, 673. — tortiscornibus;lX, 
514. — boc nobis inseret; ib. 57a. — 
Hammona relinquens; ib. 586. 

Hannibal Poenus; I, 3o5. — cruen- 
tus; IV, 790. — est'multns; VIII , 
a86. 

Harpen Cyllenida; IX, 676. — 
sustulit; ib. 66a. 

Hasta non fuitj III, 5oo. — adfixit; 

VII , 624. — HastoB Terbere ; VII , 
577. — Hastam bo8til(em;III, 679. — 
Hastas expulit; ib. 690. — Hastis 
cunctis; II, 3 10. 

Haud alii vultus ; VII , 777. — ali- 
ter; VI, 220: IX, 284. — proculj 
VI, 64a. — totam obruit; IX, 672. 

Haurire liquores ; IX, 61 3. — HaU' 
rit saxa ; II , 664. — Hausit exiguum 
sanguinis; ib, i^i. — palus feras; IV, 
10 j. — ratis pelagus; III, 629. — 
venenum; IX, 617. — Hauserunt 
sanguiuem; I, 14. — Pontum; III, 
577. — Hauriat undas; I, 4l5. — 
Hauserit amorem; X, 363. — igoe& 
pectus; ib. 71. — Haustus fluctos^ 

VIII, 709. — jugulus; X, 387. — 
Haustum venenum ; Vl , 457» 

Haustor aquae; IX, 591. 

Haustus obscoeni ; IV, 3 ia. 

Haustus qusrere; III, 345, 

Hebeo : hebet Plias ; II, 7aa. — si- 
dus; I, 662. 

Hebes mucro; VI, 186. 

Hecate ad Deos procedit; VI, 



HES 

736. — Hecates pars j VI , 700. 

Hector^ manes; IX, 977. 

Helice Pari-faasis^ II, aS;. 
. Helle Nepheleias 5 IX , qSG. — Hel- 
ies portitorţ IV, $7. 

Hellesponti fretum; II, 675. 

Heniochi Lacedemonii^ III, 370. 

— Marte feroces; II, Sgi. 
Hennceafyi, 740. • 
Hera semianimis^ VIII , 66. 
Herba iners: V, 4^4' "~" infecta; 

VII, 85 X. — surgens; ib. 865. — Her^ 
beedxhix'^ VI, ii3. — kibernse; IX, 
i83. — iDexpertx; IV, 556. — magi- 
ca j VI, 82a. — nocentes; ib, 4^8* — 
potentesj IX, 898. — rara; ib. 438. 

— non audebunt; VI, 769. — Her- 
bas exaudire^ ib, 715. — fequi^ ib. 
49a. — - in herbas^ib. 5o6. — Herbis 
inspuit; ib. 683. — abrumpere^ «i. 6 io. 

Hercece araj IX, 979. 

Herculea mânu Ossa discessit 0-> 
lympo; VI, 348. — Herculeam OEten^ 
III, 178. — Herculeo sub nomine ^ 
I, 4o5. — Herculei nodi'^ IV, 63a. — 
Herculece fauces; VIII, i. — phare- 
trae j VI , 354- — Herculeis metis j 
111,378. 

Hercules monslris terras leuat, 
et leonem occidit^ IV, 613. — hy- 
dram^ ib. 635.— Olympum tulit; ib. 
639. — - ejus pugna cum Antceo / ib, 
610 seq. — sagittas donat Philocte- 
tce; VI , 355. 

Herculis est OEte ,• VIIT, 800. 

Hermus nou vilior^ III, 210. 

HerocB turres ^ IX , gSS. 

Hesiones scopuli; IX, 970. 

Hesperiaj V, 38 : VI, 3a3 : VHI, 
189, 285, 768. — inaiata^ I, 29. — 
jacet^ V, 266. — Hespjerice finis j I , 
404. — flos; II, 196. — proceres; 
X, 4^0. — vetitis arvis; I, 324. — 
Hesperiam exbaurit; II, 4 10. — me 
vehis; V, 534. 
. Hesperidum hortus; IX , 358. 

Hesperius Batist I, 589. — dux ; 
X , 376. — miles ; VIII , 826. — san- 
guis^ VII, 738. — Hesperia f^ens y 



HIC 



2l3 



VI, 585. — r Hcsperium fatum 3 V, 
122. -r nomen ; II , 57 : VIII, 760.— 
furorem ; II , 293. — ad axem ; III , 
359. • — Hesperiam Galpen imple-vit) 
I, 555. — in Hesperium latus; I, 
547. — Hesperii duces ; V, 708. — 
furores; X, 63. — portus^ V, 8o3. 

— Hesperice clades; VU, 871 : VIU, 
35o. — columna; IX, 654» — gcn- 
tes; IV, 352 : V, 829 : VII, 74i : X, 
387. — res; VII, 283. — segetes; 
ib. 4o3. — Hesperios in agros; I, 38a. 

— Hesperiis gentibus; II, 3 18. — 
Hesperios oraş tanget; V, 578. 

Hesus altaribus faorrensj I, 44^* 

Hetrusca aralra; X, i53. 

Heu ,' VUI, 604. — Casarj V, 3io. 

— demens; ib. 328. — dolet; VI, 
3o3. — facinus! X, 5i8.— -pudet; 
V, 690. — miseri; IV, 382. — ni- 
mium felix ; VIII , 1 39. — quantum : 
V, 354, 7a7. 

Hiatus compagis; X, 248. -—mu^ 
tus; V, 1 3i . — Orei primus ; VI, 714. 

— telluris; V, 83. — Hiatu whiio^ 
III, 261. -7— vasto; I, 209. 

JEftĂcr durus; VI, a58. — foditau- 
rum; VII, 755. 

Hiberiaj VII, 282. 

Hibernus tumet; X, 229. — Hi- 
berna noxj VIII, 4%« — Hibemo 
sereno; IV, 55. — Hiberni imbres; 
VIII, 829. — Hibernas berba; IX, 
i83. — Hibernas aquas; IV, 16. 

Hiberus (fluTius) aufertj IV, 33. 

— gelidus; X, 476. -^ rapidus; IV, 
335. — torrensj VII, 1^. 

Hiberus orbisj V, 343. —r Hiberi 
martis ; III , 336. -r- orbis j VII , 54i • 

— domiti; V, 337. — Hiberos feros 
moTit; II, 549. — - ad duros; ib. 629. 

— Hiberis pccurrat ; ib, 54* 

Hic ardor; VI, 587. — est quîs> 
quisj V, 34. — erit populus; VII, 
543. — orbis 5 ib, 223. — Hune vo- 
lumus;IX, 81. — Hunccine petisti; 
ib. 1047. — Htec eadem; ib. 374. — 
est illa dies ; VII , 254* ~— nasci , bac 
mori; ib. Z'jS, — Hanc fuisse; VIII, 



3l4 



HOD 



4i5. ~— Hoc «TÎ; X, 195. — animi; 
1^.68. — caput; VII, 3o5, 45i. — 
cUmnum; IV, 5i4- — jurii; VI, 49(6, 
597: VIU, 95.— onerU; IV, 398. 

— iceluB; VII, 35. — «olum; IV, 
719. — -agunt, ut; ib. aai. — menii; 
VIII,65i. -~peto, ne; IV, 36a. — 
placet.' VII, 58, 87. — prxstare, ut; 
IV, ai 3, ai 5. — proderit, quod; 
Vin, 865. — magia; ib, 578.— quod 
TÎncas; IV, 355. — vilior; ib. 339. — 
Hi. alii; X, ia8. ~ Hi; VIU, i56, 
196 : X, 489. — iUi; VI, 1*77 ; VII , 
386. — Hirte usus; V, 698. — Hi 
Tiri j VII, 4i5. — HU explicat; VI , 
488. — jugulis; V, a63. — Hce , ha; 
IX, 333, 335. —Hcte fatum; V, 672. 

— coDCta ; ib, 34^. — rerum pros- 
pera; VII, 107. 

Hic ense relicto; V, 3a i. — situs 
e»t; Vni, 793. — alt, hie relinquo; 
I, 325. — Hic sunt; VII, 55 1. — 
iUic;i^634:X,3oi. 

Hiems quieu; IX, 949. — TÎres 
prsbebat; I, 317. — suadebat; IX, 
374. — tempus dat; II, 648. — Hie- 
mem aubmoyisie ; ib. 385. — Hiemes 
perpetux; IV, 107. — actas; I, 3o2. 

— TLreicia; VII, 833. — tuas ad- 
ferre; X, 3oo. 

Hilares;T%.j 1107. 

Hihrda alta; IV, a6i.— HiUr^ 
dam celiam ; ib, i44* 

Hinc; IV, 654 : X, 3a7. — absit ; 
rV, 487.— starent; VII, 36o. — ter- 
ret; Vin, a83. — Hinc; VU, 533 : 
IX, 861 : X, 367, 537.— iade; Vin, 

444: IX, 377. 

HU} : hiant unda ; V, 644* — Hian- 
tes per rimas; I, 6a4» — per terras; 
UI, 10. 

Hirta coma ; VUI , 680. — Hiriam 
togam; U, 386. 

Hispanas ad acies; IU , 454» 

Hister; V, 437. — non adiiget; U, 
5o. •— Histri multifidi caput; III^ aoa. 

— in rupibus; IV, Sag. 

Hodie est; VII, 257. — erit; ib. 
iar. 



HOR 

Homo quidquid est^ IX, 779. — * 
Hominis quid fata paterent; II, i33. 

— Hominem cedere ; V, i63. — pro- 
jecit in undas; VI, 4oi. — Homines, 
vel Dii; V, 271. — yenenis deesse^ 
IX, 858. — Hominum impatiens; 
VU, 866. — magna pars; VU , 90. 
— - mens; ib. 2o3 : U, x5. — partus; 
I, 562. — mors; VI, 56i. -— nulii ; 
VU, 63i. — ritus; ib. 801. — sum- 
mi;i^. ao5, 585. 

Honesta mors; VI, a35 : X, 539. 
•— Honeatce mortis; IU, i34- — Ho- 
nestum constat; IX , l^o^, — non cres- 
cit; ib, 571. -— Honesti exemplar; ib, 
563. — respectus ^ VIU , 490* — "- 
gidi;II, 389. 

Honor; V, 5o. < — funeris; IX, 63. 

— insuetus; VUI, 536. — nulhis; 
III, 137. — summus; IX ^ a4i : V, 
383. — Honos mortis; IX, 517. — 
tectus; U, 19. — Honores festinati; 
VIU, 24. — mortis; ib 773. — vatis ; 
IX , 984. ~ raptos ; I, 317. 

Hora discriminis; VI, 4* 5- ~~ e^~ 
trema; VIU, 610. — fatalis; IX, 87. 

— ioslabat; V, 8i5. — mactandi;X, 
43o. — suprema; I, 73. — tertia; V, 
507. — veniet ; VI, 806. — una; VII, 
345. — Hora omni; IX, 883. — Ho^ 
ra brumales; VI , 333. — estlTx; X , 
218. — mortis; VU, 5o. — pares; 
VIU, 467. — Horas diWdat; U, 689. 

— Horis flagrantibus; I, 16. — luoa- 
ribus; ib. ^i^, 

Horetas furor Romanus moyit 5 UI , 

a49- 

Horrea Bomana; UI, 67. 

Horret concubitns; VUI, fyi^, — • 

Enceladon ; VI , 293. — contagia ; UI , 

3ai. — - Horremus nomîna; X, 390. 

— ^orruet Megaram; T, 577. — an- 
gues; IX, 907. — te auditu; VIU , 
342. — Horreat fasces; VU, 4*8. — 
umbram ; VIU , 45o. — Horretu Hc- 
sus; I, 44^* 

Horrida coma ; VI , 656. -— Hes- 
pcria; I, a8. — cerni; IU, 347. 
Horrificam caesariera; U, 3 7 2. 



HOS 

fforrisonis ilatibus; 11^ 4^^ - 

/JTorrDr comarum ; Y, iS^. -*- inC- 
«cit; £&. 564- — orbisj i&. 344- -^per- 
culit^ I, iga. — inest^ IU, 4»J« — 
Horroris dirij IU, 9. — Horrore tre- 
mit ; V, 44^. 

Hortamen^yU, 786, 

Hortatar tcruUndi^ IX , 549» 

HoitaUi «uo^ VI, 317. 

Sortor : hortari in pr«Uft ; YII , 
370. — p Hortando vulgo; VU, 249. 

Hortus Hesperidum pauper; IX, 
358. 

JTojpeiadjacet^ YU, 187. — * Alcir 
dae; YI, 391. -^ armalus^ X, 149. — 
aTitus; IX , 1028. — curia; Y, n. — 
capacior ^ X , 1 63 . — privaTerit 5 YUI , 
498. — Romanus; ib. n5, 8aa. — 
Hospitis adventusy ib. 473. — nomen ; 
lY, 177. — Hospite in fixoj X, 455. 
•— Hospilibus excubatţ IX ,910. 

Hospita Colclus; YI, 44'* ^^ S''*' 
visj YIU, 157. — maousj ib. 748. — ^ 
teUu8 5lII,43. 

JJospitium litoris; IX, io83. — <- 
Hespitiis Superum ^ib, 1 3 1 . 

Hostia barbarus^ lY, 319. -— Car- 
thagini«j Yl, 789. — lentus; II, 488. 

— Spartacus; ib. 554* — defuit; I, 
a3. — - Hostis occursum; U, 396. •— 
Jţosti coiic«S8a 'y ib. 76. — efiecimua ^ 
YU , 99. — servari ; IX , 2 1 3. — Ho»' 
tem compkctitur hostis^ IU, 694. — 
oompressum; ib, 701. — Pompeii, 
Caisaris; U, 283. — propinquum ; UI, 
3o5. — me fccerit; I, 2o3. —in hos^ 
tern contorsitj IU, 671* — in hostem 
mittit; ib. 721. — ifo^te amoto; I, 
4aa. — conainua Tiso; ib. ao6. — ca- 
ret; IU, 649. -"^ Tacantes^ II, l^^o. 

— yi<^; I, ifio. -^ a nullo; lY, 94. 

— ab hoste preasus; I, 5i4' — e* 
hosU^ qu4>cunique ; ib. 375. •— sine 
hoste ,• ib, 68a. —in hoste ^ YU, 801. 

— Hostes justij X, 437. — natant - 
ib, 497. — ferantj UI, 5o. — Hostes 
deesse noceljUI, 365. — reddile; 
II, 5a. — ^ ad hostes pcrvenit ; X, 
5ai . — per medios hostes ; YU , $90. 



HYiE 



ai5 



■ — Hostibus depulsis; II, 654- — prae- 
buitj III, 56». 

Hostiiis piippis; YIU, 577.—- fia#- 
tile valJum; YU, 733. -. HosUlem 
puppimj UI, 6a5. -*- haatam; 16.679. 

— in terram ; II , 89. -*- Hostili d« 
parte; I, 6aa. — Hostiles caterrae; 
II , 3o8 : YU, 337. — rapina; I, i6a. 

— muros; IU, 474» "" »»P«r remos; 
ib. 7o5. — HoslUia castra; lY, 339. 

— spolia; YIU, 819. • 

Huc adesj YIU, io3. — agit te; 
ib. 5a 5. — cadesţ lY, 648. — impu- 
]it; YIU, 454. — misceturj YI, 760. 
petuntur; IX, 707. -*- illuc; YIU, 

Humanus labor; YI, ao. — mo- 
dus; IX) 794. — Humana lingua; 
YI,687. — pietas auderet; IU, 3 17. 

— strages ; X , 3|i. — Humanum 
cubnen; VII, 594. — ^ genu8;YI, 
6i4 : YU, 72, 388, 399 : II, 878 : 
Y, 343 : 1, 60. — Tenenum; YI,49»- 

— Humani generia; I, 5l3. — ge» 
neris; II, aa6. — Humano geoeri; I, 
645. •— HumansB fibrx ; YI , 706. — - 
mensx; ib. n6. — rea; YU, i3i..— 
Humana poUuit ,* lY, 689. -^ âd miu> 
mura; I, 56 1. — Humanis cruoribua; 
IU , 4o5. 

Humator consulis; YU, 799. 

Humentes oculi; lY, 5aa. —« ge- 
na; Y, 737. — nebulae; YI, 369, 468. 

Humeri, lacertique; IX, 780. — • 
Humeris hfierentia ; II , 363. 

Humidus .£goceros; IX, 537. — 
aer; lY, 71. 

^ttim7i>;YIIl, 344. — labor; YI, 
60a. — Sason \ Y, 65o. 

Humor «quoreua 5 IX, 757. — dis- 
cessit; lY, 127. — noVit; IX, 8ia. — 
fusus; ib. 743. — intimu*; YI, 537. 

— putrisţ VIU, 690. — Humorem 
prodit ; I Y, Sog. 

Humus subseditj YI , 643. — Hu^ 
mum ligatam arciet ; III , 398. — JSTa- 
mo volvuntur; IX, 843. — dura; II, 
>56. — parva; YIU, 789. 

HycBneB nodus; YI, 67a. 



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IDE 



HjrbUeum ^tLmen ^ IX, agi. 

Hjrdaspes Njsaeus; \III, 227. — 
Hjrdaspen luixtum ^ III , 336. 

Hjrdra desecU; IV, 635. — Hjr^ 
dram qunm viaceret; IX, 644- 

Hfdri proteoti^ IX, 673. 

Hydrus avius^ V, 375. 

Hjrperborea ursaj V, 23. 

Hyrcaniay III, 368. 

Hyrcano neroore^ F, 3a8. — Hyr^ 
canas sUvae; VIII , 343. 



I. 



ijDBR tepidum; IV, 4^5 . 

lapyga excipit Pindus; VI, 339. 

/aspide fulva ; X , 132. 

Iberi. Vide Hiber, quam lectionem 
sequi ubique debueramus. 

Ibi fas^X, 408. 

JcarioB fcopuli ; VIII, a44- 

Ico : ictum sanguine j X , 3^1. — 
Icţa Tento; II, 458. 

Ictus dirusţ V, 3; a. — gravis; III , 
611. — gratus; IV, 547. — litoris; 
V, 55i. — Phoebi; VII, 314. — re- 
cenij IV, 386. «rr- Ictum frangit; IX, 
449* "" ^^ ictum consensit; VIII, 
619. — Iclu confirmare ; IV, a5o. — 
corruit; VII, 63a. — fortunae; V, 
739. — ingenti^ III, 469. — lan- 
guente j ib, 693. — roboris j ib. \^. 
•— suspenso \ ib. 490. — victa suo ; 
ib, 564. — in primo; II, 77. — sub 
ictu sUrejVI, 61 3. — Ictus baesuros; 
ib, 197. ■ — crebros; III, 628. — in- 
gerisjVlII, 645. — abstulit ; III, 
708. — sentire; IV, 377. — validos j 

III , 678. — ad yastosj ib. 655. — in 
adversos; ib. 5'jl. — Ictibus continufs; 
ib. 486. — pulsantj ^H» 129. — - so- 
natj VI, 193. 

Idalis tellus; III^ 3o4* 
Jdalium lilus; VIII ,716. 
Idem, quod; IX , 536. — Eodem 
lempove j X , 494- — Eadem fortuna,* 

IV, 402. — haec ; IX , 374. — haec 
diesj VII, 257. — Idem oplavcrej 
IV, 534. — /*Jem,VI, 467. 



IGN 

Idume divesţ III, 216. 

IgUur^ VIII, 242 : IX , 368, 938. 

Ignarus fatorum; IV, 232. — Ju- 
piter; VI, 467. — Ignarum sorti» j 
111,319. — Ignaro Caesare; X, 58. 

— Ignari scelerum^ V, 35. 
Ignave; V, tfi'j, 

Ignauus : ignava juventus ; VII , 
271. — morsţ IV, i65. — propago 5 

VI , 589. — Ignauum parcare 5 I , 
463. — puppis onus; VII, 136. — 
scelus; IX, 383. — Ignat^i; VI, 666 : 

II, 496. — IgnavoB gen ies; IV, 575 : 

VII, 277. — manus; IX, 26 ; I, 5i4. 

— Igna^^a stagna ^ V, 44^* 

Igneus rubor; V, 3i4- IX, 791. 

— Ignea pars; X, I25. — pestisj 

VI, 96. — virtusj IX, 7. — Ignea 
astra; I, 75. 

Ignifer : igniferi orbls; III, 4'* 

Ignis edaxj IX, 742. — furtirusj 

ib, 142. — lentus; VIII, 777. — Li- 

bycus; IX , 538. — medicatusj ib. 

915. — piger^ X, 493. — Phoebi; 

VIII, 228.— Phrygiusj IX, 993. — 
quotus; VIII, 170. — spissior^IX, 
604. — supremus; VI, 358. — unus; 

VII, 8o4' — raptusj I, 55o. — ^t- 
na ; ib. 547* — accipit j VIII, 758, — 
contîgit; IX, 65. — elatus; VI, 379. 

— ferus; III, 686. — incubuit; X, 
497. — agit; III, 5o4. — perit; ib. 
364. — ostendit; IX, 74. — adfixus ; 

III, 681. — usserit;VII, 812.— 
uret; ib. 8i3. — dissipet; X, 233. — 
dedit; I, 53 1. — vebit; IX, 461. — 
Ignem ambiat; VIII, 735. — rapieus; 
I, 534. — immittere; ib. 379. — ra- 
puere; X, 499* — reddere; IX, 181. 

— Igne immenso; VII, i55. — rogij 
ib. 798. -^ superjecto j X , 2i5.^ — fo- 
▼et; IX, 184. — vago; I> 5o. — 
Igni intulit; IX, 178. — etferrojII, 
445. — Ignes caii; VI, 337. — lam- 
padis; ib. i35. — medii; VIII, iSg. 

— niniii; ib. 848 : IX, 375. — ra- 
pidi^ X, 211. — sicci; VIII, 737. — 
turicremi ; IX , 989. — cessant ; I , 
658. — coeunt; IX, 866. — creman- 



ILI 

tes; VIII, 743. — si iion sint; X, 
463. — Ignes additj VII, SSg. — dis- 
persos; I, 606. — hauseritj X, 71. 
--occupatj II, iSg. — nigros^ I , 
65a. — sigoorum; IV, 109. — - solist 
I, a3i. — sparsos; ib, 167. — in 
ignes coUapsus^ II, 67. — ad ignes ,• 

VI, 825. — . in mediosj III, 352. — 
Ignibus arcetj X, 489. — • atris; II, 
^99* — nigris terrenisqne; VI, 5oa. 

— raptunisj III, 98. — permissaj 
Vn, 4i3. — petetj VII, 449. — 
Phoebeis; II, 4i5. — . sonans : VI, 
662. 

Ignoro, anj IX, 143. — Ignoras ^ 
VIII , 5j. — Ignorat Arcton 'y VI, 
343. — causasj VII, 190. — - fron- 
desjIX, 5a5. — Ignorant, an; VIII, 
6a6. — datos enses; IV, 579. — Igno- 
rans commercia j VIII , 348. 

Ignosco : ignowere Deis; II, 93. — 
Ignosce hoc j IV, 356. — Ignoscere 
divis; IX , 1 1 o3 . — Ignosci y II , 52 1 . 

Ignotus pavor ; VI , 1 5 1 . — hosiis ; 

VII, 325. — gentibus; VIU, 19. — 
Iiosti; VII, 587 Ignotum nemus; 

IX, 429. — orbemj III, 247. — Igno- 
to consule; IV, 379. — -Nilo; X, 282. 

— orbe; III, 3 10. — Ignota facies; 

VI, 5i6. — Venus; VIII, 398. — 
pietas; VI, 495. — tellus; VU, 867. 

— Ignotum caput; X, 191. — Igno^ 
ta ccrvice; II, 112. — Ignoti amnes ; 

X, 32. — campi; IV, 733 : Vf , 276. 

— Ignotce gentes j IX , 372 : II , 293. 

— radices; VI, 11 3. — regiones ; 

VII , 703. — undae; VI, 4oi. — Igno^ 
ta secreta; X, 195. — sideraj I, 526. 

— Ignotas gentes; III, 194. — sub 
ignotis colonis; 1 , 170. 

Ilerda, Vide Hilerda. 

Ilex nodosaţ III, 44^* 

llia defecta; IV, 757. — in ilia 
descendit; III, 724. — suspensaţi^. 
601 . — llibus compressis; IV, 627. 

Uiaco a sanguine^ I, 428. — lliaci 
muri; VI, 48. — //iaccc Albaj V, 
4oo. — manus ; III , 2 1 1 . — mor» ; 
JX, 1002. — Uiacas domus; X, 61. 



IMM 217 

niabitur Nar; 1 , 475. -^lUabi la- 
crimis; V, 281. 

///a?5a,IX,347. 

lUatrat Manibus ; VI , 729. 

///c,- VII, 454 : IV, 636. — crea • 
tor ; X , 266. — sordidus consul ; X , 
i52. — erit iUe nocens; I, 2o3, — 
nia dies; V, 616. — rabiei; VII, 
245. — IUe, iiUf IV, 399. — IlU, 
liijVI,277. 

Illibalaîosdera; II, 342. 

7//*c,hic; V1I,633. 

liliciU tori; X , 76. — Illicitof 
flamros ; VI , 454» 

Illinc, liinc; V, 44^* 

lUisa cautibus; VI, 691. 

///*7adolis;Vm, 382. 

///ac,- VII, 229. — duxit aquas; 
X,252. — perveniunt; ib. io. 

lUustrat fides; III, 342. 

Illyrica unda; IV, 433. — rupes; 
ib, 452. — Illyricce undae; V, 39. 

lUjrris Epidainnusj II, 624. 

Imago haeret ; X , 72. — plena ; III, 
9. — diurna; VU, 26. — fraterna; 
Vt, 5o3. — pieutisţ VII, 32 1. — sa- 
cra 5 ib. 357. — solis 5 V, 44^. — ter- 
roris; VII, 773. — patrix; I, 186. 

— vana; VII, 8. — Imagine visus; 
III, 38. 

Imbellis Canopos ; X , 64. — po- 
pulus; ib. 54. — puer5 ib. 35 1 , 4^8. 
— - I mbel Ies Siuimi^ V, 322. 

Imber erat; IX, 375. — cruentus ; 
VI, 224. — Imbres Arctoi; IX, 4^2. 

— densi; ib. 320. — biberni^ VIU, 
829. — Imbres Deucalioneos; I, 653. 

— exspectare; IV, 33o. — in largos ; 
ib. 76. — Imbribus vacat; ib. 70. — 
complere ; VI , 466. — eflusis ; III , 70. 

Imbrifera nubes; IX, 455. — Plias; 
Vm, 852. 

Imbuta caede; X, 334* — Imbuti 
şcelere; V, 248. 

Imitantur Vangiones; I, 43o. — 
/r/2ţto^a rogosţ ib. 552. 

i mmacu lata teWus ; II, 736. 

Immanis^ VIII, 599. — Immane 
bcUum; IX, 657. — mcrilum; «^ 



ai8 



IMM 



io4k* -— Immanior boste; I, 4^0. 

Imtnaturavaon-^ Y, 117. 

/mmemor patri»^ rV, aia. — Te- 
tustas; yiI,85o. ^^ Jmmemorem me ; 
III, 2^ —' Immemores pugn»; VII, 
5a5. 

Immensus ignisţ YII, i55. -^Im- 
mensa ccdcs^ ib. 394. —- tox ; ib. 
573. -— unda^ X, 309. — Inunensum 
mare; V, 438. — nomenj VII, 717. 

— opus; I, 68. — pondiu; VI, 739. 

— Immensi xtheris; 1 , 56. — Im- 
mentm ruinxţ UI, ago. — Immen- 
sam lucemţ II, 79. — nubem; ib. 
481 . — Immensum aequor ; 1 , 499* — 
in immensum cedit; II, 663. — Im^ 
menso labore; III, 38 1. — fmmensi 
reccMus; VIII, agi . -«- Immensas for* 
naces; VI, 4o5. — TÎres; I, 4^* — 
Immensos motas'j II, 4o3. — <- Immen^ 
#u dadibus; ib, 139. •— catenis; ib. 
671. •— tractibna; iJb. 63o. 

Immergit ocuHs; VI, 54 1. — ^m- 
mergite pontem; II, 484* 

Immerito; VIII, 8a4. 

Immeritus : immerita Rhodopc; 
VU, 45o. 

Imminet a^er^ VII, 5 16. — rabies; 
I, 666. -^ Heiperia; VIII, a85. — 
arenis; IX, ^^2. — Immineat fori- 
bua;I, agS. 

Immiscet pontus ; II , 664* '•^ /'»- 
mixtum -veoenum ; IV, 320. — Im- 
mixto roboreţ II, 527, -— Immixtce 
grues ; V, 7 1 5. 

Immitis Teutates^ I, 444* — ^^~ 
mites divi; II, 3o4. 

Immitlo : immittit agmen ; VII , 
5a4* — maniis ; ib. Sog. — Immisit 
Lethen ; V, aa i . — prolem ; VI , 4io. 
•— ae; IX, 833. — Immisere rates ; 
VIII, 457. — Immiitam Titana; VI , 
743. -^ orlusj VIII, 3 10. — Immittat 
Eurum; II, 457. — ImmiUere vatennj 
V, ia4. -^ ignem; I, 379. •— Im- 
Tiiitti carinis; X, 49^* ""^ Immissus 
campis ; VII , a 16. — in caput ; VIII , 
643. — - Immissa lampas; VI, l35. 
•— Immissum belliun; II, aSo. •<-' 



IMP 

xquor; II, 616. — ferrum; III, 601. 
— IînmUsi ferri; ib. 674. — Immitaa 
morte; II, aoa. — Jmmisso (erro ^ 
III, 4a6. 

Immobilis Austro; IX, 484* "^ J"*" 
mobile corpus ; VIII , 6ao. 

Jmmodice fucata; X, 137. 

Jmmodicus legibus; VI, 796. — 
Jmmodici dolores ; VIII 1 7 1 • — /w- 
modicce opes; IX, 197. 

Immortua manus; III, 61 3. 

Jmmota coIIuTies; IV, 3i i. — «ec- 
ta; II, 38o. — Immotum caput; IV, 
619. — cadaver; VI, 727. — pon- 
dus; ib. 481. •— Immoto limite; II , 
II. — Immoti tenentur; IX, 489. — 
tripodes; V, 121. — Immotce arens ; 
IX, 437. — paludas; V, 435. — Im- 
moţa limina ; ib. i55. — Immotis ar» 
mis; I, 17a. 

Tmmunis : immune sidas; IX, 542. 

— Immunem artibus; VI, 764. — 
moribus; II, a57. — Immurus dadi- 
bus ; VIII , 704* -~- serpentibna; IX, 
896. — Pictones ; I, 436. 

Impactus. Vid. Impingo. 
Impar caloribus; IX, 507. — ma- 
joribus ; ib. 190. — Tcntis ; VIII , 35. 

— viribus ; II , 607 . -^ Impare Tuitu ; 
VII , 68a. 

Impastce Tolucres; VI , 6a8. 

Impaliens Cereri»; IX , 857. — 
Martis; III, 453. — bomiuum; VII, 
866. — loci; I , ia4. — morae; VI, 
424» — consortis; I, 93. — sacri; ib. 
6i I . — deesse ; VIII , 578. — baercre; 
IX, 371. 

Impedit tenebras; IV, 44?* 

Impello : wiy^e/Ztt cadaver; VIII , 
7a6. — fluctus; III, a3a. — fretum ; 
V, 437. - quod; VI, 36. — terga ; 

VII, 576. — Impulit Argos; X, 60. 

— arma; VII, 16. — animos; VlII , 
454. — hostem; IV, 35. — illum ; 

VIII, 707. -- ire; VII, 747. — Phy- 
cuDta; IX, ^o. — dubiam; V, x46> 

— Agaven ; 1 , 575. -^ Impulerat 
quidquid; IV, 67. — nubila; I , a35. 
-^ JmpelUte urhesj IX, 91.— •''»" 



IMP 

puUrifpo^uium^ I, 69. — Impellere 
aciem; V, 767. — cui-sum; V, 4>' — 
in arma ^ VII, 718. — minasj V, io8. 

— Impellens quidquid^ I, 149. — 
ImpelUuir ilex ; UI , 44(>* — RuLicoo ^ 
I, ai 3. — ImpelU auris; ib, i33. — 
ImpuUus aquis; II, 4^^* — Impulsa 
glarea; IV, 3oa. — Tethys; VI, 479. 

— metu; III, 389. — ImpuUum ro»- 
tris{ n, 70a. — Impulsi xtkeris; I, 
i5a. — belii; V, 33o. — muri^ VI, 
380. — poli; ih, 4^4» — ImpulscB 
carinxj III, 537. — impulsa castrat 
IV, ^. 

Impendet mari ; IV, 4^5. — 
Impendo TOCa; V, 49'' — Impen- 
das aera; IV, iia. — Impendere vi- 
tara; II, 38a. — Impendisse lacrimas; 
VII, 617. — Impensa «tas; II, 569. 
Imperfecto gyro; IV, 79. 
Imperiosa carmina ; VI , 49B« 
Imperium sequitur; V, a7, — Bo- 
maomu; VIII, 799. — hoc; VII, 
736. — abstulit ; X , 44* "— commuoe ; 
IV, 6. — iraximus ; 1 , 375. — Imperii 
color; IX, 307. — cm or; VII, 579. 

— decus; ib, 588 : IX, 747. — fa- 
tum; X, 4jf 1. — mai'efttas; VII, 378. 

— nomen; V, 390. — suprema; ib. 
aoi. — //n^nosuperstes; VIII, ag. 
' — Imperiis păruit; IU, 438. 

Xmpero : imperat suliici ; VIII ,741. 

— conscendere; IV, 34* — laxari; II, 
517. — Imperet hoc; VIII, 84a. — 
uter; II, 61. — Imperare eiisiLu#; 

V, 367. 

Impeto : impetis Scorpion ; VI , 
3^ — Impetit tehim; ib, aa3. 

Impetus est illis ; IV, 76a. — ameos; 
ib, 379. — coegit; IX, io56. — fu- 
g«; I, 491- — furoris; II, 110. 

Impexa comx; VI, 5 18. 

Jmpiger Astur; IV, 8. — ductor ; 
I, 229. — Cephissos; III, 174. — ad 
l«tura; IV, 798. 

Impingp : impegit popuJos ; VI, 
406. — te; V, 697. — Impactum 
breTÎbus; IX, 338. — robur; VI, 
J37. •— Impactceforcăj V, 209. 



IMP 219 

Impius Aloeus; VI, 4'*^* ""* P^^or; 
ib, 1 5 T . — puer ; VIII , 679. — socer; 
ib. 783. — Impia} IX, 71.— nupsi ; 

VIII, 96. — plebea; VII, 760. — 
proles; VIII, 284. — Thessalis; VI, 
604. — soror; X , 357. — turba ; III , 
666. — Impia arma; VI, 781 : VII, 
196. — bella; VII, 171 : I, 691. — 
carmina; VI, 44^* ~" ^o* > VII, 
838 : X, 475. 

Implere os; IX, 760. — - fossas; 
Vn, 326 : Vm, 378. -^ parentem ; 
vVIII, 409* — penates; V, 537- — 
pharetras; VII, i4a. — stagnum; VI, 
346. — sulcos ; IV, 554. — veste» ; 

IX, 60. — - agros; VII, 4oi. — Im- 
ple^fiţ mentes; ib. 754* — se lumine ; 
IX, ia. —Atlanta; I, 555. — visus; 
IX, 987. — Implerttnt lerras; I, 5a5. 

— ImpleU pharetras; VIII, a 20. —- 
Impleal campos ; 1 , 39. •— Impietară 
penates ; II , 33a. — Implentur cobor- 
tes; 1, 3o5. — Implenda spes; VII, 688. 

Implifiitat vias; VUI , 5. — cobor- 
tes; III, 432. — Implidtis membris ; 

IU, 695. 

Imploratus adest ; X , a 35. 

Implumes nati; IX, 9o3. 

Itnpono : imposuit modum ; X , 1 73 . 

— caput; VI, 711 ; VUI, 147. — 
nomina; IU, a74- — orbi; X, 377. 

— fatum; V, 4^- — robora; IV, 140. 

— ora; U, 134 : ib. 170. — Impo- 
suere orbes; X, i45. — Imponere 
flammas; VI, 5a5. — castra; ib, 2. 

— iioem; VIII , 785. — humeris ; VI , 
a5a. — terrae; V, 676. — nwndo ; IU, 
393. — Impositis saxis; UI, 49^* 

Imprima : impresnt dentes ; IX , 
806. — Impressce eziivis; ib. 176. 

Improbus vector; VI, 391. — //"- 
probe f I, 334. — puer; \111, 557. 

— Improha fibra ; 1 , 629. — spes ; 
VI, 29: V, i3o. — Impnoba voU; 
ib, 277. 

Impulsus^ VI , 123. — ImpuUu im- 
bruim; IV, 33 1 . — ventorum ; IU , 47 1 • 

Impune, IV, 779 : VIII, 493, 496: 
IX, 8o3. — vix £ercs; I, 289. -^ 1«- 



aao 



IN 



IN 



•osj III, 447* "^ adpariiitţ I, 626. — 
spectare^ IX, 636. 

Impurus^YJll, 552. — rex;IX, i3o. 

Impuut armis ; VIII , 658 : VII, 3a5. 

Imus xther ; IX , 8. -r— Olympus ţ 

VI, 341. — Ima arena ţ VIII, 8îio. 

— par§; IV, 106. ^- te]lu8 j IX, 470. 

— Ima puppe J III , 618. — Imo tem- 
ploy t6. i55. — Ima pelagi; V, 4^6. 

— viscera; IX, 71. — moliri; III, 
489. — teliuris^ II, 270. — petit; IV, 
127. — Imas per -valles; I, ai5. — 
/mii permiscuit ; III , i38. 

In absentem; V, 3 19. -^ xquor; 
VIII, 34» — aerajX, l\i. — xvum; 

VII, l3l : ib. 640. — agmen ; IV, 
766. — ampiexus; ib. 176. — amnes; 
VI, 36o. — arma ; IX, 227 :X, 53o: 

VI, 4o6. — artus desaevit; VI, 54o. 

— artus; IV, 643 : ib. 65o. — Asiam 
abit; IX, 417- — astra; V, 625. — 
auxilium ; X , 5o5. — axem ; VII , 

4^^. — bella;X,492 : IX, 24^' 

VII, 295 : V, 253. — Boreau; IX, 
695. — c«de8; VIII, 600. — Can- 
ci*um; X, 288. — caput; VII, 529: 

VIII , 96 : IX , 7 1 9. — casum ; VI , 7. 

— casus; VII, 239 : V, 487. — ca- 
veruas ; V, i35. — cautes dedit; 

IX, 655. — cibos; VI, m. — cine- 
res; ib, 537 : IX , 160. — clades; VI , 
284* — culmina ; ib. 28. — > curaulos ; 
V, 644' — cuneos; VII , 497- — De- 
os; ib. 725. — diem ; ib. 256. . — en- 
ses; ib. 669. — eventus^ V, 68. ■— fa- 
ciera; IV, 253. — famam et saecula; 

X, 533. — iamulos; ib. 464. — fas- 
tos \ V, 399. — fata ; ib. 683 : VII , 
7 18. — feras ; VII , 84q. — fila ; IX , 
838. — fluctum ; V, 648. — fluctus ; 
Vm, 589 : V, 606. —formam; VI, 
4o3. — haustus; IV, 3ii. — gene- 
rura ; IX , 1 026. — boslem ; VI , 292 : 
IV, 270: VII, 23 1. — hoste; ib. 801. 
— ignes; V, 525. — jugulum; X, 
394, 409- — jugulos; IV, 8a 1. — le- 
ges; IX, 267. — litus; ib. 22. — li- 
tora; VIII, 4^ - ib. 64 1- — puppim ; 
ib. i33. — lucvm; V, 180. — Ma- 



gnura; VIII,5i2. — mare; VI, 77.— 
medium; IV, 491 : V, 46: VII, 366: 
IV, i55. — membra; VIII, 3i5. — 
mentes; V, 727. — monsti*a;X, 337. 

— moras; V, 4' o* — more8;X, 4o4* 

— murmura ; VIII , 682. — mu ros ; 
IX, 297. — nefas; V, 272 : IV, 243. 

— nomen; VI, 375. — omnes; VII , 
543. — omnia; X, 461. — opes; IX, 



I, 36i : ib. 370 : ib. 336 : V, 7^ 
pugnam ; VI , 12. — reges; V, l 
-. regnum; VU, 643 : VI, 53. — 
ritus; VI, 509. — robur; V, 72a. — 
scelus; X, 343. — se; I, 81. — sae- 
cuJa; V, 621 : VI, 697 : VII, 208. 

— segetem; VI, 110. — somnos;X, 
5o6. — sumptus; VII, 753. -^ Supe- 
ros; VI, 497- — terras; VIU, 439 : 

VI, 61 : IV, 391 : V, 2. — ter^a; V, 
143. — usus; IX, 9o5. — thalamos; 

VIII, 88. — ventum; VI, 472. — 
ventos; V, 49» • IX, 149. — victos; 

VII, 3i3. -— vi8cera;IX, io52 : V, 
175. — vocem; VII, 609. — vulnus ; 
VI, 222. — r vulnera; VII, 6o3. — 
vuUus; VI, 96 : IX, 172 i ib. 674. — 
Zephyros; IV, 4o5. — vicem; VII, 1 77 : 

I , 61 . — aquore ; VIII , 862. — anima; 
V, 685. — ara; VII, 777. — arce; 

IV, 697, — aris; VI, 559- — armis; 

V, 345. — arvis; IV, 582 : X, i3o. 

— bello;VI, 328. ■— Caesare;VII, 
776. — casu boc; IV, 469. — dadi- 
bus; VIII, 546. -^ coetu, motuque; 

IX, 225. — dente; ib. 61 5. — ense; 

II , 265. — fluctibus ; V, 644* — fron- 
te ; II, 4^3. — limine ckuso; X, 4%- 

— litore; VIII, 243. — luce; X, 43i. 
Mq«.»» • VTT 335, 



— iiiore; v 111, 240. — luce; ^v, ^^i. 

— Mar te; VII, 335. — nocte; X, 
425. — nubibus; V, 629 : IV, 33 1. 



INC 

— ocults; VII , 154. — orbe; IV, 386. 

— pallore; VII , 200. — partibus; V, 
^4* — pectore; VII, 776. — plebe ; 

VI, i44- — tellure ; IV, 6o5. — tem- 
pore j ib. t^']*j, — sanguioe; V, aoa : 

VII, 6o5. — solstitiis; X, 298. — 
strage; IV, 797. — vultuj VI, 169. 

— uUo; IX, 595. — undis; IV, 634: 
ib. 696 : V, 289. — U8U ; VI , 56i. 

InachicB undx^IV, 634* 
__ 7/iaiti5 ambitio; X, i56. — Inane 
cbaos; IX, 101. — nomen; V, 389 : 
II, 34^2. — Inanem pontiim; ib, 718. 
'^Inanem umbram; ih, 3o3. — per 
inane Erebi; VI, 73i. — Inani ter- 
rorej I, 4^* — spatio j III, 363. — 
Inanes fletiisţ IV, i83. — lacertij V, 
375. — telluris sinus; III, 4^* — 
Inania caii, IX , 473. — templi; V, 
171. — jura; II, 3 16. — per inania ; 
IX, 107. 

Inarata Hesperia ; 1 , 28. 

Inarimes moles; V, lo4« 

Incalescitvirtas'fYl, ^^o. — /«- 
caluit ensis^ VII, i46. — sauguis; II, 
558. 

Inciissum y'lYf a8i. — eat; II, 263. 

Incautus hostis; IV, 719. — 7»- 
qautce teoebrx; V, 5oo. 

Incedere castris^ I, 478. 

Incendia fluerent; I, 656. — ra- 
puere; III, 684* — rapiens; ib. 5oi. 

— fulgere^ ib. ^^o. 

Incendo : incendii animos; IX, 407. 

— cauda ; 1 , 659. — viscera 5 IX , 742. 

— Incendere diem ; IV, 68. — Incen- 
dere mentem; X , i48. — Incensus dies ; 
IX, 499> — Xncensa yirtus; III ,484* 

— ora; X, a33. 

Jncertus xstus; V, 485. — arcuş; 
VIII, 373. — cursus; X,46o. — 
delphio; V, 552. — tumultus; IV, 
753. — aer ; ib. 49. — qua daret j ib. 
468. — quo vocet; VI, 81 5. — quo 
fiueret ; III , 589. — Incerţi Dei j II , 
593. — Incerta fors; ib. 12. — For- 
tuna; VII, 488. — xnors; VIII, 297. 
— • umbra ; IV, 725. — Incertum mur- 
mur; IX, ioo8. — pectus; VIII,|66. 



INC 



221 



— est, an; V, 570. — quod i^omen 
sit; III, 258. — - est, quam ; IX , io3. 

— stridere; VI, 623. — Incerţi ^ro~ 
fundi ; II , 57 1 . — Incerto moVu ; I , 
643. — jure mundi; V, 226. — In- 
cerţi casus; ib. 66. — ictus; VII, 129. 

— qua petant; I, 49^- — Incertăs 
manus;III, 692. — Incerta fata;IVy 
2 15. — aquora ; V, 566. — fulmina ; 
X, 206. — vestigia; VIII, 4* — ^'»- 
eerta fremit; I, 353. 

Incesso : incessit super fretum; II , 
675. — Incessere fatum; VIII, 64. 

Ineesla facies; IX, io5. — Ptole- 
mais ; X , 69. — soror; VIII, 693. — 
Incestum pectus; X, 362. * 

Inchoat producere ; X , 1 74.- 

Incidit fluctibus; IX , 33o. 

Incipit pendere; VIII, 490* — ^^^ 
cipe sequi; ib. 80. 

Inclinant fata ; III, 752. 

Includo : includis manes ; VIII, 
797. — Inctudit populos; III, 268. 

— Includere bostem; IV, 263. — In- 
clusisse volunt j III , 369. — Inclusum 
numen; V, 87 : VI, 253. — fulmen; 
VIII, 864. 

Inclyta Genabos; I, 44o» 

Incognita libertas; VII, 436. — 
verba; VI, 577. — men8is;i6. 116. 

Incola docuit; IV, 592. — Pbryx; 
I^» 976. — rarus; VIII, 252. 

încolo : incolit busta; VI, 5l2. — 
terras; IX, 892. — Incolitis nemora; 
I, 454. — Incoluit moenia; I, 586. 

Incolumis remeabat; III, 702. 

Inconcussa sidera; Iţ, 268. — ves- 
tigia ; ib. 248. 

Incondita corpora ; VI , 1 o i . 

Inconstantia veris; V, ^l5. 

Inconsulta turba ; 1 , 498. 

Incoquo : incoxit rores; IX, 699. 
— Incoctas medullx; VI, 546. 

Incrementa lunaria ; X , 216. — flu- 
vii; IV, 139. 

Increpilans ; VII y 606. 

Increpo : increpet sonus; IX^ 288. 

Increscere genis; II, 376. — capiii; 
I, 627. 



233 



IND 



IncuhatmatlvLm^ H, 37. 

Inculcată Tirisj IX, ogS. 

Inculta juventns; V, 5i. "^Ineulto 
«quo; IV, 678. — Inculţi Garaman- 
ies;TXy 5i3. 

Incumbere flu-vio; X, a4^* '*" g^^" 
dils; IV, 278, 5oo. — tnensx; X, 
41^4* — mundo y IV, 69. — ripi» ; ib. 
367. — Incumhit galeis; VII, 178. — 
laterij III, 648. — -/ncumiu/itflatus; 
IV, 4*4- — Incubuit adyto^ V, 85. 
' — rupibus; I, Sgo. — in oras; III , 
94. ^-in pedilesj IV, 770. — MagnO) 
""^fTXi, 727. — membrisj VI, 565. — 
pappibua; V, 718. — ignis^ X, 497* 
— * in silvas ; III , 4o9* — Incumbe 
toris ţ X , 353. — Incumbat tibi * 
VIII, 393. — Tentus; V, 4 '9* — 
Incubuisse viro; IX, 57. — Incum- 
bens auster 5 UI, 2. — pontus; II, 436. 
Incurro : incurrunt frătribus ; IV, 
563. "^ Incurrere iu Bactra ; VIII, 
422. ^-Incurrens slderibus; VI, l\ii, 
Incursus est illisj IV, 762. — belii j 
IV, 409- — Martis; VI, 269. — pec- 
toris; ib. 161. — sangoinis; VII, 700. 
— Incursu labare ; ib, 522. — Incur- 
sus timet^ X, 444* 

Incus : incudibus iucaluit ţ VII , 
i46. 
Incuso : incusat litus; VIII, 566. 
Incussus ariesţ III, 491* 
Incustodiii amnesţ IV, 366. 
Indago Tasta; VI, 4^. 
înde; IV, 471 : V, 397, 4o3 : VI , 
93, 285 : VII, 341, 535 : VIU, 181 : 
IX, 118. — etiam^ X, 228.- — răpit; 1 
VIII, 745. — favel; IV, 707.— fuitj 
VII, 23o. — prodistis; ib. 23 1. — 
bine; IX, 377. — Înde ; VII, 5o2. 

— ubi; IV, 283. 
Indespecta Tobis; VI, 748. 
India nou horret; VII, 4^8. 
Indico : indixit uefas; U* 4* 
Indigenas populos; II, 4^2. 
Indigetes Deos ; 1 , 556. 
Indignor : indignaris obsistere; X , 

319. — Indignatur timere;X, 444- 

— Indignatus praestarej VIII, 61 5. 



INE 

— Indignata servire; V, 184. .■~••g»- 
t*^e;I,79. 

Indignus tbalamis ; VIII , 95. <— In- 
digna parente j VI , 4^0. — adscen.*- 
disse; IX, b5.—^Indignce ruin»; II , 
731. — Indignam est j VII, 74* "^^ 
erai (cos); X, 406. — tibi fuit; ib, 
1 02 . — Indigna Mausolea ; VIII , 697. 

Indigus : indiga Jovis ; VIII , 44^* 
— juventus; IX, 591. — merda; 

vru, 446. -* serviţii; IX, 254. 

Indiscretus arenis; IX, 715. 

Indocilis loqui; V, 539. 

Indole tanta; IV, 814. 

Indomitus bcUis; VIII, 364- —mî- 
les; V, 309. — ferre; I, i46. — /»- 
domita ccrvix ; IX , 38o. — Indomi- 
tum farorem; III, 3o4. — regem; 
II, 58i. — Falemnm; X, i63. — -> 
caput; II, 52. — //rdaniite* animi ; IX, ^ 
95. — Tiri; IV, 4o5. — Indomiiow 
populos; ÎV, 146. 

Inducere molas; I, 610. — In- 
duxisse togam; II, 387. — Inducta 
salix; IV, i32. 

Indulgere castris; IV, 664* — «no- 
r«; V, 733. — Indulgens poptilo; ib» 
383. — orbis regno; VII, 54. 

Induo : induii vultnre; VII, 834- 

— arma; I, 136. — Induitur cnltos ; 
VI, 655. — Indutus amictus; VIII, a4o. 

Induruit artas ; IV, 63 1. 

Indus (fluyius) seotit; III, 236. 

Indus : Indo concolor; IV, 679.— 
Indi ; IX , 5i 8. — Indomm sangnis ; 
X , 33. — Indos cum Gadibns; ib. 457. 

— Inda testudo; X, 120. - — Indum 
litus; VIII, 343. 

Inermis populus ; VIII , SaS. -^ 
vita ; IV, 357 . — Inermes hostes ; IV, 
208. — quo reniatis; III, 335. 

Iners aer; VI, 649. — Bosporos; 

V, 436. — berba; ib. ^o^. — mun- 
dus; III, 322. — turba; VI, 4» 9* — 
caelum; ib. 89. — regniim; ii. 799, 
— Tulgus; V, 365. — Inertes und« ; 

VI, 107. — Inerţia xquora; V, 448- 
Inexpertum profundurn ; V, 486. — 

Inexpertce berbx; IV, 555. 



INF 

Inexpleto btisto; II, 176. 

Infami* IvLcusj yu, 438. 

Jnfandus milt*^ VII, 763. -^ rex^ 
"VIII, 597. — MDgiiis^ VI, 307. — 
tjraDDus^ VIII , 687. — Infanda noxj 
X,io6. — vox;IX, 101 3. — Infan- 
dum carmen j VI, 682. — ferrumj 
II, 148. — murmur; VI, 44^« — 
Infanda litora ^ VIII, 56i. — passu- 
r»; V, 307. 

Infans imposuit J VI , 710. — lusit ^ 
IX, ^8. -^ parrus; i&. 899. — suua^ 
I, 503. — Infantit miseri^ II, 107. 

Infaustus comct j VIII ,717.— //»- 

fausti sanguinis; V, 474» — Infausta 

carina; ib, 789. — suboles; VI, 789. 

— Infaustis flaramis; I, 591. 
Infelix ,• VIU , SaS. — geuitor ; 

ra, 7a7. — Magnus^ VIU, 648. — 
Infelix aciesţ VII, 217. — anima; 
VI, 73a. ^ conjux; VIU, 89 : ib. 
74^: IX, 277. — - fabula; VIU, 407. 

— jureiitus ,• X , 1 33. — • Medusa 5 IX , 
636. — tcUns; VII, 847. — capu»; 
ib. 674. 

Inferias dabit; X, 392. — pendit; 

U, 175. — Inferiis excitet*; IV, 789. 

Infemus : inferna domus; V, 628. 

— quies; VI, 781. — Infernum ne- 
fas; VII, 170. — Inftmi maris; II, 
400. — Inferni Dii; I, 634» — /«- 

fernasrenx'j IX, 356. ' 

Infero : inferi flamma»; VII, 77a. 

— Intttlit cladem ; 1 , 47 ' • — **?** î 
ib. 161. — igoi; IX, 178. — plura; 
ib. 198. — astra Thyest»; VII, 452. 

— a«r tectis; X, 58. ^-^Inferre clasaes; 
ib. 36. — faciem; IV, 164. -^parant; 
IX, 40®' "^ Inferri suiş; X, 12. — 
Illatus mmido; VI, 760. *-^ Illata 
«arin» ; V, 8oi . — Illato litore ; IX , 
3a3. 

Inferus : infera monstra ; VU, 783. 
^^ Inferior gloria; IV, 480» 

Infestus Cxsar; VIII, l45. — vul- 
tt» ; V, 296. — Infestam ferrum ; 

VII, 323. — Infesto leto; II, 198.— 
InfuUB classes ; V, 44^- — dextrae; 

VIII, 149. — Infesta signa ; III, 



ING 



2123 



33o. — uumina ; V, 233. — Infestis 
signis; I, 6. 

Injicit mara; V, 564- — ora ; ib. 
214. — Infecta herba; VU, 85i. — 
bella; IV, 736. — viscera; I, 619. 

Inftdus ducibus; IV, 698. -^ Juba ; 
VIU, 443. — Infida Porluua; VII , 
685. — tellus; I, 647» '" ^'^jft^'t'n 
caput; V, 36 1. 

Injftma litora; VUI, 464. 

iNFiNiTivvs pro indicativa^ IV, 
624:V, 45i. 

Infirma Cornelia ; V, 759. — /n- 
Jirmum Inmen; ib. 545. 

Infodit auimas; VI, 53o. 

Informis globus; IX, 801. -^ //i~ 
fomns facies; VI, 225. — Informes 
trunci; II, 189.—- Informia regna; 
II, 7. •— simulacra; III, 4* 3. 

Infremuit murmur ; 1 , 210. 

Infula candida; V, 44'*""^ ditcur- 
rit; II, 355. 

Infundo : inf undit arenas; IV, 616. 

— Infudit in orbem; IX, 5o2. — 
murmura ; VI, 568. — Infudere cin- 
namon; X, 166. -^ epulas; ib. i55. 

— cruorem; IV, 568. — Infundere 
aconita; ib. 323. — ^ fletos; IX, 59. 

— Infusum "venenum ; VIII, 691. -^ 
Infusis ven^nis; I, 648. 

Ingemuit,' VII, 85: VUI, i53.— 
Ingemuisse eampoă; VU, 768. 

Ingens gurges; VIU, 290. -^Ocea- 
nus; I, 410. • — exaul; II, 73u. — /it- 
gens Ennny s ; 1 , 5 7 2 . — * Haemorrhois f 
IX, 709. — nox; VII, 571. — pugna; 

IX, 924» — vis; IU, 62. '■^ Ingens 
meritum ; IX , 885. •^-^ Ingtntis fati ^ 

X, 384* — Ingentem usum; III, 719. 

— In genţi ar cu; IV, i5. -— tomuitu ^ 
I,.3o3. — mole; IU, ii5. — ictu j 
ii. 469. — ab ira ; U , 86. -^ tub 
pondere; ib. 188. — Ingentes animi ; 
VII, 679 : Vm, 28, a66. —eumuli; 
IX, 485. — tauri; ib. 731. — ruinae^ 
VII, 5o5. — motus; I, 184- — /«- 
gentia dona; X, 107. — auai; VI, 
796. — saxa; 1 , 25 : IU, 5o6. -— poa- 
dera; II, 5o5. 



224 ' INN 

Ingero : ingeris ictus; VIII, 645. 

— Jngerit Emathiam; VII, 799. — 
numen ; V, 1 65. — Ingeret se fortuna; 
II , a63. — Ingessit querelas j V, 681 . 

— Ingeret vocesj VIII, 433. — /»- 
gerere tela J VI , a3a. -— Jngesla cine« 
rem; II, 336. — Ingestum îulf^ur ^ 
VII, 157. — solum^ VI, 56. — //i- 
gesta Tartara ; VII , 785. 

Ingigno : ingenuii rupibns; VI, 439. 

Ingrate^ VII, 76. 

Ingratus judex^ V, agi. — Ingra- 
tce querelae; V, 681. 

IngrediturUMv'mm'y II, 5o3. — In- 
grediar arenas; IX, 395. — Ingres- 
sus aequor; IV, 4^6. — Ingressum 
ver; X, 224* -^ Ingressis supersunt; 
IX, 866. — Ingressurus atenas ^ ib. 

378. 

Inguina distendit ^ IV, 628. — des- 
tillant; IX, 772. 

Inhibent puppes \ III , 659. 

Inhospita litora ; I ^ 367. 

Inhumatum funus; VII, 820. — 
înhumaţi manes; IX, i5i. 

Inimica arma; V, 661. — consiliis; 

IV, 349. 

Iniqnus sol ; VII , 866. — victor ; 

VII, 40: IX, 139. — Iniqua Aulis; 

' V, 236. — Iniquce Junouis; I, 576. 

— mortis; VI, 724* — Iniquum cae- 
lum; X, a3o. — ^ fatum 5 i6. 452. — 
sidus; ib. 35. — /m'^uo pelago delatus; 
II, 88. — Iniqui soles; V, 25. — Ini- 
qua vote; VII, Ii3. — Iniquis re- 
bus; III, 147 • 

Inire jus; X, 97. 
Injectare manum; III, 61 1 . 
Injicio : injecii brachia; VI, 640. 

— Injecisse manum; III , 242. 
Injuria fatij VIII, 763 ; IX, i43. 
Injussus puer; VII , 37. — Injussa 

tela; VI, 78. 

Injusta regnorum; V, 258. 

Innascor : innata aequoribus; VI, 
677. 

Innatat nnday IX, 3 18. 

//i/icctcrc fraudes ; IV, 44^* , — v*o- 
culaj II, 670. 



INS 

Innixaurmsk'y III, 475. 

Innocuusf IV, 384- — Innocuax- 
tas; VIII , 45o. — Innocui yiu; IX, 
8. — rictus; ib, 845. — Innocua 
grandine; III, 483. 

Innoxia a morsu; IX, 892. — nu- 
miua; ii. 727. 

Innubo: innupsit Cornelia; III, 23. 

Innubus : innuba Fallas; IX, 665. 

Innumera effigies; VII, 10. — 7»- 
numerum examen; VII, i6i. — mis- 
sile; VII , 4^5. — Innumeri casus ; V, 
447» — mundi; VI, 696. — Innu^ 
merce conjuges ; VIII , 399. — gentes; 

III , 32 1 . — manus ; IV, 537 • — nior- 
tes ; VII ,618. — voces ; III, 54o. — 
urbes; VII, 36 1, — Innumeras lin- 
guas; I, 472. — pt^pes; III, 16. — 
manus; II, 120. 

Inocciduus axis y VIII, 175. 

Inoffensa meta; VIU, 201. 

Inops juris; V, 398. — senecta; ef. 
535. — Inopem simulare; VIII, a4i. 
-^Inopes râmi; IX, 366. -— undae ; 

IV, 264, 292. —teii; IU, 676. 
Inquinal facinus; V, 290. 
Inquio : inquitf VIII, 4B5 : IX, 

190, 5o5, 55o : X, 352. 

Inquire in fata; IX, 558. 

J/i^oTia fames ; VII, 4^3. 

Inscius^T%.f 974* 

Inscripsit nomen; VIU, 792. 

Insculptum adytis ; X , 1 80. 

Insequeris quid; V, 3i5. — Inse- 
quitur armalurai ^ VII, 5o2. 

Inserit uncos ; III , 635. — Inse- 
ruit manus; IX, 4^3. — se astris 
VI, 4x1 • — *cla; IX, 1072. — Inse- 
ret hxc\ ib. 572. — Insereret umbras 
VI, 5o4. — Inseruisse matius; VUI 
552 : UI, 3oo. — moras; VI, 609 
— Insertus manibus; ib. 5^y. — la- 
queis; ib, 638. — Inserta medullis; 
IX , 93o. — terris; V, 93. — Insertis 
pedibus; IV, 628. 

Insidice valuere; IX ,^ 99. — Inşi- 
dias cunctas; X, 4^3. 

Insido : insedit collem; VI, 17. 

Insignia aula ; VIU , 239. — • 



INS 

doniy I, 357. — Magni^ IX, 175. 

insignis titulis; YIII, 78. 

Insiiuit pnppim; III, 626. — cari- 
nis; X, Soy. — puppi; IX , aSa. 

Insistere ramisj III, 407* 

Insolitus ductus j IV, i^i^. — tor- 
por ^ IX , 648. — Insolita corona ; I , 
3a I . — Insolita; mortes j IX , 736. 

Insomnis ^ V, 806. — dexu^ IV, 
55a. — Insomnis noxj ib, aoo. — 
Insomni cura; II, a 39. 

Insonuere tubae; I, 578. 

Insopitus drăcos IX, 357. 

Inspicit giadioa; VII, 56o. ^^In- 
spicitur y'mua] IX , 595. 

Inspiravit animas; VII, 769. 

Inspuit herbis osţ VI, 683. 

Instabilis ; IX , 4^^* — gressus ^ 
V, 556. — Tyrosj III, 217. — In- 
stabiles TuroDas; I, 4^7* 

Instar patriae; VI1I| a63. — nu- 
minis; I, 199. — templi; X, ili.-^ 
vocisj VII, 571. 

Instaurat praelia; III, 61 5. 

Instincta furore; V, i5o. 

Instituere meDS&s'y IV, 198. 

Insto:instat nolentiLus; V, 3i5. -— 
atrox; n, 658. — hora; V, 8i5. — 
-cedentibus ; II , 469* — Instant cas- 
trisj V, 724. — Instabat dies; ib. 5. 
— Instabil ceruchis; VIII, 177. — 
Instent si cominus; VII, 106. — In- 
stare favorit I, i48. — Instantia vi- 
torejlV, 5i5. 

Instrumenta belii; X, 40^** — r®~ 
qniris^ IX, 70. 

■ Instruo : instruit carinam; VUI, 
54î». — arte»; VI, 4^^' — Instruere 
acies; IV, 711. 

Insuetus honor; VIII, 537. — ^''~ 
şueta quies; V, 807. — Insuetum 
pectus; ib, i63. 

Insula exciperet ; II , 6 1 7 . — jacet ; 
VIII, 118. — iobilis; III, 65. — 
stetit; X, 509. 

Insultant pediles tergo; X, 538. 

Insum : inest robur; V, 18. —bor- 
ror; III, 4ii- — pallor; V, ai6. — 
spiriţus; IV, 643. — Inerat sanguis; 
//. Pars altera. 



INT 



2a5 



II, 338. — vi» ferro; IU,, 464. 

Insurgere cselo; V, 704. 

Intactus censu»; III, i56. ~— In» 
tacta silva; ib. 437. — Intactum ros- 
tris; IX, 80a. 

Intendo : intendit Zepbyros; V, 
569. — Intendite arcuş; VIII, aax. 
'^ Intenâere fugain; IV, a6a. — //i- 
tentus genero; IX, 95a. — jngulo; . 

VII, 593. — păci; III, 53. — spiri- 
tu» j IX, 473. — Intenta vicinia ; VIII, 
568. -^Intenti {ugulis; IV, 486. 

Inter enses; IV, 779. — fata; V, 
189. — mann»; VIII, 661. — mari- 
tos; X, 358. — - membra; IX , 846. -— • 
mensas ; IV, a45. — tot millia; IV, 
470. — millia ; ib, 5 13. — montes ; X , 
3a8. — nuru»; VIII, 4oi. — peste»; 
IX, 734, 787. — fortunam casusque; 
IV, 34a. — pr»lia;X, l85. — quos; 

VIII, 475. — -terra»; IX, 6. — um- 
bras; VI, 79a. 

Intercipit partem; IX, 344* """ ^'*" 
terceptus aquis; III, 641. — Inter- 
cepta mann; I, ix4* 

Interea^ V, 387 : VIII, 771 : IX, 
167, aj8. 

Interficit ictu.; IV, 547» 

Interius recepit ; VI , a88. 

Intermanet agriş ; VI , 47* 

Intermissa classica; V, a45. 

Interpositce ^xmmx] VII, 8o5. 

Interritus ; II, 5a i. 

Interruptus amni»; II, aiSu — /rz- 
terrupta terra ^ IX, 335. 

Intexta domus; V, 517. 

Intimus humor; VI, 537. — Inti" 
ma viscera ; VIII , 84^* 

Intono : intonuit axis; V, 633. 

Intonsos caaos; II, 375. 

Intra claustra; VI , a64. — pectora; 
IV, 648. — penates ; X, 453. — t«n- 
toria; V, a4i ' VI, 829. 

Intrepidusj V, 658 : VI , a 19 : X, 1 5. 
— spectator; II, 307. — vuîtu; V, 317. 

Inlro : intrabit Romam; VII , 70a. 
— Intraret aquas; IX, 1007. — /n- 
trare por tas j II , 44^* — por tu»; 
Vm, i45. 

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226 



INV 



Intutnuit ; VIII , ^88. — aequor ; 

VI, 470. — uliu»; U , 398. — /«Itt- 
muer€ tori; IV, 63 !• 

Intus ; VI , 646. 

Inultus Magnus; X , Sag. — Inulta 
umbra j I, 1 1,'^'Inultum est; V, a6o. 

Inumkrat »q«or ^ IV, 4^6. 

Jnundetcamfos;YV, 116. 

Imustus RXMj IX, 852. — InusUB 
medalia I VII, 787. 

Int^adit manum; IX, 83o. — Ari- 
minum ; I , a3 1. — Inwadunt clipeos ; 
ib. a4^' — Invasit domum; X , 355. 
— ^fata^ IX, 410. •— fernim; ih» i^. 
-*^ Invadite me ferro; II, 3i5. 

InvaUda caiisa f VII , 67 . — ^puppis ; 
V, 673. *-« InvaUdcei flamm» j VIII, 
776. — ^ maDua; V, 275. 

iMvehii aBoleni ; III , 537. — Inwec^ 
^CapkoHa^ VUI, 534. 

Im^enii arma^ 111,671. ' — bella; 
X,4ii* — comitem; IX, iio5. — 
iHibeaţ-IV^ 6a. -^ ynlonsf III, 582. 

— fibia»; VI , 63i. i-^ cauaas; I, 266. 

— muros ; VI , a8o. — ■ noi ducea ^ 
IV, 35o.— scebia; VIU, 868. — ar- 
lus; III, 732. — te, Appi; V, i88.-*» 
Deos; III, 126. — undaa; V, 4o8. — 
quibus ovA Bolyatj V, i4o. — Inve- 
nere viam; I, 34* "~" pwidera^ VII , 
75a. — ihvenies nomina; IX, io3o. 

— paratum; X, 396. — Jnueniet 
classes^lX, gS. — finem; I, 333. — 
Inx^rUenZ manum ; V, 326. •— Invc-^ 
niat cineres; VIII^ 774* — Inyentus 
fonsj IX, 607. -^ Inventa manus; 

VII , 475. .— Victima j ib. 167. — i»- 
venla vota; V, 45 !• 

InvtrUret omos; VI, 390* — In- 
versa pbasetus; V, 5 18. 

Inuia^-liX-f 386. — seded^ ib. 307. 

— apva; VIIl,l63. 
Invicem ,* VII , 1 77 : 1 , 61 . 

., InvicUţs Cafo; IX, 18. — dux; V, 
324 : Xj 346. — robore; IV, 608. 
r**- Invietfie urbi; III, 334. — InvicU 
fluctua ;X, 322. 

. Invideo } ungere; II , 55l . ^^Invi^ 
det miseris; VII, 798. — InvidU Nilo; 



IPS 

X, 278. — Invisus tjraimua; IX, 
279. — Invisa lux; IV, 276. — tellus; 
VIU, 840. — germana; IX, 1069. 

— /nmi<(7i somen ; VII, 120.— In- 
visi sanguinis; II, 77. —Invisi venti; 

IX, 77. •— Intnste umbr»; IV, 788. 

— Invisas partea; II, 229. — Invisis 
gentibus; 1,9. — Invisa claustra; 
VI, 721. — regna; VIII, 49»- — de- 
creta; I, 4^3. 

Invidia Deorum; IV, 244» -^ I^*~ 
um ; IX , 66. — fam» ; ib, 98a. — /h- 
f/tJm/Tz factura ; II, 36. — ^suamcomr 
modat ; I^ 84* — Invidia tangeria ; IX , 
loSa. — caret I ib, 740. — ceperat; 

X, 43. — mea; VII, 269. 
Invidiosus eT&t ănXf IX, 5o5. — 

Invidiosa busta ; VIII, 394* 

Invidu3^l%, 359.— invida se- 
ries; 1 , 70. — aora; IV, 5o3. 

Invigilai scehiB'j VII, 766. 

InvioUUut agger; IX, 34a. 

Invitat ad repetendmii aquor } IV, 
436. — ad himiua claudeada ; III , 740. 

Inviius aenatus ; VII , 396.-— mors ; 
VI, ^^i,-^ Invitam numen; VI, 44^* 

— Invita milite; V, 367. •— paatore ; 

II, 607. -— Invita dextra; I, 378. •— 
Inviţi Dei^ VI, 607. — Invitai pro- 
ocll» ; V, 684. 

Involet ^os artus ; VI, 588. 
Invelvo : super involvit eumulos; 
IX, 485.1 -^-^ Involvit orbea; I, 54a. 

— Yultus; VIII, 614. •^~ Involvunt 
tela ; IV, 49^' "*~ Involvere globos ; 
ib. 74. — Involvat populos; VII, 89. 
•T*- Involvena omisa; I, 638. — pon- 
tum; III, 63 1. . 

lolcon Haemoniam;.!!!^ 192. 

— lonius poptus / V, 624 • — lonium 
fureos^ VI, 27. -^ mâre^ ib, 362. — 
mare;I, io3. — lonios in fluctuat 

III , 3. -^ loMias undaa; II , 624. 
lonăs ; VI, 4oa. ( va», lect. ) 
Ipse Caesar; VII, 4*» — «go; ib. 

266. — genitor; VI, 814. — locua; 
ib. 435. — timcMr; VII, io5. — ae 
minatur; ib, 173. — Ipsa desimt; V, 
i6i. — vidi; III, 14. -^ Ipsum, ^od^ 



IRR 

VIII, 77, —^ in ipso actuj ib. 668. — * 
Ipste acies; VII, 77. 

Ira addit; IV, mi. — subit; III, 
i4q. — Oiarw; VTII, i34, 643, 766. 

— satiaU; VII, 80a. — cogit; IV, 
709. — ferox; ib, 384. — ferTet; ib, 
a4îi. — latens; V, 356. — missa; IV, 
553. — tiimia; VII, 639. — nobilis; 
VI, 487. — praBceps; iV, 267. — vo- 
cassetţ I, 146. — ruit; II, i46. — 
Superorum et Cxsaris ; III , 4^* — 
prodita^ III, 357. — Ira calor^ VII, 
io3. — tantum j I, 292. — Iram Su- 
perumi ib. 617. -^ laudatam^ IX, 
166. — patri»; II, 54o. — totam; I , 
307. — in iram^ III, iia : ib. i33. 

— Ira concitils; IX , 509. — faciet ; 
m, i36. — fiurcntesj VU, iî»4. — 
hac; ib. 809. — • qua debuit; X, 5 16. 

— se vindicat; IX, 398. — ab {>«,* 
II, 49^ • ^^' ^' — ^^^ Deum; ib. i. 

— faciles; I, 173. — gurgitis; X, 
3i6. — Latu; VIU, a34. — popuU; 
X, 54. — tangunt; ib. 44^* •"*" ^'**" 
rum stimulos; II, 324. — causas) III, 
55. — motus; VII , 386. — Iras date; 
II, 47" — graves; ib. 521. -^ Liby- 
cas j ib. 93. — militis; ib. 529. — tel- 
luris; V, 109. ... 

Irasci mberis; III, 449* "*" Ifatus 
bellis; Vn, 65. — Phofebus; V, 174. 
• — Irata Deis; VIII, 665. — morţi; 
VI, 726. — ursa; ib. aaa. — Irati 
leones; IV, 686. — Dei; VU, 354. — 
IraUx Aspides; IV, 7a5. 

Ire. Vid. Eo. 

Irredux via; IX , 4o8. 

Irrevoodbile Tulgus; I, 509. 

Irrigat pascua ^ VI , 368. 

Irriguus campus ; IV, 296. 

Irritus pependit; IV, 47» — Irrita 
spes'j V, 4^' -^ pestis; IV, 728. — 
Irrita tela; III) 58o : ib. 72a. — 
Irrila vota; IX, 989.-~fatis; X, 344» 

Irruimus cladibus; VH, 60. — Ir» 
ruef X, 373. 

Irrumpit convexa j VII, 478. — /r- 
rupit artus; V, 167. ■— animos; 1, 
470. •— fores; II > 3a8. *- Irrumpat 



JAC 227 

in agi-os; II, 44 <• — Imanpere fo- 
res; V, 127. 

/* : cladis ^,- VII, 4o6. 

IsarcB vadă ; 1 , 399. 

Isauro juiicta; II, 4o6. 

Isiâ numen; IX, i58 .* X, i5. -— 
Isidis pater; VI, 363. — Isim taam 
recepimus ; VIII , 83 1 . 

Iste sanguis; X, 338. — • Ista ja- 
ventus; IX, a8o. — • poena; iJb. 5o8. 

— summa; X , 525. — castra; V, 
35a. — per ista irejVlII, 4^ 

Isthmos graeiiis; I, loi. 
Istic^Yil, 592. 

It setf. vocali produeitur^ I, 64a : 
IX, 129, 190, 347,417 : X, 64. 
Italia^ II, 435. — lialiw urbibiu; 

I , a5. — Italiam per omnem ; ib. 466. 
Ittr noctis; X , 333. — siccum; IX, 

735. -^ ad leges durum; ib. 385. — > 
hac est bellis; I, a57. — latet; IX, 
493. — qua est Latiis fascibus; III , 
87. — cârpit; VI, 573. -^ candasul- 
care; IX, 731. »- ad urbem conver- 
tit; III, 373. -^pensabat; IX, 685. 

— ipsum perdat; II, 44^». — fluviis 
tellus laxet; IV, 116. — rapidum de- 
flectit; III, 337. — rumpi coiispicit; 

II, 49^* "^ ^^ tedt vis saaguinis; II, 
ai 5. >-^ timuisset fugiens; IV^ l5a.-« 
per longuiB repsore; III, 458. 

Iterum^ IV, 64o : VII, 147. — re- 
deuntia,'V, 307. — refususj VIII, 
io5. — vixissejVI, 768.— /tenimnc , • 
Vm, 584 : IX, aaa. 

Itonus^ VI, 4oa. 

Itureeif VII, 5i4' •*-- Iturwas sa- 
gittat; VII, a3o. 

lulea gens; IX, Q^.r-Ȕulece; I,i 77. 

ia/«Phrygii;m,ar3. 

IxionidiB Centauri; Vl, 386. 

j. 

,Jaces^ IV, 8o3. — semianimis; 

III, 747- — J^^^ âggerc; VII, 597. 

— aiiri»m ; ib. 74a . — auxilitfiii ; VIII , 
333; — cervix; IV, 754. — colluvies; 
" ^ • ' — ^ -^'^r ; 1 , 6a4* — crinc fuso j 

i5* 



iJb* 3ii. — cor; 



aaB 



JAC 



VIII, 74o. — en»e; IX, loîio. — 
fastidila ; VII , 854- — dec^ta j VIII , 
6|. — gensj I, ao. — illej IX, aag. 

— Ulicj X, 21. — mundi pars; IV, 
io6. — in Tultus; IX, 674. — nie- 
dius poDtus; I, a6o. — obrutus; V, 
38. — pars Hesperia; V, 266. — pla- 
ga j IV, 674. — insula; VIII, 118.— 
litus; I, 409* — pulnao; III, 644- — 
in Euro; VIII, 81 3. — scdes; IX, 
307. — sub ruina; VUI, Sag. — sub 
carcere j V, 609. **- sub sole j II , 584- 

— tcllus; IX, 868. — • truncus; I, 
686. — tellure ^ VI , 55o. — ^ ubicnm- 
que; VIII, 102 : IV, 119. —^ cxsul ; 
VIII, 837. — Jacentj IX, 906. — 
aequora; V, 434* — cadavera; IV, 
490. — agmina; ib. 358. — corpora ^ 
II, 23: VI, loi. — saxaj 1 , 26. — 
perempti; VI , i32. — Romana; VUI, 
545. — Jacebant in tellure; IX, 84©. 
-^saxa; ih. 977. — Jacuit Lepidus; 

II, 547. — composita; IX, 116. — 
defecta; I, 696. — nisu; IX, 484» -^ 
mare; III^ 624. — per regna; II, 90. 

— Jacuere in tkalamis ; VIII , ^o\. — 
raanes; IX, i. — t^mplo; II, 34. — 
Jacebis lodo; VII, 817. — Jacebunt 
regna; i5. 11 5. — Jaceaf sepulcro; 
VIII, 714. — quo loco; IV, 394. -— 
Jaceant Alpes; II, 63o. — Jaceres 
nuda; VII, 867. — Jaceret prolapsa; 
VIII, 4^^' — sub nocte diesj IX, i3. 

— Jaoerent signa ; I, 307. — Jacere 
in tellure; IV, 6o5. — Jacens agger; 

III, 5o8. — boc tumulo; VIII, 861. 

— in sede; X, 174. — super Au- 
strum; VIII, 164. — aqua; V, 443» 

— orbe; £5. 3x5. — Jacenlis ^gypti; 

II , 4 16. — Jacentes ignovere; II , 92. 

— Jacentum Vultus; VII, 793. — 
campos; IV, 52. — oculos; II, 26. 

— populos; I, 48 1. 

Jacit illum; VI, 182. — se prae- 

ceps; VII, i66. ^— Jecenmtf III, 706. 

Jactare corpus ; V, 8 1 2. — brachia; 

III, 65 1. — fortia; IV, 202. — talia; 
V, 700. — JactauU pignora ; VIII , 
481. — Jactatur aquis; ib, 699. -^ 



JUB 

Jnctaia mări; IX, 33 1. — Jactati 
remi; V, 421» — Jaclatis Gracchis; 
I, 267. — lacertis; III, 662. 

Jactatus pelagi; VIII, 761. 

Jactum flectere; III, 47^* — *^ 
y^icfw* venire; IX, 107. 

Jactura capitis; VIII, 711. 

Jaculatus se,* II, i55. '-ejaculată 
ballista; ib, 687. — Jaculato ferro; 
UI, 568. 

Jaculus^ IX , S^^.-^Jaculi^ ib, 720. 

Jaculum letale; III, 676. — emi- 
cuit; I, 532. — Jaculis donat; IV, 
764. — cxacu; VII , 490. — tot; VI, 
21 3. — sagittisque; VI, 196. 

J^i/w; VI , 527. — diu; VII, 83i.— 
dudum; IV, 545: V, 4^3. — Jam^ 
Vr, 660. — vigent; IV, 600. — ple- 
num;VIII, 109. — morientis ; VI , 
759. — numen; IX, i58. — nune; 
ib, loi. — pendent; VI, 632. — pe- 
tit; V, 64. — pressus; VI, 280. — 
propinqua; V, 678. — Jamque^ IX , 

294» 493» 769, 94î>, 944- — «a*« 
est ; VIII , 1 37 . — sensera t ; VII , 647 . 

— tepida; V, 524. — tot; ib, 164. — 

tum ; ib. 479. 

Janitor sedis; VI, 702. 

Janus ducens ; V, 6. — Jani belli- 
geri; Iţ 62. 

Jecur ţ I, 621. 

Jejunia^ III , 282 : IV, 332. 

Jefunus^ IV, 97. — Jejuna^ III, 
58: VI, 709: VII, 98. 

Juba (Mauritanix rex) nudus^ VI, 
309. — LibycusfiX, 3oo. — captus; 
X , 146. — concitus; IV, 688. — in- 
fidus ; VIII, 443' — Jnbce sceptrifero ; 
V, 56. — regua; IX, 869: X, 475. 
'— JubamtaXemj IX, 2i3. — comi- 
tă ta; IV, 670. 

Jubam erexit; I, 209. — Jubas 
spargit; IV, 752. 

Jubar extulit; V, 456. — vicerat; 

VII, 4^- — vulgare; V, 220. 
Jubere plura ;. III , m . — tanta ; 

VIII, 537. — Jubeo quod; VI, 763. 
— • tentare; II, 632. — Jubes qusri; 

IX, 566. — . Jubet Deus; V, 92. — • 



JUG 

senatus; V, 46. -^ ambiri^ I, 59». 

— capere; IV, 149. — irej IX, 445. 

— confundere; VII, 575. — csse; 

VIII, 764. -^-flectere^/î. 4^. — pr<K 
ducere; II, agQ. ^ succedere; IV, 
44- — attingere ; V, 374. — ire; VIII, 
565. -r- immitti^ X, 491- — moerere; 

IX, 1049. — vapij I, 589. — pro-< 
cumbere; III , 4a6. — r sperare^ VII, 
349. -w tolerare; IX, SSg. -^ Jubent 
fata; VIII, 5ao. -^remeare; ib. 387. 

— sperare; IV, 5io. — ^ Jussit geri ; 
m, 455. — silentia; I, 298. — non 
ksdere; IX, 687. — converti; ib. 667. 

— spectare^ ib. 670. ■— ut essent; ib. 
896. — Jusserunt accedere ; II , 556. 

— Jusserat omnia; ib. 148. — Jube 
regnare ; ib. 99. — Jubeat condere ; 
I> 37^. -r- YÎure; VI, 8i6. — Jube- 
ret ferire; X, 348. -p- Jus^i^se mori ; 
II, 209. — Jubens ardua; VIII, 238. 
■ — bella ; ib. 684. — Jubenti hfills^ ; 

VII, b63.^Jubentia luctus; VIU, 
63a. — Jussurus classica; II, 528. ~^ 
Jussun cuDcta^ V, 21. — Jubeare 
quldquid^ III, 147. — Jussus Ocea- 
nus;X, 217. — ţ deponere; I, 339.- — 
agi; I, 307. — dare; X , 23o. -rr-de- 
pooere; I, 236. — transcendere;III, 
59. — laxare; V, 123. -r- relinquere ; 

VIII, 575. — ; Jussa tenere; VI, 83q. 
* — Jussţtm exire; IX, 932. — Jus- 
sam răpi; I, 483. — servire; I, 319. 
r— Jussd duce; VII, 79. — Jussa 
plebe ; V, 663. — ' Jussi cqui; IV, 760. 
•sr concurrere ; IV, 802. — Jussa li- 
torat; V, ^59. — saecula; II, io. — 
8ileDtia;^lV„ 718. -r- geruiit;II, 649. 

— peregi; ib. 339. — sequi; I, 372. 
Judceadedit^yll, 5^. 

Judex corruptus; X, 106. — in* 
gratus; V, 29;!, — «ederit;^IX, 971. 

— Libra; X» 227. — a^va; ib. 368, 

— Judice bello; 1 , 227. — Cxsare ; 

IX, 272. — magno; I, 1^7. — mu- 
toto; VII, 263. 

Judicium trepidum ; 1 , 32i . 
Judico : judicetde fama;IX, 548. 
Jugulat quem; VII,63o. 



JUP 229 

Jugu/us haustus ; X , 387. — dabit; 
II, 317. — > accessit; V, 63. — Jugu - 
lum hostis; VII, 325. — senatu8;III, 
ilo. — senilem; ib» 743. -r- babere; 
VIII , 11.-^ Jugulo inteutus ; VII , 
593. — r aperto; VI, 555. — luere; 
IV, 806. -!- provocat ; ib* 275. — se 
polluet ; III, i35. — patij VII, 670. 

— quxsita ; VII , 434- "^^ parentis ; I , 
376. — efTudit; II, 129. -r-r retecto ; 

IV, 541. — Jugulos negatis; IX, 264, 
-«- sperare; VII, 182. — praestare; 

V, 370. — teximus; VII , 644* — •^«*"' 
guUs geruntur; ib, 533. -p- pressere; 
IV, 562. -r- re tundere; VI, i6i. 

Jugum quxris; IX, 261. — r expli-. 
care ; VI, 477» -r- xninatur; IX , 238. 

— Jugo utroque; III, 173. — SLdju- 
ga faciles; II, 3i4> — sub juga^ I, 
19 : II, 280. — • Juga mali; II, 695. 
•*— montis; VIII, 372. — 7 Nyseia; ib. 
801.— Pharsalia; VI^ 576. — saxea; 
ŢVf 157. — Jugz> nivosis.; I, 63o.. — i 
nutantibus^ i6. 553. 

JugurthtB colla; IX ^ 600. 

Julia visa; UI, 10. — crudelis; 
VIII, io4--^ intercepta; I, il3. — t 
Julia, tibi dedit; X, 77. 

Juncus sterilis; V, 517. 

Jungo : junxere generos; I, 118. 

— Junxerat arma; VII, 49^* ~^ 
Junxerit quem; X, 36 1. — Jungere 
inanus; I, 117. — fala; VIII,^ 3Şi. 

— bis te; II, 55o. — r fines ;, 1 , 167. 

— Sesţon ; VI , 55 . — Jurtguntur ta- 
ciţi; II, 371.. — Jungi puppes; III, 
575. -7- 80cerum;.X, 348. — .June- 
turn cubile;, IV, 199.— -Ju/icta virgo; 
II, 329. — Juneţi sanguinis; I, Iii* 

— Junqlo Isauro; II, 4o6. — Panno- 
nia; III , 94. — Juneţi amplexibus ; 
IV, 209. — Junctos agros ; I, 67 1 . — - 
Junclce carinae; X, 49^*' — Sjrrles ; 
VIII, 540. — tenebra; IV, io5. — 
Juncta castra; V, 4^'* "^ Junctis 
castris; IV, 260. 

Junonis ioiqux; I, 576. 
Jupiter est; IX, 58o : I, 661. — 
Latîalis; I, 198. — 'urgens; VI > 4^4* 



aSo 



JUS 



— Cauus; YIII, 858. — corniger; 

IX, 545. -— sortiger ; ib. 5i3. «~ 
Hammon; ib. 5 18. — noster; ib. 5i4* 

— Jowis aesţ VI, 4^7- — curaj IX, 
436. -^ indiga; VIII, 447* -^ P*™ ; 
V, 95. — sedes ; ib. 3o6. — tela j VII , 
197. — volucerj IX, 90a. — Jot^i 
coDipecta; ib. 178. — muUvit; VII, 
l5o. «~ prodesseţ III, 3 18. — Dostro 
similii; IX, 5i4- — Jovem dixisse; 
IX, 585. — regnare; VII, 447* — 
Jupiter summe j 1 , 633. — Jove igna- 
roj VI , 467. — sub Jove^ X, 207. 

Juro per triumphos ; 1 , 375. "—Ju- 
robit per.umbrasj VII, 459. — Ju^ 
rare per Catonem; IX, 602. — Ju- 
ronftiraves; V, 396. — Jurata in gla- 
clio9; IX, 85o. — mihijVIII, 219. 
•^-saoramentaj IV, 228. 

Jus et ia»i VIII, 485. — est; X, 
a6a. — erat mihi; I, 276. — tibi j 

X, 399. — hoc ; VIII , 636. — toga - 
que,- VII, 63. — ferri; V, 387. — 
grave; i3. 3 ia. — gorgitîs; VI, ioîi3. 

— emeritum; V, 7. — mundi; X, 
471. — patemum; IX, 96 : X, 97. 

— seeleris; VIII, 64a. — Vâri; IV, 
667. — yictori»; IX, io54. — clau- 

dltur; V, 44*'~~ ^^^u™9 ^9 ^' — ^*~ 
cere; IV, 821. — fecimus; IX, io74' 

— dant; IX, 838. — - habeatis; VII, 
a63. — habuiaset; IX, 887. — ba- 
bei; I, 407* — sui; II, 463. — omne; 
I, 667. — mundi; II, 32i. — Juris 
alieni; V, 489. — a«; VII, 594. — 
hoc; VI, 496: ib. 597 : VIII, 95. — 
mensura; I, 175. — modus; IX, 191. 

— sui; VIII, 660 : VII, 55. — tui; 
I, 5i : VII, 80: VI, 3o2. — Tincula; 
V, 288. — Jure belii; IX, 195. — 
cogeudi; III, 104. — consumpto; VI , 
824* '— legum; IX, 56o. — incerto ; 
V, 226. — pari; IV, 4» — retento; 
X, 35 1. — venltis; I, 191. — yicto 
expulit;I, 207. — sine jare; VIII, 
558. — 8uh Jure f ÎL, 267 : ib. gS. — 
Jura aliena ; IX, 212. — Catonis; ib. 
•ji^y. — carentia; II, 353. — civis; 
IX , 238. — inania ; II , 3 16. — - legum ; 



JUV 

VIII, 75. — mea ; II, 588. — mundi ; 
VI, 139. — publica; IX, 249. — 
regni, thalami; X, 93. — Romana; 
iir. Ji. — Senatus ; IV, 801 . — signata; 
III, 3o2. — bha; ib. i5i. — sui; VID, 
612. — temerala; I, 225. — turban- 
tes;ii. 177. — posftint; III, n3. — 
sperayeris ; VIII , 4^0. 

Jussum. Vid. Jubeo. 

Jussus Deum; VIII , 849« — otdi- 
nis; VI, 568. — Justu Junonis; I, 
576. -— satcllitis ire; X, 4o5. 

Justiţia cultor; II, 389. 

Juatitium ferale ; II, 18. •— templi ; 
V, 116. — -yu5iti'a'o clausa; (&. 32. 

Justiusj VII, 259. — induit; I , 
126. 

Justus Marş; IX, 293. — modus; 
VIII, 193. ^^ Justa pietas; IX, 147. 

— gioria; IV, 595. — causa; V, 58o. 

— Venu»; ib. 728. — Justum ferrum; 
X, 523. — sepulcrum ; IX , 54 , 1091. 

— Juslce librae; IV, 58. — pacis; IV, 
365. — Juslo amori; II, 379. — Justi 
hostes ; X , 4^7 • — Justas ir a ; VIII , 
234* *— flammx; IX, 234* — - Justos 
motus ; 1 , 264» — Justas querelas ; 
II, 44* ■" Jwta prxlia; II, 54©. — 
Justis benignus; V, 106. — Ju^^c dis- 
suasor ; IV, 248. — rever entia ; IX , 
192. — Justa dare; ib. 67. — negat ; 
I, 349. — pendere; VUI, 4^9- — 
Justior causa; ib. 5 12. 

Juuenco cxso; IV, i32. — Jut^encis 
raptis; III, 4^2. 

Juwenis magnanimus; IX, 807. — 
sanguinis ; i&. 737 : III, 723. — Juue^ 
nem fixere; III, 654. — Juuenes ^ 
VII, 3 18. — Juuenum cineres; VI , 
533. — corona; III, 374. — figura; ; 
VII, 774. — tumultus; IX, 252. 

Juventa laurifera; VIII, 25.— y«- 
ventas tempore ; III , 727. 

JUventus^ IX, 256. — audax; III, 
499. — collecta; VII, 548. — cxea; 
X , 482. — delecta ; VII , 270. — in- 
felix; X, i33. — ista; IX, 280. — 
Lagxa ; X , 394* — lecta ; IX , 478. — 
miserx sortis; II, 4^* "~~ Romana; 



LAB 

IX, 48i , 938. — vUisj IV, 376. — 
aptior ; VIII, 122. — secura; IX, 
445. — Grăia 5 III, 5i6. — finietatj 
i6. 355. — Pbocais; fb. 3oi. — mi- 
rata est| ib. 461. — clausa; ib, 44^* 

— «ola ; II , 196. — exciu ; 1 , 239. — 
consiliile j IV, 377. — vădite j V, 325. 

Juifo :juvat^ VI, 495. — licenţia j 
ib, 271. — pcena; VII, 706. •— ad- 
scribere; IX, 853. •— ferre; II, 282. 

— cetsisse ; VII , 698. — inseruiase • 
II, 399. — indulgere; V, 732. — ^ ire- 
VIII, 356. — esse^ IV, a53. — cer- 
nere^ VII, 794> — fregiase; II, 444* 

— prxferre; VIU, 576. — fudiaae^ 
V, 268.— trahere; VII, 655. —sen- 
tircj IV, 570. — miscere; I, 88. — 
Jiifa/K vulnerat VII, 66 X. — Juifit 
ducem j IX, aoo. «— perdere ^ II, 191. 
"*— «/«i/rt pugnare^ VII, 564- — Iu- 
•trare; I, 5o. *^ Juvent Parthumj 

VIII, 4*4* — Juuaret paxţ I, 171. 
»— Ju%fanU pelago; VIII , 725. -»^ 
Juvatur damore^ I, 293. -— Juvaii 
▼oce; I, 273, 

Juxta flammas^ VIII, 759. — fiu- 
viosj VII, 234. — qu*mj IX, 355. 

L, 

Lâbbs furoris; V, io3. 
Labienus transfuga ; V, 346. «^ 
liortator;IX, 55o. — Za6ie/ie,)ul>es^ 

IX, 566. 

Labo : labat^ IV, ^i, ^^ Fortuna; 
U>. 390. — compages j V, 1 19. — Za- 
bant castrat IV, 89. — crura j ib. 625. 
— dubia cer-vice 5 II , ao4. — mem- 
bra ; VIII , 60. — populi ; VI , 93. — 
Labet terra 5 II , 291 . — Labaret frons^ 
Vn, 521. — r LăUumtem dirige; II, 
a 44* — Labantet animi ^ IV, 249* 

Labor: labUur ad; VIII, 366. — 
iilfeliz; V, 799. •— in vulnerat VII, 
604. — moribundust VI, 86. — pa- 
ter; VI, 363. — Lobii ib. aSi. — 
Labens Yulnerc; II, 265. -*- levat; 
III, 737. — sub undas^ V, ^^^, —- 



LAC 



a3i 



Labentia sidera; VIII , 17a. — X«p- 
surus limite; IX, 71a. -<- Lapaura 
agmina; IV, 43. — Lapsus de culmine; 
VIII, 8. — Isara in amnem{ I, 4oi. 

— Tanais; III, 27a. — aupeme; VI, 
376. — Lapsa inter manus; VIII, 
66a. — - classis; V, 4^» — ratisj IV, 
43o. — Lapsum pectus ; VII , 57a» — 
Lapso poplite; III, 254» — Lapsa 
▼olucres; IX, 649> --^ Lapsa Tiscera; 

IV, 566. — sidera; V, 56i. — Lap^ 
sis muris; I, a5. 

Labor et ardor; VI , 587. — el 
cura ; IX, 6ai. -^ atqve metus; I , 
a82. — est; IX, 398. — belii; VII, 
93. — cassus; II, 663. -— caeli , freti, 
puppis; V, 585. —r curarum; VIII, 
}65. — florifer; IX, 290. -«-fortanx; 

V, 696. — facilis; III, 479- — Hu- 
manus; VI, 20. — * humilis; ib. 602, 

— mundi; I, 4' 7» — Romaous; VII, 
3i2. — Untus; V, 655. — quis; VI, 
49a. — sacer; IX, 980. — Laboris 
cura ; VII , aog. '^ Labori intensa ; 
II, 569. — nostro; IX, 1072. — La^ 
borem abstuUt; ib. 365. — urbis; I, 
556. «^ Labore exhausto; III, 495. 
-^ immepso; ib, 38i . **^ quorum; ib. 
191. — Labores belii; IX, 1016. — 
hominum; VII, i44- -^longi; 1,90. 

— Lunae ; VI , 5o5. ~ Mutioa; I,4l- 

— resunt; IV, 389. — Bomani; VIU, 
6a2. — summi; IX, 38i. — tanti; 
ib, 881. x— Laborum amor; ib, 407. 
^- finem; II, 317. — mtrces; I, 34o : 

IX, iioi. — causa; V, 48i*'~~ P^r- 
tem; II, 347» — series; IX, 395. — 
usus et series; I, ia3. — Lt^res mi- 
nuere; VI, io3. — pati; VII, 4. 

Laboras in regna; JX, a58. — per- 
dere; VII, 665. — Laborat ciUtu; 

X, i4o. — fortuna; I, a64. — Pbe- 
monoe; V, 186. — tellus; IV, 644. 
<-^J^a^raa/xquora;III, 62. -—fata; 
VI,6ija.— poli; V, 633. 

Labris iufudit; VI, 568. 
Xâcnegatum; IV, 3i4* 
l4kGed*iemonii Heniochi; III, 369. 
,Lae0r • Ikcera carina ; VIII ^ 7 55. 



a3a 



LAC 



-^ imago ylf 1 89. -— Lacerum agmen ; 

VI, 3i5. — cadaver; V, 669. — ca- 
pul; VIII, 667. — corpus; ib. 737. 

— Laceri capiUi; "%., ^4* "" c^'i^es; 
IX, 57.—. rudentes; V, 594- — La- 
ceros artus; II, i65 : ib. 177. — Lm- 
cerca comas; II, 3 1. — Laceris ca- 
niş ^/6. 132. 

Lacero : laceraa onănia ; VII, 665. 

— Laceraifit truucos j II, 104. — La- 
ceret ora; VII, 629. — Laoerent li- 
cebit; VUI, 629. — Lacerasset pec- 
tora; VII, 38. — Lacerantes pcc- 
tora; IX, i33. -— Lacerandce urbes; 
X,45. 

Lacerto vibrată ; VII , 289. — ex-? 
cusso; I, 4sk4v — <^um toto; III, 617. 

— Lacertif IX, 780. — excussi^ IV, 
386. — fortes^ I, 364. — graves; IV, 
618. ■'— inanes^ V, 275. — valid! ; II, 
5oa. — Lacertos liventes; II, 37. — 
nndatos; ib. 364' — medios; IU, 666. 
-^Lacertis actus^'I, 384* ^- duris; 
IV, i5o. — excussis^ III, 567. — jac- 
tatis; ib. 662. — nudis; 1 , 189 : III , 
481. — paribus; III, 525. — sectis; 
I, 565. — solis; III, 464. — tensis; 

VII , 469. — tuis; II , 26 1 . — validis ; 
U). 686 : III , 672. 

Lacessis astra; X, 32o. — fata; 

VIII, 533. — Lacessit ducem; X, 
346. — praelia ; IV, 720. — Romam ; 
I, 256. — se ipse doior; II, 42. — 
Lacessere pugnam; III , 553. — La- 
cesset opes ; VIII , 36o. — Lacessi- 
tum mare; III, 193. 

Lacinia templa; II, 434' 

Zacrim^ luctusque; VII, 707. — 
cadentes; IX, io38. — cecidere ; III , 
733. — erant sanguis; VI, 811. — 
pereant; VII, 555. — sequuntur; 
ib, 724. — Lacrimarum vena; IX, 
746. — Lăcrimos damus; III, 3i3. 

— efiudit; VIII, 727. — motura; 

IX, 5o. — in lăcrimos f ib. 106: ib. 
146 : VIII, 107. — Locrimis abscon- 

cre ; IX , io4 1 ' — aeternis ; III , 607. 
-r- exhausta; IX, 171. — perfirnitur ; 
ib, JJ12. — se rogesj VIII, 349» — 



LAG 

sparserc Deos; II, 3o. — sine locri- 
mis ^ X, 83. 

Locrimosum litus; IX, 955. 

Lacus efîuDde; IV, 118. — Stygii; 
VI, 662. s 

Lasdo : Icesisti Superos; VII, 848. 

— Lcedere terras; IX, 687. — Lee - 
suro Deos; V, i5x. •— Lcesus dies; 
ib. 456. — LoBsi Dei; III , 447* 

Lcelius gerens; I, 357. 

Lcetificat illum gloria; III, 49* 

LcBtJor : Icetatur bonore ; VIII , 
536. '■^ nomine ; VI , 604. — Loetan- 
tes vidi; ib. 795. — Lcetatus conyea^ii 
praelia; I, 44'* 

Lceius labitur ; VII, 6o3. — pietate; 
VIII , 128. — clamor ; V, 47 . — «^^«?- 
ta comis; X, 3o4' — comas; IX, 
917. ' — dies ; ib, 1097. — frons; ib, 
1 106. — marito; VIII, 89. — Nilo; 
X, 285. — Lcetum omen; VIII, 585. 
^r- pectus; IX, 1039. — tempus; V, 
74o. — • Lceto infida; VII, 685. — 
Leeto coUo; I, 6o3. — tumultu; UI, 
102. — Lasice aves; V, 396. — aures; 
II , 273. — voces; VII ,11. — Lasto 
mixta'; VIU , 706. — spectacula ^ VU , 
797. — tempora; ib, 20, 687. — Las- 
torum comitem; U, 346. — Lceios 
triumpbos; IU, 20. — Lceta sequuti; 

VIII, 534' — Laslis coetibus; IU, 
80. — rebus; I, 81. — Lcetior victo- 
ria; VU, 119. — LasUus honestum; 

IX, 404. — quid; VIU, 322. 
Lasvus axis; VIII, 200. — pes; V, 

428. — volatus,* VU, 437. — LcBvas 
dedit; IX, 669. — Lcevum latus ; IU , 
584: n, 4o5. — in lauum; VIU, 
194. — Lceuo gyro ; IV, 45. — L€B^fo 
abscidit; VI, 563. — forti; IU, 61 5. 

— vacare; VI, 2o3. — Illyris; II, 
623. — mânu; III, 677, - 

LogcBus : Logasi Nili gurges; 1, 684. 

— Logaso domus; X, 4i4' — ^ juven- 
tus; ib, 394. — proles; ib. 522. •— 
stirps; VIII, 692. 

Logus Fbarius; X, 86. — Lagi arva; 
VUI, 443. — regia,- V, 62 ; X, 527. 

— regnum j X , 4* — rura ; VIII, 8o3. 



LAQ 

Zâmbit vulnera; IX , gSS. — Lam- 
bere fer rum j I, 33o. — terram; III , 
346. 

Lamenta sonare; VII, 706. 

Lampas barbarica^ V, i34. — Li- 
byca; VII, 800. — nocturna; IX, 
1006. — solet decurrere; X, 5oa. — 
emicuit; I, 53a. — > Lampadis ignes ; 
VI, i35. — Lampados pretium; ib, 
354. — Lanipadas quaterent; IH^ i5. 

— immitti ; X, 492. 
Lâna funerea; II, 367. 

Lancea commisit, VII, 47^* ~~* 
exil; IV, aoi. — erigitur; VII, i4o. 

— excussa; III, 465. — prima; VII, 
1 17. — felix; VI , 190. — torta; I , 
2IO. — tremens; VH, 288. 

Langueo : languent carbasa ; VIII , 
47 !• — lumina; IV, 169. — Languit 
rabies; VII, 246. — Languebit dex- 
tra; III, 3a6. — Languens sol; V, 
544* — Languente caelo ; ib. 4M* — 
ictu; III, 69a. — Languentia ■plaus- 
tra; II, 'jnZ, — colla; III, 737 : 
VIII, 671. 

Languescere bello; IV, 281. 

Languidus xyo ; 1 , 5o4. — Lan- 
guida metu ; IV, 699. — morte; IX , 
lo33. — nox; V, 5o4. — Languida 
carbasa ; V, 4^1 . — corpora ; IV, 3o6. 
—membra ; III, 8. — tela ; VII , 56a. 

Languor venit; VI, 100. — tenuit; 

1 , 194. — profundi; V, 449 Z^- 

guore moretur; I, 393. 

Laniate comas; 11^39. — Laniata 
comas; ib. 335. 

Lanugo fuscans ; X, ]35. 

Lanx : lancibus imposuit ; VI , 
710. 

Lapis Magni; VIII, 80a. — pnr- 
pureus; X , 1 16. 

Lapitha domitor; VI, 399. 

Lapsus roembrorum^ IV, 786. --~ 
moUis; X, 3i5. — ^Lapsum minau tur ^ 
VI, i36. — Lapsu suo; II, a68. — 
Lapsus graYe8;I, 71. — tuos;X, 
3i8. 

Laqueum aptare; VIII, 655.— -ru- 
pit; VI, 543. — Laqueo fregit; II, 



LAT 



a33 



i54« — Latfuei ferales; VI, 638. — 
ad laqueos Ycnlre; IX, 107* 

Lares ^neae; IX , 99a. — Albani; 
VII , 394. — angusli ; V, 5a8. — pa- 
tris;I, a78j 507. — socii; VIII, ii3. 
— Lares testatos; 1, 557» — Laribus 
submittere ; VI, 5i i . 

Large ministrat; VI, 669. 

Largus foos ; IX , 608 — cruor ; 
III , 590 : IX, 8ia. — baben»; VII , 
aa5. — Larga Ceres; III, 347. — 
Largo vulnere ; I, 614. — Largi fle- 
tus; IX, 59. — fontes; IV, a66. — 
Largos imbres; IV, 76. — Largas 
aquas; ib. 86. 

Larissa^YVLy 71a. — olimpotens; 

VI, 355. 

Larix : larices ,* IX , 920. 

Lasso : iassas numina ; V, 695. — 

Lassat marem ; VIII , 4o4- — *® ^'*" 
vius; V, 466. — Parcas; III, 19. — 
Lassareţ V, 3i3. — Lassatur Auster; 
IX , 453. — mare; VI, a65. — miles^ 
IX, a96. — Lassatus umbris; VI, 
7o5. — Lassata cervix; IV, 6a4. — • 
juventus; ib. 3o4. — juventus; V, 
3a4« — triumpbis; II, 7a 7. — volup- 
tas; X, 17 a. — Lassatum aequor; V, 
7o3. — fulmeu; V, 6a i. — Lassata 
periclo; IX, 890. 

Lassus : lassa radix; IX, 968. — 
Lassi regis ; 1 , 336, — Lassum ne te- 
neat; ib. 3 a 4. — Lasso furore; ib, 
695. --~ Lassos in artus; III , 6a3. — 
Lassce manus; IV, 355. — Lassas 
undas; II, 618. — Lassis ungulbus ; 

VII, 840. — Lassis visceribus; II, 
340. 

Late arma spargit ; VI , a69. — de- 
currere; IV, 733 : VIII , aa4. — defi- 
cit xquor; IX, 3 18. — errat; IX, 
939. — gurgite rupiojX, 3oa. — 
stragem dat fulmen; I, i57. — hu- 
mentesuebuls; V"[, 468. — patet fre- 
tum; II, 6aa. — poUente veneno 
IX , 795. — procumbunt nemora 
in> 3g4. — robora ciitenis reb'gare 
II, 671. — squalebani; IX, 6a6. — 
submovet ; 16. 725. — vagalur ensis ; 



334 



LAT 



II, loi. — > LaUus quo;YII, 4^9 
Latebra bellonim Lesbos^ V, 743. 

— Laiebrce degeoeres^ X, 44'* — 
ferarum populum ccpere ^ II, 1 53. — 
Lesbi; VIU, 587. — MitylenaB«5 V, 
786. — Salpugx ; IX , 887. — scele- 
rimi; IV, igu. — suorum; X, a8. — 
tute; VIII, i3. — Latebras dese- 
ruere uriaj VII, 8a8. — quaeritj 
VIII, 780. — muris quaesisse pavori; 
II, 494* — *^^^ omeota prodnDt; I, 
6a5. ■— e laubris decurrit; VIII, 
71 5. — educta turbat III, io5. 

Latebrosa nox; VI, 120. 

Lateo : latet aer; V, 627. — fibra; 
I, 6a3. — quis Superum; V, 86. — 
iler; IX, 49^* — quidquid soelerum; 
It, i6a. — penitus; IX, 796. — sub 
tegmioe ; VII, 499. — Latent majo- 
ret stellx; II, 724. — ora Nili; X, 
a 14. —tumuli, coUegque; IV, g^. — 
▼i» anfractu; IV, 160. — Tiscera ; 
VI, aii. — Latebas tellure; VIII, 
41. — • uno jugo ; V, 78. — Latebant 
cUdes; VII, 65i. •— Latuit honos; 
n , 18. — Latuere paludibus agri ; 
VI, 344* — Late mibi; I, 419* — 
Latuisset tellus ia squore; I, 654* — 
Latere sub rupe; IV, 601. — Latens 
fluctus; V, 44<>' — mundus; VI ,'649. 

— ira pectore tecto ; II , 266. — La- 
Unti gemitu; I, 257. — causa; III , 
458. — Latentes campi; VII , 795. — « 
thalami; IX, 970. — clades; VIII, 
353. — fluvii causx; X, 190. — sub 
pluteis vineae; III, 488. — LatendL 
natura ; X , 27 1 . 

Latex : latices occulti j IV, 298. — 
polare; IX, 592. 

Zatiâ// j Jupiter Aibă celsaresidens; 
I, 198. — Latiale caput fulmen per- 
cussit; I, 535. 

Latinas confectasnocte; V, 4o2.— - 
Latinas confectas ostendens; I, 55o. 

Latinuin Domen -y VII, 891. 

LaUtans m antro; VI, 712. 

Latium subactum ; V, 4oi • — Laţii 
claustra tueri; I, 253. — Erinnys; 
X, 59. — fasces ; VII, 4^8. — ira ; 



LAT 

VIII , 284. — juventu»; II, ig6. — 
Latio se fratres fingere; I, 4^7* *^ 
dux; IX, 546 : X, 858, 536. — or 
bis; VIII, 345. 

Latius : latio sanguine; I, io5. — La^ 
tium tonantem; VIII,2i9.-— cruorem; 

I, 9. -•— Latia lingua; VIII, 348. — 
plebs; X, 4^3. — ruina; VI, 10. — v 
turba; VU, 656, 844. — vitis; VI, 
146. ^- Latia indole dignum robur; 
V, 17. — Latium corpus y X, ^i6.^^ 
ferrum; VII, 228. — nomenjII, 645. 
-^ robur; IV, 668. — Latia} arces; ib. 
657. — Musa; IX, 988. — prora; 
ib, 1079. •^- volucres; VI, 129. — 
Latia arma; VIU , 5oi. — Latias ca- 
rinas ferre; I, 4^3 . — in oraş furor 
incubuit; III, 98. — sub leges; I, 
22. •«- Latiis fascibus iter est ad Al* 
bam; III, 87. — <^ Latiis annalibus; 
ib. 809. 

Latratus canum ; VI , 688. 

Latro : lătrat Pelorum; VI, 66. — 
Latravere flebile canes; I, 549- — « 
Latrare nescit; IV, 44^* 

Latiu, Vid. Fero. 

Latu$ angustum; Hesperia; II, 618. 

— belii; VII, 523, — Borea; IX » 
418. — ensiferi Orionis; I, 665. — 
Euboicum; V, 196. — imperii; VIII, 
425. — montis ; VI , 266. — na vi» 
Tictum ; V, 648. — Lateri timens ; 
VIII, 7. — carina incumbit; III, 648. 
' — Laius mucrone perfodit; VIII , 
618. — dextrura, lavumque tuetur; 
III, 585. — munitum lavo gyro pra- 
ducere; IV, 4^* """ non unum trans- 
iie; III, 466. — nudum muniu; V, 
5 18. — in Hesperium ignis cecidit; I , 
547. — in laTum cecidit Metaurus ; 

II , 4o5. — per nostrum templa pate- 
bunt; III, 124. — per obliquum ic- 
tus accipit; III, 628. — Laterum 
structa compage; III, 897. — textu-» 
ra; IX, 777. 

Latus : lata jacet plaga; IV, 674. 

— Latum aquor; II, 662 : V, 707. — 
pectus; I, 211. — Lad campi; VII , 
565. — LatOB ruina; VI, 12a. — 



LEG 

Lata colii confinia ^ IX , 677. — Pelo- 
pis regna^ VI, 57. — Latos Phiiip- 
pos{ 1 , 680. — Latis foris viscera 
lapsa^IY, 566. 

Laudamus quidquid; IX, 696. — 
Lăudabil ossa condita ; YIII ,783. — 
Laudanda^ IX, 670. — Lăudata fi- 
des; VIII, 4^5. — juvenis iraj IX , 
166. 

Laurea piratica Gallis cedat ^ I , 
laa. — Laurea serta^ "VII, 4^. 

Laurentini penates ^ VII , 394* 

Laurifera juvfinta; VIII, a5. — 
Laurifcri currus ; V, 33a. 

Laurus excussae horrore; V, i55. 

— Thessalicx^ VI, 409» — Laurus 
sacras CapiţoJia poscunt; I, 287. 

Laus animi; IV, Ifii. — • Laudes 
ducis soDare; IX, a 16. — Laudibus 
animas în xTum dimittitis; I, 44^* 

Laninia sedes; IX, 991. 

Lavo : lavi pectora pr.osecta ; VI , 
709. — Lăuta mensa ,• IV, 376. — 
LoUun Almone Gybeben; I, 600. 

Laxe fluitare; IV, 4^4* 

Laxo : laxat frenos; VII, ia5. — 
tentoria; VI, ayo. — Laxant sinum 
rudentes; V, 4^7* *~~ Laxat^it nodos; 
IV, 63a. — ora; VI, 567. — ora 
JEtxi»^ I, 545. — stamina; X, i43. 
-«> Laxa spes tuas; V, 533. — Laxet 
sonipes repagula; I, agS. — tellus 
iter fluYiis; IV, 116. — Laxare arma 
Caesaris; VI, 7a. — catenas; X , 67. 

— sedes^ V, ia3. — Laxante rudeu' 
tes 2jephyro; IX, 1004* — Laxantur 
Tartara; III., 17. — Laxari yincula 
palmis; II, 5 16. — Laxata olassis ; 

III, 548. — tellus pulsu tridentis; TI, 
456. — Tulneribus pectora ; VI , 668. 

Laxus sinus; IX, 769. — Laxa se- 
des; VI, 70a. — Laxas braccae; I, 
43o. — paludes; II, 71. — yestes; 

IV, 686 : VIII , 367. 

Lectua barbaricus; VIII, ^i\, — 
Lectum fugere; VI , 53a. 

Ledaea sidera ; I V, 5a6. 

Lef^ : legione cum prima; VII, 
ai8. 



LEO 



235 



Legitimei faces; II, 356. 
Lego: iegit aurum; VII, 756. — • 
fauces; IX, 954* — herbas; VI, 44^ ' 

IX, 439. — litora; V, 5i3 : IX, 38. 

— vestigia ; VIII , a i o. — Legunt de- 
jecta mari tela; III, 691. — Legere 
rudentes; ib. 44' — Legent fau; VII, 
a 1 3. — me , teque ; IX , 986. — Lege 
yerba ; X , 9a. — Legat redus; VIII , 
Ba I . — Legeris tibi sedem in Arctoo 
orbe; I, 53. — Legens vestigia; IX , 
953. — Legentur bella; VII, a 10. — 
Legi super culmina; VIII, 818. — - 
Lecta juventus; IX, 47^- — Lectof 
sagitts;VII, 142. — ZccW* misit; 

X, a74. 

Leleges ,• VI , 383. 

Lemanno cavo fixa ; I, 396. 

Lenio : ieniwit sibila ; IX, 643. 

Lenis unda; IV, 464» — Leni tu- 
mulo; ib. 11. — Zcne fluens; X, 3i5. 

Lentvlvs Spiniher Asculum de- 
serit^ II, 469. — ejus copice ad Cce- 
sarem deficiuntj ib. ^jo, — socius 
conjurationis Catilinarias ,• ib, 543. — 
Consul initio belii civilis. Ejus ora- 
tio ad senator es in Epiro^ V, 16. 

— prceftctus sinistro comu in aoie 
PharsaUcaa Pompeio^ VII, ai7. — 
ejus Pompeio auxilia a Parthis pe- 
tere dissuadentis verba^ VIII, 3a8 
et seqq, 

Lentus Bagrada ; IV, 588. — ho»- 
tis terat otia; II , 488. — ignis ; VIII , 
777. — sanguis; III, 639. -— Lenta 
patientia; I, 36i. — « Xentum nefas ; 
VII, a42. — Lenţi visum, quaesisse 
nocentem; II , 1 10. — Lenta cum 
morte luctans anima ; III, 578. — ' 
Lenţi Pisces ; IX , 535. — Lenta ja- 
cent xquora; V, 434* — volarent ; IX, 
8a6. — Lentas ignis agit vires ; III , 
5o3. — Lente vincere; VII, 73. 

Zeo; IX, 537. — viso hoste du- 
bius subsedit;!, ao6.— Cleonaus , li- 
bycus; IV, 61 3. — mixtus cancro; X , 
aii. — rabidus; VI, 337.— rectus; 
X, 3o6. — Leonis ora; ib. a33. — 
sidera; 16. a 10. — Zeonem Nemeaeum 



a36 



LET 



radiis premeres; I, 655. — Leones 
ÂDtaeo epulx; IV, 6oa. — odorati U- 
bemjVII, 827. — saeviţlX, 947.— 
Leonum nobil is ira ; VI , 487. — Leo- 
nes Yestibus laxis operire j IV, 686. 
Lepidi motus jll, 547 : VIII, 808. 

— Lepidos caeduntj VII, 583. 
Leptis'j IX, 948. — tepida; ib, Si^* 
Lemcece sagittae ^ VI , 39a. 
Lesbos aTiaj VIII, 640. — latebra 

tibi erit; V, 744- — confundit lumina ; 

VIII, 108. — iram Gaesaris meritat 
ib, i35. — Lesbilaitehrx ^ ib. 587.— 
litora; ib, ^o, — Lesbo similespopulij 
ib. i44- 

Letalis ambitus urbi; I, 179. — 
Letale jaculum j III , 6;6. — nil ani- 
ma datum^ II , 179. — Yulnusj IV, 
559 : VI , 723. — Letaies nervi ^ 
VIU , 396. 

Lethcece oblivia ripae; 111,28. — 
Lethceos Deos; VI, 685. 

Lethes longx somnusj VI, 769. — 
Lethen Stygiam^ V, 321. 

Lethon amnis tacitus^ IX, 355. 

Lelifer arcuş j III, 5oo. — Typbonj 
VI , 92. — Letifera mora j VIII, 640. 

— sanies^ IV, 728. — Letiferumvul' 
tkU8', VII ,619. — Letiferi serpentes } 

IX, 384' — Letiferce aurs^ VI, 522. 
Letifica aspis \ IX , 90 1 . 

Letum fluens j IX, 789. — longum^ 
ib, 102. — Telox; ib, 819. — Leti 
diri facies^ III, 653. — exemplar^ 
IX, 832. — frons^ ib, 740. — spe- 
cies^ ib. 612. — melus- maximus ti- 
morum; 1 , 460. — miile mo di ; III , 
689. — potens animal ; VI , 485. — 
Letum in vulnera sparsitj III, 591. — 
nobile fatis meruitj VII, 595. — non 
perdere ; III , 706. — pati j VII , 670. 
— - prscedere natij III , 75o. — ti- 
mori praeferre ; VIII , 576. — in le- 
tum artus tradidit; III, 643. — con- 
tulit vires^ IX, 886. — Leio similli- 
ma facies; VII, i3o. — damnare; 

VIII, 483. — damnaverit me bora; 

IX, 87. — damnatus; VIII, 570.— 
gelidx meduUx; VI, 629. — omnia 



LEX 

datis; IX, 732. — prxvertit tristia j 

VIII, 3o. T- infeslo occumbere; II, 
198. — suorum casura tela; III ,621. 

Leuca ( urbs) : Leucce litora; V, 
376. 

Leucadius gurges; X,66. — vertex; 
V, 638. — Leucadii sinus; VIII, 38. 

Leucas f VII, 872. — aspera clas- 
sespremit; I, 43- — Leucada raedi-^ 
tatus Antonius bello; V, 479* 

Leucus optimus excusso lacerto ;: 
I, 424. 

Levis Molossus; IV, 44*** — soni- 
pes; II, 5oo. — armatura; VII, 5o8. 

— aura ; VIII , 789. — pugna ; VIII , 
38o. — terra; III, 396. — vena ; IV, 
3o2. — virga ; IV, 683. — Mauri torta 
lancea; I, 210. — Le vi terra adoper- 
ta vinea^ III, 487. — Leves Suesso- 
nes; I, 4^3. — Vettones; IV, 9. — • 
sagittx; VI, 196. — Ze^^ior boc auxi- 
lio; IX, 938. — yentus; V, ifio. — 
manus; VIII, 271. — sors; ib. 395* 

— Leviora mala; VII, ^\o. 
Levitas : nou levitate Grxca fidem 

servare; III, 3o2. 

Leviter pudorem tectura ; II , 36a. 
Levo : levat castra coUe; IV, 18. 

— colla; III, 738. '— eum cum pup-t 
pe fluctus; V, 673. — tellure se ca- 
daver ; VI , 756. — Levant vatem sus- 
piria; V, 218. — Levavlt aspida ta- 
bes; IX, 701. — caput; VI, 719. — 
solo membra; VIII, 87. — Levăbit 
dum aer teiTam; I, 89. — pugna po- 
pulis orbem; VII, 275. — Levetspes 
mentes ; 1 , 523. — Levare monstris 
terras; IV, 610. — puppes; ib» 4l8. 

— Levata: naves; IX, 33 1 . 

Levus ( Gatonis miles) : Leve miser^ 

IX, 8i5. 

Lex xterna; VII , i. ^— anni; IX , 
'875. — loci; ib. 3o'j, — mundi; X* 
201. — tribunitia; IV, 690. — Legi. 
păruit xtber; VI , 4^2. — Lege De- 
um ; II, 272. — proxima potestaf 
prxtor ; III , i o6>i — se tenens parens 
rerum ; II , 10. — siuc ulla »ri:at mun- 
dus; 1 , 642. •» Leges, el plebis scita 



LIB 

coactx ; 1 , 176. — bello siluere j ib. 
277. — in pace timeacls^ II, a5a. — 
serveDtar^ III , i4o. — amissx pe- 
reont; ib. lao. — aquaruni; X, 2a8. 
— Erebij VI, 635.— fatorum j VHI, 
568. — sacrae; X, 198. — supem» ; 
IX, 556. -^ taeda 5 Vm 5 399. — 
Legum (ores Borna ^YI, 3oa. — fre- 
iiis resoluta ira ^ II , i45. — jus ^ 

IX, 56o. — jura; VIII, 75. — tem- 
pora; VII, 44o' -— Leges et inania 
jura tuens^ 11^ 3l6. — sancire san- 
guine ^ VII , 35 1 . — mediaş perrum- 
pere; I, 322. — rerum natura Tertit^ 
U, 2. — ad leges durum iter; IX, 
385. — in leges conferre; ib. 267. — 
sub Latias orbem miseris^ I, 22. — 
Legibus exceptus; VIII, ^oix. — im- 
modicosj VI, 796. — avi mortesde- 
bet j II, 82. — ruptisj IV, 27. — pro 
patriis arma ferre; II, 281. 

lÂbamina instituero; IV, 198. 
Liber eo ad umbras ^ ^H» 612. — 
occubuissc; IX, 566. — sit modo; 

X, 95. — aestus; IX, 333. — in toto 
orbe Gaesar; JI , 280. — hostis colii- 
bus; VI, io6. — populus; II, 562. 
— - curarum j IV, 384» — meatu j IX , 
453. — nubibus xtber; III, 522. — 
Libera civili bello; I, 672. — culpa j 
VIII, 648. — Fortunae mors; VII, 
818. — juventus; IV, 47^. — Phocis; 
V, 53. — Roma; VI, 3oi. — turba; 
VII , 265. — vuit nasci j ib. 375. — 
auxiliis ostia; X, 5i4* 

Libero : liberat campos undis / X , 
235. 

Libertas, et Casar erunt par; VII, 
696. — bona; IX, 1108. — experta, 
an; III, 114. — fuga; VIII, 371. — 
loquendi; IX , 558. — odiis data ; II, 
145. — pasceret populum ; 1, 172. — 
populi libertate perit; III, i45. — 
prope ( est ) ; IX, 265. — recessit ul- 
tra Tigrim; VII, 4^3. — redderet 
sibi orbem; X, 25. — salva; VII, 
602 : IX, 192. — scelerumj VIII, 
491. — tuta relicta est; III, i38. — 
ultima mundi ; VII f 58o. — uritur 



LIB 



287 



armis; IV, 578. — si daretur pro pace; 
ib. 227. — Libertăţi s amor; VIII, 
340. — fides; IX, 2o5. — quantnm; 
VIII, 454. — partes; IX, 3o. — Li- 
bertatem tueri; I, 270 : II, 282. — 
Libertas, umbram tuam prosequar; 
II, 3o3. — £i6e/tate validae urbes; 
IX ,91. — pro libertate partes facietţ 
ib. 97. — id subire pavet; III, 349. 

Libetirey IX, 852. — mereri; {&. 
276. — qussLsse ; VI , ^^6. — LibuU 
mutare locum; VII, 4^6. — Pompeio 
ev adere ; VI , 1 18. — Libebit placare ; 
VIU , 857. — LibeM Deis; U, 3o6. 

Libra^ VIII , 467 : IX , 534. — )"- 
dex; X, 227. — Libras ^uatx ad pon- 
dera; IV, 58. 

Librare aususbipennem; III, 4^3. 

— Libratus aere orbis; V, 94. — Li- 
brata dies ; IX , 529. — Librati pon- 
dera csli; I, 57. 

Liburna terra; VIII, 38. — Libur- 
ni mari pugnaces; IV, 53o. — Zfr- 
burnce ordine gemino crevisse conten- 
ta; UI, 534- 

Libya ,• VIU ,170. — regnum Juba; 

V, 56. — terra; IX, 4^0* — LibycB 
extrema; ib. 598. — gentes; IV, 669. 

— arena ^ IX, 617. — regna; X, 79. 

— melioris ora; IX, 370. — sitientis 
per arenaa; 1 , 368. — squalentia ar- 
va; V, 39. — negent te; X, 329. 

Libycus aer; IX , 619. — cerastes ; 

VI, 679. — elepbas; ib. 208. — ignis ; 
IX, 538. — Juba; ib. 3oo. — Leo; 
IV, 6i3. — orbis; VII, 223 : IX, 
547. — Libyca lampfis ; VU, 800. — 
ora; IX, 496. — tellus;IV, 658, 791. 

— terra; VI , 207 . — Libycum aquor ; 
VUI , 862. — Libfci crines ; X , 129. 

— lÂbycos post triumphos ; U , 69. — 
Libycas aves; IV, 809. — clades; VI, 
62. — fraudes; IV, 736. — gentes ; 
IX, 5il, 5i5. —arena; II, 417 = X» 
291. — mortes; IX, 707. — ora; IV, 
6ii. — pestes; IX, 8o5. — ruina; 
VIII, 269. — scdes; IX, II9. — 
Syrtes; I, 499 • VIII, 444. — terra ; 
VI, 788. — Libycas iras colligit; II, 



338 



LIC 



93. — Libjrca antpa j IV, 69^. — «p- 
ira; ib, 582. 

Li6re;\l, 306,817 : VII, aag: 
Vin, ^77 : IX, 4o5, 4>o, 467. — *c- 
cessit morţi; IX , 753. — arida j IDE, 
ag5. — media; IX, 386. — sterilis; 
X, 38. — terrarum prima; IX, 35 1. 

— et '^gyptus donata regna; VII, 
711. — testatur; IX, 44* — ^^^ ^*~ 
dit tantum criminnm ; II, X64. — spis- 
sata in terramj IX, 943. — Syriibus 
rupta ;V, 485. — Libyes aestiferae arris; 
I, ao6. — arvoriim coloni; IV, 606. 
-*- fines; IX, 624* — Martem yidi- 
mo»; I, 255. — mentesj IX, 45o. — 
pohii; ib. 377. — Libjren ; ib. 41 5, 
690. — per omnem ; ib. 523. — super 
arentem feror; I, 687. 

Libjs venator; VI, 121. 

Libfssa terra; IX, 666. 

Licenţia monştri; VI, 4^6. — per- 
missa mutând» terrx; ih. 27 1 . — quae- 
siu regnis; IX, 1074. — <iu» tanfa 
ferri; I, 8. 

Licel fumo congurgere; IX, 461. — 
huc usqae; I, 192. — impune facere; 
Vin, 493* — pavidi» occumbere; IV, 
i65. — regnemus; X, 48. — si ex- 
proraere voces; 1 , 359. — non sit K- 
cet iile ; X , i49- — ««re 5 VEL , 689. 
— ' spectare j IX, 637. — sperare ; 
VII,6l5. — veniam sperare^ IV, 23 1. 

— Licuit brachta jactare; III, 65i. 

— novcrca sperare; IV, 637. — po- 
puiis TÎdere ; X , 296. •■ — Licebit cui 
donare; VII, 3oo. — dare; IX, 67. 

— popuHs uti ; ib, 56o. — spargant ; 
VIII, 629. — vertamns; VII, 855. 
*— ZAceat, nec fas mihi; IX, 244* — 
iMihi nosccre; VI, 592. — modo; I, 
302. — non tantum armis; II, 260. 

— odisse; VII, 869. — quam mul- 
tumbeliis; ib. 554- — quid nobis; 
X, 380. — sperare timenti; II, i5. 

— te violare; VIII, 524. — tibi po- 
nere ; V, 3 1 4. — Liceant omnia vobis 5 
VII , 268. — Liceret si saWa majes- 
tate; ib. 379. — licuisset tollere; IX, 
61. — Licere cni tantum; ib. 1025. | 



LIN 

— lAcuisse boc alii; IX, io53. -— 
raoraa fatis miratur; VI, 726. 

lÂoia miscere telis ; X , 1 26. 
lÂgeris ab unda Andus recreator; 

I. 4î4. 

Ligo : ligant manicas rate8;IIIy 
565. — Lifraiui litoribus funis ; VIII, 
61.—^ lAgiUam hxmmm arctet; III, 
397. — LigatcB torpore unds; V, 
434* ' — LigaUu auro comas substrin- 
gens; III, 280. 

Li gonea passa rura; 1 , 169. — Zi- 
gonibtis fodere; IV, 294. 

Ligur nune tonse; I, 44^* 

Liljrbceum ]itu8^ IV, 583. 

Limen clausum; X,4^*~*' port»; 
VI, 200. — terrificim[i; V, 128. — 
Limine bxait; I, 507. -— coronato 
serta pendent| II, 354* *— i<> limine 
primo yitx; II, 106. — sacro comas 
fudere; ib. 3i« — LÂmina Janiferrea; 

I , 62. — tectum qnaasantia ; V, 520. 

— templi immota; ib, i55. —.conţin- 
gere planta; II, 359. ^-motnrusaries; 
X, 48i. 

Zcmej aequoreus; VI, i5. -^angns- 
tns; II, 709. — camporum^ VII, 298. 

— certus arra disterminat; I, 3x6. — 
caeli; VII , 363. — desertus; IX, 4o8. 

— medius ; i^. 862. •— parvus Titalic 
secat; I, 623. — rectus; IX, 712. — 
solis; VII, 867. — Limite abrupto 
cautes ; IV, 741 . — fatorum immoto 5 

II , 11.—^ boc bellum baereat ; ib. 487. 

— ponţi flexo; III, 218. — promoto; 

I , l\o^. — transrerso diem ducens; 

II, 412. 

LimosavlvB. caput abdidit; II, 70. 

Zi/iiu« niger; IV, 3 10. 

Linea mundi; X, 3o6. 

Lingpnes pictis armia pugnantes \ 
1 , 398. 

Lingua et tox; VI, 761. — ex- 
secta palpitat; II, i8z* -*— haerens 
gntture ; V, 667. — per herbis ; 
IX, 893. — Latia^ Vm, 348. — . 
projecta; IV, 765. — ipamatM^lX, 
927. — LingucB commercia; VI, 
701. —* Linguam tenuem in aeqitora 



LIT 

pi'Oilucit; II, 614. — Lingua venaM 
audax ; 1 , 269. — Linguce pecudum j 
I, 56i. — squamosae^ IV, 3a5. — ▼!- 
Lratae^ IX, 63 1. — Linguas funa 
sohritj I^ 47^* "" Linguas magicas 
animalia scuip la seryabant; III, aa4* 

Liniger Achoreu* ^ X , 1 76. 

Linquo : liquit Arcaş Mxnala; HI, 
177.^ — Linquunt ceras examina ^ IX , 
285. — Liquit positum strue 5 VI , 
826. — Liquere Coastr» silvas; III, 
246. — leones Pholocn; VII, 827.—, 
solum j VIII , 456. — urbem praedam j 
I, 5i4' — Tartara du ces; VI, 788.— 
Liquerunt Isarae Tada; I, 899. — Selr- 
lae quercus; lîl, i8o. — Linguam 
a gros yacuos^ IX, i6a. -^ JLinquant 
ne te classica ; VII , 83. — Linquentes 
brachia pendeotia puppe^ III, 667. 
•^* Linquitur Hxmus Tbracius; ib. 
197. — LinquencU Catonis signaj IX, 
219, 

Lintea y V, 4^0' "*" «ntennae sub- 
fixit; IX, 3îj8. 

Linum : lino tectus Osiris ; IX , 1 59. 

Liquefactce* ^lanăes ^ "VH^ 5i3. 

Liquet : liquebat miseroj VI, 43^* 

Licfuidus. turbo ^ IX, 45i' — Li-^ 
quida palaestra^ ib. 661. —- cera c£ui- 
naij III, 684. 

Liquo : liquavit pila ^ VII , 1 59. 

Liquor: liquiiur xuusculusj IX, 772. 

Liquoris miDimumy IX, 5o4' ''^ 
Liquore perfundere membra j IV, 61 3. 
— Liquores tuti; IX, 61 3. 

Liris Vestinis impulsus aquis^ II, 

Lis datur secundum Emâthiam^ 

VIÎI , 333. — Litem solrere j X , aSa. 

lÂssus ( portus Epiri): Lissi litora^ 

V, 719- 

LiUra turbata perit^ V, 716. 

Lito : îitavi tibi boc sacrum; I, 

63x — Litastiy VII, 171. — Lilan- 

Us fibrae; VI, 524* 

Litorece aren^e; IX, 396, 44 1* 

Lkius dubium qua jacet^ I, 409. 

r— Indum^ VIII , 343. — lacrimosum j 

IX, 955. — maligoum^ VIU, 565. 



LOG 



239 



— nolom; VIII, 120. — Palinuri^IX, 
42. — siccum j VIII, 726 : IX, 148. 

— sceleris spes^ X, 378. — terrae; 
IV, 4*5. — Litoris bospitium j IX, 
io83. — ictus^ V, 55 1. — Litore cur- 
voaequor claudit^I, 430. — extremo 
sedeat; II, 659. — Hesperio stetitţ 
III, 47* —^ temerato Argo gentesmi- 
scuit^ ib, 194. — a litore proras Ter- 
tissem; IX, 1079. *- solrunt puppes; 
II , 649. — in alieno moenibua tuti ^ 
in., 341. -- Nili furitj X, 4ia. — 
Litora iEgyptia j IX, ioo5. — infan- 
daj VIII, 56i. — infima j ib. 464. — 
multa; IX, 309.— NUi; VUI, 641 : 
IX, 41 3. — Syrtis inhospita ; 1 , 368. 

— plena tumultu; IX, 1007. — pon- 
to obruta; VII, 134. -^sUtionisjIV, 
587.—. terrae^ IX, 174. — tota; ib^ 
168. — ad Tisus redituraj III, 5. — 
crescunt; IV, 4^9- "" feriunt Pom- 
peiuni; VIII, 698. — Oceano locum 
fecere; IX, 4^^* "^ Litora clamor 
nauticus exagitet; II, 688. — fecit 
sibi mare mediaş terras; III, 61. -— 
prxtexunt classes; X, 537. *~-* remis 
petierunt; III , 45. — tellus extendere 
nolet; I, 76. — nova ponţi; ib. 693. 

— usque ad Eoa; III, 295. — Oce»- 
nij IV, 21. — sua turbat; I, 407.-*- 
ad litora cursum babeant; IV, n4- 

— ad litora veniunt trunci; II , 189. 

— in Zitora tr a cto bello; ib. 712. — 
per litora planctus erat; III, 757. — 
per litora ponţi; II, 689. — Litoribus 
funis ligalus; VIII, 61. 

Lituum stridor classica concinuit^ 
I, 237. — Lituis elisus aer; VII , 47^ • 

Liuentes gen»; V, 21 5. — lacertos 
atra planctu; II, 87. 

Livor edax tibi cuncta negat; I,. 
288. — plurimus viscera variabat; I, 
620. 

Lixa dum bibat; IX, 598. 

Loco : local castra; IV, 587. — 
Locarunt tellure casti*a; VI, 4*3. — • 
Locasset in Marte soceros; VII, 335. 

— Locare castra; IV, 169. — fjo^a- 
tur sub rupe, VI, 641-. 



i 



34o 



LON 



V 



Locus qua ; IX, 53i. — adjuyat 
furorem; VI, 435* "^ -^gypto «*t in 
cladibus; VIII, 546. — arctus; VII , 
3i6. — estPompeio post pignora; ib, 
377. — sit sceleri exceptusţ III, 333. 
*- iile habuit fratres, locus iile pa- 
rentes; VII, 55o. — instar templi; 
X, III. — ipse illis locum promittit; 
IV, 37. — morendi arma; ib, 781.— 
movendi dextras; VII , 494- — muDdi; 
VI , 60. — paraţup epulis; VII, 793. 

— Loci certa pars procerumj VIII, 
120. — facies; VII, 788. — fama; 
VI, 570. — lex; IX, 307. — pax; 
VI, a8a. — peritus; IX, 346. — 
sors; X, 543. — ' verenda majestas; 
III, 43o. — secundi impatiens fortu- 
na; I, 124* — Locum fecere Oceano^ 
IX, 4*6. — his virtus promittit; IV, 
36. — mutare ; VII , 4^* — mutavit 
potestas;!!, 137. — servare Pom- 
peio; VI, 8o5. — in locum puppis 
cccidit mare; III, 633. — Loco ces- 
sere vacuae curules; ib, 107. — ces- 
sisse; VIII, 38 1. — fons causa silva- 
rum; IX, 5îj6. — jacere; VII, 817. 

— redeunt membra^ V, 37. — stare 
nescia Tirtus;I, i45. — viventis fe- 
riere; III, 721. — quo sit fortuna; 
VIII, 558. — rerum servatojIV, 126. 

— secundo vidit; VIII, 288. — trişti 
damnata moenia ; 1 , 249. — vix ca- 
piente; IX, 609. — Loca dare; VI, 
774. — serpentum; IX, 859. — Zo- 
corum natura ; ib. Sg5. — Locis nu- 
men dat; I, 608. — esse Superos; 

IX, 522. 

Longcei>a Sybilla;V, i38. 

LongesL litore; VIII, 58o, 74*^. — 
a pietate; IX, io56. — a Syrtibus; 
ib, 322. — esse ; V, 576. — exempla 
petantur; I, 94- — fulget; IX, 73. 

— miltere caput; VII, 6a8. — nas- 
cens cervus; IX, 921. — relictalux; 
IV, 297. — remota tellus; IX, 474* 
• — remoto sole; X, 229. — remis a- 
quora petit; HI, 537» — tendere; 
VIII, 383. — trahit Uia pulsus ; I V, 
757. — -vides; VIII, 47» — Longius 



LON 

esse ab oris; VIII , i88. — jacet^ IX , 
867. 

Longinqua sedes; II, 731. — petit 
pulris ; VI, 162. — vulnera cadunt ; 
UI, 568. — ad tela paraţi; ib. 479. 

— super xquora yexit; ib. 164. — 
Lx}nff,nquis messibus Hesperiam corn- 
plerunt; ib. 66. 

Longus amor; V, 794. — dies; HI, 
139. -*- favor; VII, 7o5 : VIII, 21. 
— *■ in carcere pttdor; II, 73. — ordo; 
VI, 146. *— tradus; X, 257. — Lon~ 
ga biremis; VIII, 562. — Lethe; VI, 
769. — Malea; VI, 58. — mora; V, 
586. — nox; VI, /\jSi, 647. — pax; 
I, 241 : V, 35. — potentiaj I, 333. 

— potestas; X, 241. — pagna; IV, 
47λ. — vetustas; VIU, 867. — vita; 
ib. 610 : IX , 568. — Longum svum ; 
I,448:n, 344:IU, 399: Vn,4i6: 
IX , 548 : X , 280. — letum ; IX , 102. 

— tempus; VII, 72. — Longi triura- 
pbi pompa ; I, 286. — Longce carin» 
per transtra; IU, 731. — quietis ar- 
morum patiens; U, 65o. — • virtutis 
pretium; £&. 258. — vita mors media 
est; I, 457. — Longi pramia belii; 

I, 341. — Longum producere funus; 

II, 298. — opus perduxit; UI, 385. 

— per iter ; ib. 458. — Longo frân- 
gere gyro ^ursum; td. 554- — toga 
tranquiilior usu; I, i3i. — Longa 
dux pace solutus; 1 , 3ii. — pramit^ 
tere pompa; III, 75. — serie baren- 
tia agmina; I, 492. — statione Ru- 
tbeni solvuntur ; 1 , 402. — Longo lu- 
mine emicuit; ib. 532. — munimine 
cingi; III, 377. — tempore; V, 120. 

— ex rccessu missa nocuerunt; III, 
477* — Longi recessus; V, 745. — 
labores; I, 90. — vapores; X, 499. 

— Longce 5alona ; IV, 4o4* "" ^r®" 
munt turres; II , 679. — Longa ad- 
loquia; X, 173. — jejunia; 111,282. 

— ponioeria cingere; 1 , 594. — rura 
extenderej 1 , 1 70. — sacula ; II , 1 16 : 
VI, 697. — silentia; VU, 66. -- 
Longos agrorum fines jungere; 1, 167. 

— Longis anfractibus urbem circun^ 



LUG 

eunt; I, 0o5. — leves Suessonte in 
arraisţ I, 4a3. — Longior;U, 4a8. 
■--Italia,- «5. 435. — die»; VII , 846. 

— Longius aeyum ; VIIÎ, 27. — Lon- 
gissima regna; IV, 671. 

Loquax Marcellus Yeiiiat; I, 3i3. 

— famaj VIII, 78a. — Loquaces 
▼enti; V, 83. 

Loquor parva; IX, 783. -J- £0- 
^uenturnobis telliis, etc. VI, 618. — 
LoquanVur mecum fata^ ib. 774. — 
toquiăe fonte Nili j X, a83. - Su- 
peros veunt; V, 1x4. -^ visa imago; 
Ij 190. — Loquendicxita Jore liber- 
tas; IX, 558. — Loquutus plura; 
Vn, 746 : Vm, 453. — tam moesta; 
Vn, 383. -^ Teraj Vii 763. — non 
plura,- Vi 593. -X DCC plura j H, 490. 

— vix cancta; VII, 329 Loguu- 

turn non plura fugit yiu; ib, 61 5. — 
nec plura loquutoj IV, 544- — Lo- 
quuta ratem est fama- ib. 573. 

Lorica torte; VII, 498. — tenet 
auaum; IX, 797. 

Lorum tremulum; IV, 444* *" ^** 
m aethera succendit; II, 4l3. 

Lubrica saxa; II ^ io 4* 

Lucce desettx moenia; I, 586. 

Lucto : lucet exigua nocte Bootes ; 
III, 252. — in aris ignis^IX, 992. — 
Lucent bucete; IX, i85. —foci; IV, 
199. — Luceret ne purus sol; VII , 
6. — Lucens noctibus totis Arctos; 

VI , 342. 

Lucerias commisss arcem deseris; 

n, 473. 

Lucida luna; V, 546. 

Lucifer diem refugit; II, 725. — 
prospexit; X, 434» — Lucifero re- 
licto; I, 232. 

Lucri pndor j IX , 706. — pallida 
tabes; IV, 96. 

LucUficus Titaji ^ VII, 2. 

Luctor : luctantur fata; V, 181. — 
Lucteturi^nis viridi robore;III, 5o3. 
^- Luctantem animam trahentes ; ib. 
578. — Luctante viro; IV, 644» •"" 
LucUmdo manet stabilis; IX, 470. — 
Luctata hac cum parte fatej 111^645. 

//. Pars altera. 



LUM 



'2^1 



Lutotus, lacrimaeqne; VII, 707. ^- 
planctusque; IX, 49- — exemplo ca- 
rens; ib. 170. — mixtus; VII, 37. — 
Luctus tempora; VIII, 53. — Luc- 
tum amat; IX, X12. — Luctus ju- 
bentia slstra ; VIII, 832. — non ple- 
beios teste ta cupressus; III, 44^* *~~ 
suos praecipitent; V, 795. 

Lucus infamis; VII, 438. -^ non 
▼iolatus ab xto; III, 399. -^nitidus; 
IX , 362. —^ Luci deprendere domi- 
num; UI , 4^^* — remoti nemora al- 
te; 1,454. 

Ludibrium pelagi; VIII, 710. — 
soceri MagTius;VII, 38o. — ^ Ludi- 
brio senratus; X, 26. — Ludibria 
trunci; IX, i4* 

Ludo : iudit cauda Aspidas hostis ; 
IV, 725i — in hospite fixo; X, 455. 

— Lusiţ serpentibus; IX, 908. — 
Lusere soliţi sales; II, 368.-— Zti^e- 
rit quo Tertice; IX, 973. 

Lues aucte turba cadentum; VI, 
loi. -^ babuisset jus in illum; IX , 
888. — caeli, terrx^e fuit; II, 2oo. 

— diTersa^m, 681. — illa revocavit 
populos; X, 5o4. —* matura paratur; 
I, 645. 

Lugere caput ; IX ^ 1 042. — nullos ; 
VII , 63i. -^ vacat humanum genus ; 
n, 378. — virum; vm, 83. — Lu- 
gent munera; III, 206. •— Lugeat 
quum Gstor; IX, 1108. — Lugentis 
populi pars erat; ^^ 236. — ^ Lugen- 
tibus fratrem amissum ofiert; m , 
608. 

Lugubria moesti cultus senrans; II, 
365. 

Lumen carto'me factum; VI, 647. 
-— noctumum ; VIII, 463. — rectum ; 
IX, 904* — siccum; ib. io44* — *<>~ 
lis infirmum; V, 545. — suum călcat j 
VI, 219. — in sthere moestum; VII , 
199. -^ Lumine perfudit coUes; ib. 
2i5. — se implevit; IX, 11 i — rapto 
adtonitus,III, 7i3. — recto videre; 
IX, 638. '-*• sparso cmicuit; I, 532. 
-^Lumina noctis; IV, 281. — nuda; 
vm, 683. — nudantur j VI, 757.— 

16 



a4a 



LUT 



Spatio languent; IV, 169. •» Lumina 
defixus; VI, 658. — somno damna- 
tus; IX, 363. — in lacrimas solvit; 
Yin, 106. — prostriogens; I, i54. 

— ponto pascens^ IX, 3i3. -— sicca 
confîidit; VIII, 108. — non flexit; 
III, 4* — ultima eflbditj II, z85. — 
vagantia torquet; Y, aia. — ad /u- 
mina daudenda; HI, 740. 

Luna miscet Teth jn , terrenaque 5 
X, ao4. — «urgitj V, 546. — rubet 
Yentorum nota, ib. 549* '— Lunce cor* 
nuaj III, 595. — meatasj IX, 6, 
693. — umbrae; V, 4^5. — qnantum 
deesse solet; III, 4a. 

LMuia ( Etruri» portus ) : Lunce «- 
quora vicin»; II, 4^7* 

Lunare Tiriis ; YI , 669. — Lunaria 
incrementa; X, a 16. — Lunaribus 
horis aestuet anda; I, 4^4* 

Lunatum fernim; IX ,678.— Lu- 
nata fronte; III, 533. 

Luo : luam poenas qponte; YIU , 
98. — Luemus crucibus; X, 365. -* 
Luere arma jugulo ; I Y, 806. — Lua" 
tur hac cxde; II, 3ia. 

Lupala sangninea ; lY, 758. 

Lupi fugere^ YI, 627. — Bistonii; 
ib, 8a6. — Luporum gemitns; ib. 
688. — morsus; ib. 55a. 

Lurida Iun» ora; Y^ 549. 

Lustrales animae ; YI, 7^. 

Lustro ,' lustras terras; IX, io57. 

— Lustrat atria ; X , 460. — arenas 5 
YIII, 6a. — terras, et «quora; Y, 
347. — Lustrarunt moenia; YIII, 
437. — Lustra clades; ih. 10 1. — 
Lustrare campos oculis; YII, 795. — 
litora ; Y, 4^6. — tellurem igne vagoţ 

I, 5o. — Lustrasse cadavera pacis ; 

II , 171. •— Lustrata hnmanis cruori- 
bus arbor; III, 4o5. 

Lustrum : lustro festoţ I, 593. -^ 
Lustra matrum sequuntnr tigres; I , 
3a8. — Phoebes; YIII, 479. — Lus- 
tris geminis bellare ; I , a83. -— mul- 
tis rebellis Gallia; II, 569. -^ recu- 
bare ferx metuunt; III, 4o8. 

Lutea flammea y II , 36i . 



MAC 

JLux alba rubet; II, 731. — altis- 
sima; lY, 5a7. — cruenta ; YII , 427. 
-— damnata; lY, 534* — defecta; ib. 
568. — dubia ; ib. 473. — extrema ; 
lĂ. 447 : YII, i85. — fugata; YI , 
7l3. — invisa; lY, 276. — ista sit 
noyissima parti; YII, 90. — maligna ; 
IX , 73. — metuenda ; Y, 63o. — mi- 
nor; YIII, 496* — î»on notior ulii 
crastina; III, 594. •— relicta longe; 
lY, 397. — superna; YI, 733. — fe- 
ret in populos scelera; YII , 1 15. ^- 
noctis umbras soWerat; I, a6i. — • 
Lucis color ; YI , 8a8. «— momentnm ; 
lY, 483. — omnes moras rumpe ; II , 
5a5. — raptas labores ; YII ,5. — Lu- 
cern abstulit nox; YIII, 58. — in car- 
cere immensam yiderat; II, 79.. — 
moestam nebula tenuerunt; 1 , 335. — 
Luce colorem yariatus arcuş ;IY, 80. 

— diducta; Y, 543. — noya collem 
coDscendere; lY, 3a. — recepta bis; 
^» 9^0. — saţra yidit fata; Y, a 19. 

— yentura rubebant noctes; lY, I25. 

— in luce moras dedissent^ I, 1 15. — * 
in aperu; X, 43i. 

Luxuries rerum prodiga; lY, 374* 

Luxus furens; X, i56. — Bomae; 
lY, 817.— Luxum suasere rapinae; 
I, 16a. — Luxu carens; IX, aoi. — 
Luxus in saecula translaţi; X, x 10. 

Lfceo Ogygio plena; I, 675. 

Ljrcidas ,' m , 636. 

Ljrcurgi saeyi tela contorait £ume- 
nis; I, 5^5. 

Ljrgdamus^ III, 710. 

Lymphatus metus; VII, 186. — 
Lfmphata prxcipiti gradu turba ; I , 

496. 

Ljrncis viscera; YI, 673. 

M. 

MACEIfON^ VIII, 694. 

Macetum faie&-y X, a8. — icrraB; 
Y, a. — • tyranni ; X , 069. — vires f 
ib. 16. 

Machina belii; VI, 37 : X, 48i. 



MAG 

— non est Parthis^ VIII, 377. — 
mundi discors ^ 1, 80. 

Macies foeda^ situ ; VI , 5 16. 

Macra alnos inoratusţ II, 4^6. 

MacU} : mactavere te; II, ia8. — 
Mactemus domioam; X, 374* — Mao" 
tare equosj IV, 269. -— Maclabitur 
Apis; IX, 160. — Mactandi Gxaaris 
hovanţ j X , 4^^* 

Maculas distincta terga^ X, lai. 
•— Maculis parTÎs tinctus^ IX, 714. 

Maculo i maculas crimine ; YUI , 
5i4* — Maculat re^wiTOi^ ib, a86.-— 
Maculant chalybem; YU, 5 18. — 
Maculavit ovilla Romae j II, 197. — • 
saDguinc Carrasj I, 10^.-^ Maculări 
sanguine j IV, 181. -~ Maculatus san- 
guine; VI, 365. — Maculaio corpora 
morsu foeda ; III, 3^S, 

Madefacto vimine; IV, i3z. 

Madeo : madent saza^ II, io4< — 
Maduere na ti; II, i49*" Madue- 
runt muri ; I, 96. •— robora tabo; II, 
125. — Madens rore aer; VI, 369. 

— coma; X, i65. '— Madentes rore 
râmi; IV, 3 16. — scissa genas; II, 36. 

MadescwU saxa fracto gelu; IV^ 84- 

Madidus mero; X, 396. •— Ma- 
didum tabe jecur ; 1 , 6a i. — Madi- 
dis flatibus; 1 , 319. 

Masander; VI, 475. — Maan-' 
dron errantem; III , ao8. 

Mcenala liquit Arcaş; III, 177. 

Mceotica palus; II, 641. 

Mceotis ; VIII , 3i8. — congelata; 

V, 44^* — McBOtidos egcrit undas; 
ni,îi77. 

MeosUu, Vid. Mcestus. 

Magica gens; IX, 933. — Tertigo; 

VI, 4^* — Mafiei cantns; IV, 553. 

— Dei; VI, 577. — Magica car- 
mina; ib. 822. — Magicas linguas 
anioialia sculpta servabaat; III, 324. 

Magii Docens; IX, 44^* '*"' *ub«* 
unda sunt moema;VIIl, 116. — at- 
quc magis; VI, 98 : IX, 94a. 

Magister ferarum; IV, 24». — na- 
vis;I, 5oi : III, 599: V, 4^* -"• i» 
puppe re&idet; III, 558. •» Phrygius; 



MAG 



243 



IX, 44* — Magistrum scelenim; I, 
326. •— Magistri payidi classis; II, 
69G. 

. Magnanimus Alcides; IV, 611.— 
Brutus;II, 234* — jtiTenis;IX, 807. 

— pater; IX, i33. — Magnanima 
vox; IV, 4/5. 

Magnetes gens cognita equis; VI, 
385. 

Magnus (Fompeius) milef, non 
dux ; VII , 87. — potest esse miser ; 
ib. 660. -^ pelago dispersus; IX, 58. 

— miser; ib, 275. — - parens Sexti ; 

VI, 4^*0. ^-situsest hic; VIU, 793. 
tuns ; ib. 839. — comipedem agens ; 
VIII, 4- — Magni estlapis; ib, 802. 

— partes; V, i4- — tumulus; VIII, 
872. '-^Ole miser» fuit cinis; IX, 179. 
^- Magno pars Tit» felicis ; VII , 7. 

— Magnum esse in partibus ; V, 14. 
Magnuâ ( Pompeii filius ) ; IX , 1 2 t , 

145. 

Magnus aggcr; VII, 597. — Al- 
cides; VI, 391. -— animns; ib, 807. 

— Dens; V, 91. — Euphrates; III, 
256. — ignis; ib. 364 • V> ^7^* "^ 
va turn labor; IX, 980. — planctus; 

VII , 22. — timor ; IV, 70a. — tu- 
multus; VII, 49 • ^9 log. -^ Magna 
fama; IX, 593. -~ juventus; V, 365. 
—. Carthago; IV, 585. — pars; VII , 
90, loi : VIII, 119 : IX, 672. — 
pars senatas; II, 077 : VIII, 5o7. -— 
strages ; II , ao5 : X, S^C-^M^agnum 
c«him; IX, 473. — decus;!, 174* — 
exemphim; IV, 49^* "*" hortamen ; 
Vn, 736. — mare; V, 619. — nu- 
men; IX, 55i. — opus; c5. 38r.-— 
Magnat molis fragmine percnssae; III, 
493. *^ mcenia urbis; I, 195. •— 
MagrU stat nominis umbra ; I, i35. 
— • Magnum annum tuKt Libje; III , 
70. -— Magnam stragem dat fnlmen ; 
I, i56. -^ victor in iram accensus; 
III, i33. — Magno timori quxrens 
exerapU; II, 67. — timori popnlis 
esse; III, 63. — judice se quisque 
tuetar; I, 127. -— se vinci fassus ab 
orbe est; III, 234- — stridore reclu- 

X6. 



244 



MAJ 



sae fores; III, i54> — torpore inipn> 
cits cohortes; ib. 4^3. — Magna 
mercede dicerej YI, 763. — Magno 
parantur regna Deis^ I, 34* — * ubi 
constat; IX, 4^* '^ Magni doloresj 
ib. 889. — liiatiM j X , a 48. — paren- 
tes; 16. 194. -— penatesj II, 384' —^ 
sinus j VIII, 048. — ^ tyrannijVII, 
227. — IHagnce res ; V, 55y. — vo»- 
ces nemoruniy I, 669. — Magna in 
se ruunt; I, 8i. — fata; V, 189. "— 
nomina^ \lî, 209. — vestigia; IX, 
965. — Magnorum nialonim comes ; 
IV, 93. — fato coDcepit; I, 63o. — 
Magnis Metellis se miscere^ II, 54^. 

— Magna daturi ; "VII , 297 . — pe- 
tere; IV, 356. 

Magus : magi canentes arcanum ; 

VI, 44®' ^~ vetusti; £^.450. — Ma~ 
gorum arcana ; ib. 43 1* — Magos 
nullos exaudit umbra^ ib. 767. — per 
mago* adstrlcta foedera; VUI, a20. 

. Majestat nominis ; VIII > 760. — 
servata; IV, 34 1> — Majestate loci 
Terenda moli ; III, 43o. — salya; VII , 
680. — imperii; ib. 378. 

Major accepto robore; IV, 6^2. 
.— in arma mit; III, 37. -^mentibus 
occurrit; 1 , 479- — quam si; IX, ai 5. 

— corpore tumor; ib. 793. — inetus; 

VII , 1 34* — orbis; IX , 4i6. — hos- 
tis Garthaginis; VI, 789. — Major 
cura ; ib. 80. — Deura invidia ; IX , 
66. — floria; VIII , 78. — pars ra- 
tium; IX, 345. — potestas; X, i36. 

— Majoris aquae; IV, i43. — fama; 
I, 400. — Majus quam quod; VII , 
638. — salute; IX, 885. — crimen; 

VIII, 4^1- — pondus; VTI, 162. — 
Majore ore loqui; IV, 673. — pretio 
petuntur; I, 282. — quam poterat 
raetui, discrimine; IX, 1084. — Ma' 

jores; VII, 855. — animi; IV, 285. 
— Majores res; VII, iii. — latent 
stellae^ II, 724. — Majora premunt 
plebem; î, 674. — supersunt; IX, 
865. — metu venient; I, 635. — au- 
dendi fidem fecere; I, 467. — mererij 
IX,. 275. — delubra; IV, 656. — 



MAL 

spectacula; IX, 8o5. — Majores in 
luce moras fata dedissent; I, 1 15. — 
tui; X, 182. — Majoribus undis Cal- 
pen impIeWt ; 1 , 554. 

Majores : majorum busta; VII , 
855. — ullus; IX, 596. — Majori- 
bus impar; IX, 190. 

MaUu fuscante lanugine; X, i35. 

Mole cxsa cervix ; X , 5 1 8. — con- 
cordes; I » 87. — defensum cerebrum; 

VI, 177. — deseruit; IX, 3 10. — 
meretur de quo; V, 582. — vicinis 
condita Gkilis; I, 248. 

Malea Doris; IX, 36. — Malece 
longae flexus; VI ^ 58. 

Maliacce aquae; VI, 367. 

Maligna lux; IX, 73. — rena ; ib. 
5oo. — Malignum litus; VIII, 565. 

— Maligni portus; V, 652. 
Mallos resonat; III, 227. 

Malo rmavis compleri; VII, 539. 

— Mauult debere; IX, 1096. — În- 
gere, quam; ib, 1042. — Maluit, 
gentes mirări ortus; X, 297. — Ma^ 
Hm noscere; ib. 189. — Malint a 
Cxsare tolli leges; III, 140. — Mal- 
let ignotus esse; VIII, 20 — Maltte- 
rim ducere; IX, 599. 

Malum erit victi; VEL, 122. — 
cruentum; IV, 610. — fatale; X; 34- 
-i- Romanum ; ib. 60. — miratur ; II , 
28. — Mali causa ; VII , 4o8. — so-^ 
latia; VIII, 355. — timor; VII, io5. 

— Mala moţura lacrimas; IX, 5o. — 
mundi; V, 229. — Pompeii; VII, 708. 

— tanta; ib. 553. — Thessalica; VIII, 
585. — Malorum causa Roma; 1 , 84- 

— certa mente; III, 37. — conti- 
nuam i^ricm duc; I, 670. — diesul- 
timus; VI, 3i2. — nuUo auctore; I , 
485. — prasage;II, I2i.' — praesaga; 

VII, 186. — quantum; ib. 1x4. — 
socii; IX, 46. — sors; ib. 66, 491- — 
tempora; VII, 4» o. — testis*; VIII , 
18. — turba; IX, 4o5. — magnorum 
fato; I, 63o. — comes; IV, 93. — 
Malis dolorem praestare; VII, 682. 

— lata mixu ; VIII , 706. — nostris 
raiscere gentem; ib. 325. — summis 



MAN 

doi or em serva le j II, ^o. •«— Matis 
frangi; IV, 34 1. 

Malus : mali mores^ V, 298. -^ 
Mala seniina L«]li ^ III, l5o. — YOla^ 
V, 104. 

Malus vix eminet'xquore; Y, 64 1* 

— rectus^ IX, 3a4*'~" txemens; VI, 
286. — Mali carchesiaţ V, 4*^* "^ 
juga, curT9inturţ II, 695. — veliferi 
ponderat 1 , 5oyO. -^ Malo posito ; 

^ III,4S. 

Mandat decrela belii consulibus* 
1 , 489. — Mandai>it nefas ad umbras^ 
VI , 569. — Mandante faune ; X , i58. 

— Mandatar o^us^ flammis^ X, 482. 
f— Mandata peregi; IX, 98. — vo- 
bis reliquitj ib. 85. 

Maneo : manet fidncia ; VIII , So4< 
-r- stabilis^ IX, 470. f^ pars optima y 
V, 7^7. —f Manent hac rursus pa-* 
ticndaj II, 22S. — nobis foedcra ; 

VIII, 249. — r regua victo»; IX, 287. 
rr- Manekit me sors; VII, 3o8. —» 
Manebat dubium; IX, 19. ••— quos 
lux extrema^ VII, i85. -^ toto san- 
guine ^ IIIj, 624. -^ Mansit discors 
concordia; I, 98. 1— lin oris j IX, 371. 

— pclagus loco.; V, 612. -»- sub a- 
cjuore^ III , 704. — Manebit terris ; 

IX , 89. — Mânere sinunt vestigia j 
ib. 786. — Manens figura; VI II, 7x0. 

— Mansura futuris moles, ib. 865. 
•—in saecula faraa; ib' 74- -^—siib un- 
dis FharsalosL; VI, 33o. •<— Mansuram 
vocGtn figuris signare; III^ 221. 

Afa/te5 cladem minentur; IU, 36. 
ir:- ferant piacula ; IV, 790. -^ liabi- 
tant sub pectore; X, 336. —- jacuere 
in favillaj IX, i. — metuentes; VI, 
666. — s Deorum; VI , 809. — Hec- 
torei; IX, 976. — inhumali; ib. i5i. 
•— Magni rapuere socerum; X, 67.»- 
omnes sunt in Cxsare^ VII, 776. — 
Fceni; I, 39. — Pompeiani; X, 73. 

— Ptolemaeonim; VIII, 696. — Ro- 
mani; VI, 780. — Semidei ; IX , 7. 

— sparsi; VIII, 75l. — SuUani; I, 
58i. — Tbessalici; IX, 181. — tui; 
VIII, 85". — vagantcs; ib, 796. — 



MAN 245 

Manes adquirere ; VI , 586. — avcrte; 

VIII, 762. — Deis mixtura j V, 636^ 

— exspectant sinu ; VI, 804. — facit; 
ib. 56 1. — ornabit fulminibus, etc. 
458,— Tidet; VII, 785.— Tiolabis 
vomere; ib. 852. -•- Catuli sanguine 
placatos; II, 173. -^ nostros in pul- 
vere tenes; VIII, 834- -^ ad manes 
sanguinis pignora abstulit^l, ii3'. -'— 
tesequarjV, 774* — venire j VI , 7 1 6. 
«— nocentes trahor; III, i3. — per 
manes raeos licebit ^ III, 3a. — Ma- 
nibus devou; VIU, 91. — grave of- 
ficium; IX, 64' -^ infectnm aera; 
VII, 769. — inlakrat; VI, 729. — 
parcendum; VII, 729. — pepercit; 
X, 24. — verum exprimere;"VI,599. 
— -urnam date; IX, 1093. 

Manicas ligant rates; III, 565. 
Manifesta fides pejoris fati; 1 , 5a4' 

— Manifesta gaudia ; IX , i o4o. — 
belii signa; II, i. ^- signa luraoris; 
X,326. 

Manipli extremi; VII, 5o8. — 
Maniplos armalos ad signa convocat; 
1 , 296. — r. Maniplis sparsa acies; VII , 
327 : X, 436. — consertis castra ob- 
duxit; IV, 3i. 

Mano : mânat ab his cruor ; IX , 
81a. — paludibus amnis; VI, 578.--^ 
Manant artus sudoribus ; IX , 499» — 
humeri y ib. 780. — sanguine ; VII , 
56o. — Manans fletus; VI, 776. — 
Manantes cera tabulae; X, 494- 

Mansuescere; IV, 238. — fauces 
sanguis non patitur; I, 33a. 

Manus est abscissa ; III , 6 1 7. — fe- 
licibus .irmis visa; III, 339. — se- 
quuta est,quamorbi duxere; II, i43. 

— -aEgyptia; IX, 63. — belii; VII, 
363. — certa; VI, 190. — ferrea; III, 
635. — haec uodas remo compescuit; 
1 , 369. — Herculea ; VI , 348. — hos- 
pita; VIII, 748. —in gladios jurata; 

IX, 85o. — nostra se polluet; III, 
i36. — nulla til^ vacet; II, 56. — • 
obliqua; IV, 626, — Pompeiana, non 
Romana ; IX , 257 . — ratibus trajecta,' 
IV, 137. — legum; Vili, 80. — Ro- 



a46 



MAN 



inana; VIII, 767. «- vere Romana; 
II, 53a. — ftcelerau ; VIU, 563. — 
soceri; ib, 629. •— surama belii; Y, 
484. — Yesaua Ceth<fgi; II, 543> *— 
ulla inventa est; VII, 47^- — Manus 
excremeuta ; VI , 543. — fiducia ; 
VIII, 388. — Manum audiTere ca- 
rinx; III, 594* — ^atis injecisie; ib. 
34a* — ferre; I, i47* •'—injectare ca- 
rin«; III, 611. •— minantur fata; VII, 
463. — Munu cxca tela mittit; IU, 
729. — confundet jus potestas; I* 
667. — confusa caedes; X, 4^6. — ge- 
rit sua pila ; IX , 687. — laeya yulncra 
oppressere; III, 678.— moriente fe- 
rire; IV, 56o. -^ dilata impulit illura 
Fortuna^ VIII, 708. — nostra trans- 
fundet te ; VIII, 770. — nulla trac- 
tentur Tulnera; III, 3i5. — opposita 
premit; VII, 587. — pereunte; IX, 
833. — puUus ; VIU ,271. — qussiia 
sors; VII, 309. — s^eva Parcarum in- 
tercepta; 1 , 114. — servitiumf ugere ; 
IV, 577. *- sibi promissus finis; ib, 
535. — subjicit gladios; VII, 574* -— 
torpente ferrunot reniisit; II, 78. — 
yacua ire pudet; ib, ii3. -* vetusta 
fundata; IV, i3. — Manus cessant a 
caede; VI, 554- — desunt arvis ; I , 
a^. — facientbella; VII, 275. — mi- 
scentur; III, 569.— moventur; VII, 
767. — vibrant tela; ib. 82. — avuls» 
cecidere; II, 181. — cognatx; VIII, 
548. — consti'ict» plausere; VI, 798. 
— *- fideles per bella tot; V, a43' — 
fortes tremuere; III, 429- — ignav»; 
I, 5i4 ; IX, a6. — DUca; IH, an. 

— lassx; IV, 355. — nocentes cxde; 
IX, 270. — Pisaeae; III, 176. — pro- 
fana; VIII, 55a. — Bbipax; II, 640. 

— regata; VII, 549» — simul innu- 
mera; IV, 538. — suorum; VIII, 
66a. — venales; X, 4o8. — Manus 
alte elatas promisere; I, 388. — ar- 
matas jungere; I, 117. — arcent a 
sanguine; X, 4^^' "^ classi paratas 
rates excepcre; II ^ 7x2. — compres- 
sas tenuisse; ib. 291. — excivere in 
pralia; VII, 56a. — bas movisse; II, 



MAR 

a6i. — incertas exercent ; III, 69a. 
— ignibus inseruisse; II, 3oo. — im- 
mergit oculis ; VI , 54» . — immittit 
in bostem; VII, 509. — quas miscent 
acies; I, 681. — nostras furenli op- 
posuit; II, 55 1. — Phocaicas Am- 
pbissa mişit; III , 17a. — prabere ; V, 
558. — sentire ; VIII , 69. — savas 
exsoruere; II, 96. — terra insemit; 
IX, 483. — veut in plebem ire; VII , 
578. — vix movere inter agniina vul- 
gi; II, aoB. — in nostras adtrabit ii- 
los ; X , 385. — in te verte ; I , a3. — 
inter innumeras sparsum ; II , i a i . — 
Manibus aquas ministrat; X, 160. — 
iiiopem senectam ducere ; V, 535. — 
meorum me conrimisit; VII, a86. t- 
suis damnata bella; V, Sii. — a ma~ 
nibui cecidere suiş bracbia; III , 668. 
in manibus babetis, quantus sit;VII, 
a53. 

Mapalla Afrorom; IV, 684- — noo 
culta; IX, 945. — Mapallbus vacuis 
actus; II, 89. 

Mareellus loquax veniat; I, 3i3. 

Marceo : marcent vena; IV, 3a6. 
-— Marcare in nebulis, I, 4^8. — 
Marctntes tenebra ; VI , 646. 

ilf arcia relicto busto Hortensi; II, 
3a8. 

Marcida fibramm pars ; 1 , 6a8. 

Mare brevibus impactum; IX, 338. 

— cecidit in locum pnppis ; III, 633. 

— dum sit unda; V, 453. — illuc 
( abit) ; III , 55o. — jacuit posito Bo- 
rea; ib. 5a4. — lacessitum; ib. 193. 
-^ gurgite Nili mutatur; I, 684* — 
rostris impulsum ; II, 70a. — tellu- 
rem obruit; III, 60. — Borea; V, 
606. — certum;lX, 33i. — exle-' 
rius; X, 37. — magnum; V, 619. •■ — 
medium; X, 5io. — nostrum; VIII, 
393. — placidum; ib. a 45. — refluum; 
IV, 4^*8. — rubrum; X, 139. — tec- 
tum; IV, 459- — Maris pavidus; 
VIII, 811. — per claustra; II, 684. 

— .£gai in undas ; II , 665. — medii 
Untum; III, 538. — superi undas; 
II , 400. — Mare possidet; I, 110,-— 



MAR 

auftter^ II, 454. — geminum Isthmos 
separat^ 1, loi. -^ 5angiiineum tor- 
sit 5 1 , 548. — in mare fert Ararira j 
ilf, 4^ — Marique terraque^ ib. aoi, 
3o6. — Mari dejecta tela legunt; HI, 
691. — redde Cilicasj II, 636. — 
spargere j VIII, 100. — aperto; II, 
6ao. — clauso; III , 65a. -^ profun^ 
do; ib, 5|o. — toto; II, 727. 

Afareotiea ebenus; X, 117. 

Mareotis pigra; IX, i54. -^ Ma* 
reotidos uv» meriun ; X , 16 1 . 

Margo audax; X, 487' -^ deyexus 
Cerrarum,* IX, 497* '^— fontis; ib. 609, 
*^ in margine posuit \ ib. 353. 

Maricce umbros» regna ; II , 424* 

Marilua est uii>i ; II , 388. — fra- 
ier; X , 1H8. ■*— tristis conTÎcia exce- 
pit; II, 369. -^ Mariti melioris; ib, 
S29. — trepidi; III, 35. — MariUtm 
amplexa^II, 366. — fletibus. revocare; 
I, 5o5. — Marito accendisse rogum; 
IX, 55. — careo dimissa ; V, 765. -^ 
a caro sibi f ata poscet; liX, 353. — 
Maritos in dadem detrahere; ib. as. 

— inter maritos discurrens; X, 358. 
C Marivs de Jugurtha trium- 

phavii tubacta Africa, et de Cim- 
bris, ae Teutonisj 11^69, 90. ->— /i-- 
bertatis diminutor^ IV, 8ai: IX , ao4. 
<•— exsul et profugus, in paludibus 
Minturnensihus delitescens, et in car- 
cere Minturnis, percussorem majes-^ 
tate terret , et a Mintumensibus 
dimittitur; U , 70 et &eqq. — in 
Africam ejectus^ ib. 88. — - in ruinis 
Carthaginis latet, tamquam soiatio eo~ 
rum, quos vicerat, et rursus sui ani- 
madverlenUs ruinas tam potenlis reip. 
ib. 90 , 91. — eopias colligit; ib. 93. 

— Romam redit, et septimum consu- 
latum obtinetj ib. 99^ x3o : VIII, 
069. — crudeliafacinora exercet^ II, 
99 et seqq. — signum hoc dederat 
suiş, ut, quibus salutantibus osculan- 
dam manum non porrigeret , eos occi- 
derent^ ib. n3 , ia6. — obit ,• ib. i3o. 

— ejus sepulcrum ad ripam Anienis^ 
1 , 58a. — ejus umbra agricotis ad» 



MAR 



247 



parensiinitio belii citfilis Pompeiani^ 
1 , 583. 

M. Mjrius, Caii fraier, ad se- 
pulcrum Catuli laceratus, et postsin^ 
gulorum memb,rorum camijficinam , 
tandem oculis sui corporis lanienoB 
spectatoribus effossis occisus^ II, 17$ 
et seifq. 

Marii ^ tamquam exemplar per-^ 
duellis, et crudelis nominali^ II, 237, 
546 ; YI , 794. — Marianorum cas- 
des apud Sacriportum^ ib. iS^. — 
apud portam Collinam,- ib. i35. -^ 
temporum adumbratio,- ib. 68. 

MarmariccB arenae; VI, 309. — 
Marmaricas catervaa; III, 293. 

Marmaridce Psylli; IX, 898. — 
volucres; IV, 680. 

Marmore riguerant; IX, 65 1. 

Marmoreum pondns^ VIII, 866. 

Marş emittitur in detia; IV, i6i. 
■^ solns habet cxlum; I, 663. — pec- 
tora nudus; VI , 259. — c«cus; VII, 

I I I . -^ dilatus; VI, 264. — emcri- 
tus; VII, a58. — funestus; ib. 355. 
— geminus; VI, 269. — iste obruit 
gentes; VII, 389. — justus; IX, 293. 
-«- nefandus^ X, i5o. — paratus; V, 
749. — peractusj VII, 299, ^- sce-» 
leratus; IX, 1047. — relictus; VI, 
149. — . secundus; IX, 4 : ib. 596 : X , 
53a. -^ segnior; IV, 58a. — subduc- 

tus; VI , a5o. — vagus; ih. 679 

MarUs Kox^xOT'y VIII, 364. — amore 
seiDper in arma; IV, ify]. — cum 
gentibus caus» ; X , 171. — discrimen j 
V, 7a3. •— frons; VIII, aao. — ad 
mcenia hxsuri; III, 453. — miile pe- 
ricula; I, 399. — prima; V, 3o8. — 
semina; VI, 395. — dubii discrimen; 

IV, 770. — Hiberi discrimina ; III , 
336. — Martem ad Hiberos uonver- 
tere; II , 629. — agit ; IV, a. — pati ; 
VIII, 382. — transferre; X, 535. — • 
Idbyes primi vidimus; I, a55. — jlfar- 
te feroces; II, 590. -— subactus; VII, 
6i3, 735 : VIII, 144. — «quo; IH, 
585.— • detectolacessere; X, 346. — 
jiruento cessa vit ;' IV, a4 . — Ulo ; VII , 



a48 



MAT 



i33. — nuUo coacti; III, 91. — Poe* 
110 ohttMu» ; i6. 35o. — secundo uti | 
IV, 338. — subducto , ib, fyj. — «ib 
adTcrto jacere; 1 , 3o8. 

Marsus ager; IX , 790. 

âfanjra celer, descendeiis rectis ri- 
pUj UI, ÎI07. 

Martius ensis ; VII , 1 46. 

Mas unuft ; VIII , 4^* ~~ Marem 
aris admoTet ; 1 , 609. — Marts cullus 
rapurre; I, i65. 

Maua : massee pondera; VI , 4^3: 

VII, 753. 

Massagetes jejuiiia solvens ; III , 
a83. — Mastagetat adiiget; II, 5o. 

MâSSiha , Phocensium patria, 
profugorum colonia in Gallia JYar^ 
bonensi ( alieno in litore ) sooia Ho^ 
manorum, urht hibera^ III, 3o7, 34o: 
IV, 267 : V, 53.— Mastilienses neu- 
tri ut esse potsint bello civili , peUint 
a Cwsare^ III, 3o7 et teqq. — quod 
negat CUssar, eostpxe obsidet^ ib, 356.. 
-— lucus vicinus urbi a Cwsare, etsi 
trepidantibus militibus, abscindijus- 
sus; ib. 436. ^- ipso praseunte^ ib, 
433. ^^ Massiliensibus Itetantibus , 
ttindictanufue divinam sperantibus ^ 
ib, 446- — ^ eorum muros subi^er- 
tendos Ceesariani omnibus modis la- 
borant y *Ă. 474* ^" *^'' eruptione mu- 
nimenta omnia , el machinas Rom, 
incendunt ,• ib. 498. — post commit- 
tunt omnes spes suas certamini na- 
uali^ ib, 5 16. "- ut habiles naues re- 
gique faciles habentes, et ipsi periti 
rei navalis ţ ib. 553. — Massilien- 
sium pugna navalis cum Ccesarianis^ 
ib. 538 et seqq. — victif ib. 752. — 
eorum constematio ^ ib, 756. — 
Massilice Phocidos imdas^ IV, 257. 
— donat Phocis^ V, 53. 

Massylla gens ora virga flectit; IV, 
682. 

Mater Antxi terra j IV, 61 5. — 
exigit brachia ad planctus ; II, 23. — 
obscoena; X, 78. — Mairis e san- 
guine permixtiu'a domos, 11, 333. — 
fecunda; gloria fratres; III, 6o3. — -. 



MEA 

Matrem perosa| VI, 699. — snu» 
conterruit infans; I, 563. — Matres^ 

VIII, i54t — jacuere in reguro iha- 
lamis; ib, 4o5. — in prslia bortantur; 
VII, 370. — miserx;Il, 38. — •«- 
natus; V, 3o6. •«- Matrum Jnstra; 1, 
3a8. — pectoribus rapti ; III, 35i. — 
planctua; ib. 757. -^ sola; VIII, 648. 

Materia laudis , conjux luiser ; VIU, 
76. — veni»; ib. i37. — Materia 
rudi; U , 8. — carens flamma; X, 
5o3. — nulla vetante; I, i56. 

Materna vis dum inerat; U, 338. 

Matini buceta ; IX, i85. 

Matrona frontem preniens;II , 358* 

— per urbem rapiiur ; I, 676. — cul- 
tus deposuit ; II, 28. — nostra ; X, 67. 

Maturata vespere; VI, 34o. 

Maturus uterque aderat; X, ^ii. 
-I- MaUiralues^ 1, 645. — mors; IX, 
834. — puguae classica petunt; II, 
597. — fau; VU, 668. -* toxica; 

IX, 8ai. 

Matutinos radios; III, 52 1. 

Maurus dubius; VIU , 283. -— In- 
do concolor ; IV, 679. — ludit ia Los- 
pite fixo; X, 4^5. — victor; IV, 784. 

— Mauri levis lancea; I, 210. — 
Mauris regna contermina; IX, 3oo. 
— - ab occiduis ; UI , 294. 

Maurusia robora ; IX , 4^6. 
Mausolea indigna; VIII , 697. 
Mavors agitans Bistonas ; VU , 569. 

— habet ventos, etc. X, 4o6. 
Maximus aevo Arruns; I, 585. -— 

conjux; VIU, 94* — ductor; ib. ySg, 

— gentis; IX, 101 4- — Lortator; ib. 
549-^- timorum leti roeius; I, 460. 
-— Maxime Caesar; X, 85. -~ Romani 
eloquii auctor ; VII , 63. — - Bomani 
noniinis rector; I, 359. •— Maxima 
merces; II, 655 : X,.4o8. — • pars; 
VII , 4?» 656 : X , 1 23. — pars pugnae ; 
VII , 693. — pars turbas ; ib, 84 J : X , 
4o2 . — Maxima monimenta; VIII , 807 . 

Mazax sagittas Medorum a^uat; 

IV, 681. 

Meatus acris ; IV, 327. — anhelus ; 

V, 191. — aversus; IX, 668. — 



MED 

Meatu liber; IX, 453. — Meatus 
lunxţ ib, 6, 693. — suos signa dese* 
ruere; I, 663. — tani crebros Oceani 
movet; I, 418. 

Medefl expavit nefas ; IV, 556. — 
advexit herbas j VI, 442. — Medew 
fraterjX,466. 

Medicamine croceo crincm tia- 
gentcsj IU, 238. 

Mediaatus ignis; IX, 91 5. 

Medicina modum excessit II , 143. 

Medicus : Medica agmina ; II , 49- 

— rura;Vm,368. 

Meditalus Leucadaj V, 479* ^~ 
Meditată fugam juTentus^ ib. 323. 

Medium ( aliquem ) arctare; IV, 
627. 

Mediat axis; X , aSo ,287. — Boo- 
les; ib, 289. — campus; VII, 348. — 
collis; IV, 33. — belii Tulnera exci- 
piam; II, 3i i. ^~ Crassus belii niora ; 
I, 100. — dies;!, 16 : VI, 571 : 
IX, 606. — furor; X, 7a. — gurges; 
IV, 18. — liraes; IX, 862. —-se por- 
rigit moDs; II, 399. — orbis; V, 544» 
547 : VI, 48a : IX, 532. — pontus; 
I, a6o : IV, 45o. — venter; III, 724. 
'—Media longae vitse mora est; 1,458. 
— Libye;IX, 386.— iiox;X, 333.— 
rabies; X, 7a. — ratis; V, 43a. — 
Thes5alia;VIII, 44o.— valli^; VI,34a. 

— Medium ; V, 46. — aequor ; VIII , 

l85:IX,a84,494- — agmen;IV, 778. 

— bellum;VII, aai. — caelam; IX, 
543. — forum; VI, 3a4. — mare; X, 
5io. — pectus; III, 655 : IX, 658. 
o^in mediunu dare hostem ; VII , 366. 

— compellitur; IX, 53o. — tenere; 
IV, 65a. — Medium pelagi; VUI, 
a49-^-a medio regna terminant; IV, 
673. — in medio orbem tenere ; 1, 89. 
—^Medice confinia terrx ; III, a75. 
•— Medii maris tantum ; ib. 538. — 
Medium tenuere profundum; ib. a. 
^~ Mediam Italiam erigit; II, 396. 

— virgulta molem suspendam ; III , 
397. —~ Medium sub axcm nobesco- 
gcns; ib. 69. — in diem stf^llae venere; 
1 , 537. — in peclus pila rencrc; III , 



MED 



249 



598. — Medio Campo tumulum to!- 
lerc; II, a22. — mundo inciimbere 
nubes ; IV, 69. — Olympo Titan ca- 
pul ferrct; I, 54©. — Media Borna 
cubilia posuisse; I, 56o. —Talie; IV, 
l58. — Medio concurrit poctore fer- 
rum ; III , 588. —> congesta foro colla ; 
II, 161. — periere îveiOj ib. 190. • — 
e Campo conswgere; I, 58o. — Phoe- 
bus in ,axe; III, 4^3> — in senalu 
bclla peraguntur; I, 691. — in ag- 
mine conspectus; ib. 245. -— Medii 
agri; VI, 47* — anni; ib, 610. — 
campi; VIII, 4^. — fluctus; V, 670 : 
X, 487. — furores; V, 4o4' — SJ^^ j 
VI, 87.— bostes; VII, 590. — ignes; 
VIII, 159. — ignes caii; VI, 337. — 
morbi; ib. 99. — rogi; ib. 534» — 
vultus; IX, 674. — Medice aestates; 
X, a3l. — aquae; VI, 675. — cater- 
va; ib. 18a : VII, 545. — fauces; 
VI, 239. — arena; V, 489 : IX, 607. 

— procella; V, 583 Sabina; I, 

118.— Syrtes; IX, 3oi. — tenebra; 

V, 220. — unda; VIII, 719 : IX, 
laa, 610. —urbes; IX, 686. î—ATc- 
dia fau ; VI, 3i3. — pralia; X, i85. 

— Tenena; IX, 897. — Mediaş ros- 
tris oppone carinas ; III , 56i. — le- 
ges perumpere ; I, 3aa. — terra» ma- 
re litora fecit; III ,61 . — Medios poo 
tem distendtt in agros ; IV, l4o. — in 
furores belii ire; II, 523. — super 
lacertos ense ferit; III, 666. — Me~ 
dias in acies veniam; ib. 3i. — undas 
maris depellatur; II, 665. — Mediis 
sedent convallibus ar va ; III , 38o. — 
in undis vulnus invenit; ib. 582. 

Meduanafl, 4^8. 

Medalia arbori»; IV, 3 17. — Me~ 
dallce durescunt; VI, 539. — cervi; 
ih. 673. —desueta; ib, 753. — leto 
gelida; VI, 639. — nigra; IX, 93o. 

— putrcs; ib. 78$. — sole incocta;. 

VI , 546. — Medullas abluit; ib, 668. * 

— cârpit; IX , 741. — sorbcre; VII , 
843, — uiitflamma ; V, 81 1. — Me- 
dullis plcna ossa ; VIII , 787. 

Medus: Medij VIE, 5i4. — feli^ 



n5o 



MEM 



ces{ yil, 44^* — Medorum reraota 
(lomus; VIII, a 16. — sagittx^IV,68o. 
— sedet j VIII , 299. — Medos ezar> 
mant; ib. 386. — - movent faU; ib. 
3o8. — Medis coocurrent anna \ ib. 
326. 

Medusa hoc habet infelix^ IX, 636. 
— • quem mori est passa; i^. 639. ^- 
sazifica; ib. 670. — tabe stillans; ib. 
697. — Medusa arma; ib. 6a6. — 
GoJla- flagellabaDt anguct; ib. 633. 

Me^cBra^ VI, ^Zo. •— Megceram 
Lorruit; I, 577. 

Mei sparsum ; IX , !i9o. 

Melos; VI, 374. 

Meleagrea Calydon ; VI , 365. 

Melibcea fortb; VI, 354- 

Melior cessisse; VIU, 38 1. — sna- 
dere; ib. 483. — hortando Tulgoj 
VII, 249. — locnsj ib. 817. — Me- 
Hor causa; IV, aSg : VII, 349: VIII, 
94.'— mihi fidea vestra; V, 348. — 
fortuna; II, i33. -— sors classi; IX, 
33o. — - Libya; ib. 370. — riaţ ib. 
394. — tcrra; ib. 946. — Melioris 
mariti toris; II, 3^9. — Meliores 
ocrvi; VII, i4i. -^ Meliora signa; 
II,53i. 

Melius Dii; U, &37 : III, 93. — 
Fortuna, dedisses sedem: I, ibi. — 
quod juliere plura erubuit; III, 111. 
— ma uşura j VI, 349. — manum au- 
divcre; III, 593. — pirat» fient; I, 
346. 

Membrana strlngeos ulerum; IX, 
773. — cerastie; VI, 679. 

Membrum : membra cadnnt; VII , 
623. — fluunt ▼enis; IX, 814* — la- 
bant^ VIII, 60. — natant sanie; IX, 
770. — periere; ib. Q\\. — recum- 
bunt strae^ VIII, 767. — • aegra; ib. 
87. —defecta; IV, 600. — fractasub 
pondere; II, 188. — ^flusa; VII, 3o5. 
• — languida; III, 9. — magni^ IX, 
59. — modum egressa; ib. 794. -— 
morientia; V, 278. — nimiaputrida; 
II, i4i. — Pompeii; X, 38i. — po- 
puli; IX, 25. — semiusta; ib, 3. — 
senatus; ib. io4B* — mint patres; V, 



MEN 

37. — virij X, 23. — Membroruf» 
numere, modo; I, 563. — Membret 
carpentis; II, I20. — contendit; III, 
624. — dejecit ales; VII, 84©. — dn- 
cis horror perculit ; 1 , 193. — in sna 
reditursB ; III , 43 1. — olenles favillae; 
VI, 537. •— omnia fata tulerunt; III, 
646. — poauere in toris ; VII , 763. — 
premit rigentia; II, aS. -^ regentes 
anim»; VI, 629. — -tollere; IX, 487. 
-^ in membra cucurrit cruor; VI, 
761. "-o diyersa meautis animae discur- 
sus; III, 640. — per membra se le- 
vat; VI, 766. — super membra; II , 
386. — * Membrii aequata Tulnera ; ib. 
177. — caris incubuit; VI, 565. — 
implicitis subsldere; III, 695. — con- 
stare yigorem ; III , 71 5. — spectatis j 
II, i85. — e membris; VIII, 73i. 

Memini , me lustrasse cadavera; II, ' 
169. — promissam diem; VII, 255. 

— Meminit mare; V, 109. — confcp- 
re; IV, 707. —- esse suos cives; VII , 
802 . — Meminere qualem ; 1 , 479. — 
Meminiise dasses; VIII, 26. 

Memnoniia regnis agmina deducens. 
Cyrus; III, 284. 

Memor capitis; VI, 379. — dolo- 
ri8;IV, 693. — fa ti; VIII, 10. — ge- 
neris; ib. 284* — praeteriti seoectusi 
II, 23i. -fundae; VIII, 458.— Jlfe- 
mores juris animi; IX, 9S. 

Memorabile exemplum; IV, 496* 

— nomen ; IX, 964. — piguns^iA. 994* 
Memorantibus si fides; VII, 191. 

— Memorandum bustum; V, 23i. — 
decus; III, 388. — Memorata per 

orbem numina ; IX^ 547* 

Memphisţ VIII, 478 : X, 33o. -^ 
^gyptia Figulum aquaret;!, 640.— 
barbara; VIII, 542. — secreta; VI, 
449- — adorat reges; X, 27a. — con- 
texerebiblos noverat; III, 222. 

Memphiiicus ensis; X, 5. 

Memphilis cjmba papyro cofiseri- 
tur; IV, i36. 

Mendax Magni tumulo; VIII, 872. 
•*- fabula; X, 282. 

Mens fuge partem belii; VII , 552. 



^ 



MEN 

avida belii j VI, ag. — Catonis; IX, 
18. — consciaj VII, 784. — i'ugae; 

IX, 226. — hominum făli caeca^ II, 
i5. — notasset sigua ^ ^^H» 2o3. — 
hospitis; X, 14^. — ruendiprona^ I , 
461. — ista sit cunctis; III, 3a4. — 
pa vet j VI, 596. — prxsaga j IX, lao. 

— belii; VI, 4*4* — maloruiu pra- 
saga 5 VII , 1 87. — polluu sanie ; VI , 
457. — sa na militis; V, SoQ. — stetit 
in dubio; VII, 247- — tacita; IX, 
564. — trepida; IV, 701. — vesana ; 

X, 334* ^- Mends custodia; VIII, 
636. — gaudia; IX, io4o. — pondera; 
VIII, 280. — tumultos; VII, i83.— 
Menti est constantia; X, 490. — sux 
contraria faU; VII, 86. — stimulos 
addunt; 1 , 262. — MenUm fregere ; 
VIII, 33 1. — verterc facilis terror ; 
II, tfio, — duram deflectere ; III, 
3o4- — variam dant otia; IV, 7o4- — 
Mtnte agitant arma; VII, 767. — 
concepti tlmores; VI, 669. '— gerit 
tumores ; X , 1 00 . — labantem dirige ; 
II, 244* — maloi*um certa; III, Sy. 

— pugnae propinqui ; VI , J . — Jlfente* 
ad summa paralx: IV, 536. — ad- 
suetae sceleri; V, 371. — cupientes 
omuia ; VII, 754- — doctae; IX , 295. 

— dubix; V, 266. — regum variae^ 
VIII, 163. — Mentes cepit oblivio; 
X, 4o3. — componite; IX, 38o. — 
concutere; IV, 236. — c«de feras; I, 
354» — trepidas levet spes^ I, $23. 

— MenUbus occurrit major; I, 4^* 
•— erat solamen; VII, 180. 

Menta lauu; IV, 376. •-* MenscB 
festae ora imposuit; II, i23. — • in- 
cumbere; X, 4^*— Punerea poscunt 
exta; VI, 557. — bumana; ib. 116. 

— Menaas ab orbe petivimus; IX, 
43o. — priores adspernata fames; I, 
i63 

Menstruus consul fastos distiuguit; 

399- 

Mensura asquoris secandi; VIII, 
168. <— > baec timoris fuit; III, 100. — 
juris vis erat ; 1 , 175.-— yiarum ; IX , 
846. 



MER 



201 



MenUmur Jovem regnare; VII, 
447' — Mentiri per voces dominis; 
V, 386. — Mentita Fholoebiforniera 
populum; III, 198. — virgas toxica; 
IX, 821. — Mtntitis victum Thesea 
telia; II, 612. 

Meo : meant signa; IX, 533. — 
Meantis animae discursus; UI, 640. 

Merces, pretiumque; IV, 220. — 
armis fuit; IX, i5i. — bellorum^ 
VII, 3o3. — connubii sobole^; II, 
33o. -— laborum; I, 34o : IX, iioi. 

— maxima; II, 227, 655. — sceleris; 
V, 286. •— > ubi maxima , ibi fas ; X , 
4o8. — pro sanguine; VII, 738. — 
scelerum; ib. 610. — Af erced!w tantae; 
Vin ,.10. — Meroede hac placent ; I , 
38. — laboris rapta; V, 33 1. — ma- 
gna Ticti castra petunt; II, 255.— 
dicere; VI, 763. -*- non parva dabit 
ora ; IX , 280. — quanta fnerent po- 
tentis; VII, 751. 

Mercuriut citharte , et paloBslrce 
auctor; IX, 661. 

Mereo : merent «re; X, 4o9« — 
Meruit de Ccsare pejus; IX, 1066. 

— faiis letum ; VII , 595. — etse ne- 
fas; VIII, 549. — toc cruor; 1 , 3oi . 

— nomen; IX, 597. — quod rex; ib. 
1070. — -fildem; III, 4^6. — Sulla; 
II, 222. — timeri; V, 3 18. — Jlf^- 
ruistis Titam; IX, 272, 276. — Afe- 
mere quum nondum duces; II, 60. 

— Dei venlam ; IV, 123. •— nasci ; 
VII, 64a. — Meruerunt, quidquid 
pendere; II, 3 1 3. — Aferere in plebe 
castrorum ; VI , i44* *~ Meruisse sic 
longa sxcula; II, 117. — Merentes 
reges; V, 49. 

âfereor : meretur de quo male; V, 
582. — Elysios nulla Tbessalis; VI , 
698. — Romam; X, 359. — Meren- 
tur bene de vobis; VI, 718. — ignota 
pietat«; VI, 495. — Mereri majora; 
IX, 275. — parvi caedem potuere;II^ 
X08. -— Meritus nomina famae;X, 
544» ' — rapinas ; IX , ^o. — Merita 
bene terra; VIII, 125. — iram Les- 
boa; ib. i35. •— Meritam sacra nu- 



a53 



MER 



men ; IV, 4oi • — Meriţi Potbini poe- 
naej VII, 771 : X, 5i5. — Merita 
poenaej V, i58. 

Mergo : mergis flamrons in viscera ^ 
V, 1 76. — Mergunt rates «quore pi- 
nus; 111 , 53 1 . — Mersit omnia regum; 
VIII, 609. — Teruin pulvero; IX, 
577. — p una palus fluniina ; IV, 99. 

— Mersere caput signaţ VII, i63. — 
populos belii seminaj I» l^» — Mer- 
gatn corpus Mareotide^ IX, i54* — 
Mersis^et si quid arenisţ 111, 698.^- 
Afcrgens terras fluclus ţ V, 75. — 
Mergcnti sidera caelo propior ; IV, 54* 

— Mergentes mori gaudeiit; III, 696. 
— !■ Mergere se ^ IV, 298. — Mersura 
caput alia; VI, 8. — Mergilur antris ; 
V, 159. — - pars classis; III, 754. — 
uudis^ VIII, 174. — Merguntur in 
aequore classes ; X , 496* "~- "^ "^''' 
gantur ubulis bxrent^ IU, 688. -* 
Mergi profundo ; IX, 54i* — totam 
ArctOD noo adspicit; UI, ^5i, — vi- 
sus Uasmus j VI 1 , 1 74 • — Mersus cor- 
pore j IX, 796. — foret profundo ; 111 , 
636. — Pboebus ; IV, a8a. — Mersa 
formidoj VII, a4®' — carina; III, 
63a. — Merso in robora ferro ^ ib. 
435. — Mersi agri ; IV, 745. — nocte 
furoresţ VII, 170.— sulei non fc- 
runt pabula ^ IV, 90. — Mersa flu- 
mina j VI , 46. — secum trahere ; Vil , 
655. 

Mergus amat siccum^ V, 553. 

Meritam^ VIU, ^So, — ingensj 
IX, 885. — immane, ib. xo4i« — 
Potbini est Pompcius ^ X, io3. — vilej 
IX , 1027. — parate j ib. 282. — Me- 
rito indignum est; VII, 73. — Merita 
tot mea; VIII, a35. — pro meritis 
boc precari; VU, 68. 

Meroe^ X, i63. — arensj IV, 333. 
— cxtendat umbras; X, 237. — fe- 
cunda nigris colonis ^ X , 3o3. •— Me~ 
roen pressit Pbosbus^ X , aSi. 

Merum excepern j X, 161. — Me- 
ro madidus; ib. 396. — vesana regia ^ 
VUI,4oi. 

Merx : mercis indiga; VIU, 44^* 



MET 

— Eo» muta tor ; VIU , 854; — Mer- 
cern aspida fecimus; IX, 707. 

Messis vicina; X, 168. — 'Messe 
plenx carinx; VI, io5. — Messes 
exurit; IX, 433. — Messibus longin- 
quis Hesperiam complerunt; IU, 66. 

Meta inofiensa j VIU , 201.— Me- 
tis Herculeis aufertur gloria; UI, 278. 

Metailum fugit; IV, 223. ^~ Me- 
talic curvata robora ; IX, 364« — 
Metalla silicum; IV, 3o4. — MeU^- 
lis plena castra; Vil, 74o. -*- saxa 
avulsa ; VI , 34* — ab aurifcris cxire ; 
IU, 209. 

Metator audax; I, 38a'. 

Metaurus vclox;lI, 4^5 . 

Met EL LI familia nobili^ Rom. 
pro exemplari virtutis ,• II , 543 : VU, 
583. — proles. Cornelia^ VIU, i^io: 
IX, a77. — MeteUus Creticusţ UI, 
i63. — trib. pi. Ctesari, pecunias ex 
cerario sumere volenti obsistit^ ib. 
II 5. — ejjus ad Ccosarem verba^ ib. 
ia3 el seqq. ->— Cassaris responsiQ , 
qui cum ira sua indignum dicit ; ib. 
i34 et seqq. 

Metior : metiris arena s ; X, 3o8. 

— Medtur areuas; IX, 7o5. «— litora 
gressu 'f V, 556. — Metiri regna ; VUI, 
5a7. — terras oculis; VI, 3a. — 
Mensus se A el Romani; VIU, 346. 
-— Menso, quid fata palerent; U , i35. 

Meluo : metuis poenam ; VUI , 78j(..* 

— quem ; X , 38a'. — r ruinam ; VUI , 
55i. — Metuit clades; ib. 579. — 
desccndere; V, 67. — gentes; VIU, 
5o8. "^ Metuunt, ne non; UI, 4^^* 
\I[, 96. — tumultus belii; X, 4^^* 
•— volucres ramis inşister»; Ui, 407 • 

— Metuat quis calcare;, IX, 83). — 
Metuant emitt«re ; VI , 56o. — Me- 
tuensf IV, 778. — Boream; VI, 34i. 

— consistere; V, 128. — domini B o*- 
mâ ; VII, 373. — fuluri senectiis; UI, 
233. — ne labaret; VU, 5a i. — non 
arma; VUI, 593. — pelagi pirata; II, 
578. — răpi; IX, 48a. — timeri; FV, 
7 19. — ultorem ; X , 4^^*"~' Metuen- 
Us aera pcunx ccrvi; IV, 4^^* "^ b^" 



MIG 

nesj VI, 666. — ignes; IX , S^S. — 
Metui poterat;t6. io85. — Metuen- 
da lux; V, 63o. — opum faculus ; 

IV, 817. — viris non est mors; VIII, 
396. — pali^ VII , 106. — qua relin- 
quant incerţi j 1 , 49o> 

Metus atque labor par; I, 283. -— 
et spes; Vţ, 4 '9* """Cst, necduni iile 
dolor; II, a;. — absit; IV, 4^7. — 
attonitus; VIII, Sgi. — cineruni; ib. 
8o5. — emitur j III, 67, — leti maxi- 
mus timorum; I, 4^0. — lymphatus; 
VII, i86. — premit; VII,34i. — re- 
gni; ib, 386. — segnis; IV, 700. — 
stimulans; VI, 4^3. — tectusţIX, 
389. — Metus degeneris Tenia est; 
III , 1 49. — ■ expers ; II , 290. — Me- 
tum seusit Magnus ; II, 698. — MeUi 
attonitus ; VII , i34« — ai*ma subegi ; 

V, 662. — diriguerc; 1 , 246. — duo- 
toris revocantur; I, 356. — majora 
venient; I, 635. — Parthorum sub- 
ducta pubes; II, 47^. — strata urbs; 
III, 390. — tacit» vadentem videre ; 
16. 81. — Metus agitant graviora ; II , 
225. — xquorei; IX, 447* — **""* 
gunt animos; X, 44^* — vicere artis 
opem; V, 645. — cerţi; VI , 597. — 
Metus et spes moTere; VII, aii. — 
ferre; ib» l38. — praevenit Medusa; 
IX , 640. — solvent prospera belii ; V, 
782. — suos exsolvit turba; IV, 259. 

Meus ^neas; IX, 991. —~ est mi- 
les; IV, 704. — Pompeius; VIU, 633. 

— esse non vuit; V, 35 1. — Meum 
est , monstrare ; VII , 739. — est nihil ; 
ib. 666. -^bellum; VIII, ^.'- Me- 
um te faciet civile bellum; III, 34. 

— Mei thalami; VIII, gS. — Afeo- 
rum manus ; VII ,285. — Metx mor- 
tes; ib, loi. — Mea litora; V, 790. 

Mevania se explicat; I, 473. 

Micat para fibrarum; I, 629. — 
Micant novi fontes; IV, 3oo. — stra- 
to; X, ia3. — tela; VII, 320. — 
Micuerunt fulgura sereno ; 1 , 53o. — 
semina ; VI , 395. <— Micent ful mina ; 

IV, 78. 

, Migrans Bessus; V, 44^* 



MIN 



253 



Miles , an dux; IX, 4o2. — non 
dux; VII, 87. -—non, sedexemplum; 

III, 730. — antiquus sacra imagine; 
VII, 357. — Caesari*; VI, 296. — 
(Cicero] silentia passus; VII, 66. — 
durus; IX , 734. — erit dux relictis 
viribus ; X , 391 . — fessus tentoria re- 
petit ; III, 496. — arenis lassatnr ; IX, 
296. — Hesperius ; VIII , 826, -»- ia 
rupes nititur; IV, 37. — in praedam 
ducendus; VII, 736. — - in illis cas- 
tris senior; II, 56 1. — praelia rnens; 

IV, i5i. — melior cessisse, quam 
pellere ; VIII , 38 1 . — - ne non fugeret; 
VII , 671. — nullo ab boste obsessus; 
IV, 95. — spoliato pectore tutus ; IV, 
382. — • oper» secundx; Vlll, 676, 

— Parthus; VIII, 323 : IX, 267. — 
praelia committat; III, 325. — premit 
cubile; VII, 762. — radiatus ab ictu 
solis; ib. 214. — Romanus; I, 5i5. 
^- sceleratus; III, i3o. — senatus; 
VII, 84*'^spoiisore salutis egct; IX , 
393. "— sub quolibet iUe triumphet ; 
I, 342. — timet;IV, 182. -^ Tra- 
chiuius ; III , 178. — tuus ubique ; I , 
ao2. — ^valet membra toUere; IX , 486. 

— foro constitit; I, 236. — Militis 
usum habet ; III , 719. — Milite auso ; 
I, 322. — defesso cratem rupit; IU, 
485. — me vincat; U, 322. ^-^ nume- 
rato cflusis telis ; IU , 285. — -> prono 
acceptum ; 1 , 39a. — telis nudato ; IU , 
670. — cum subito; I, 3*12. — Mili- 
tes salutant suos; IV, 173. 

Milidce pietas ; IV, 499* 

Miile gladii; II, 11 5. — carinx; 
IX, 32. — nurus; VUI, \oi, — pup- 
pes, et duces; ih, 272. — turmae; VI, 
x4o. — pericula Martis; I, 299. — 
vota; VII, 238. — vulnera; ib. 6o3. 

— tot; IV, 470» — miseri vulgi ; U , 
208. 

Millesima conjux; VIU, ^ii. 

Miloni poUuto; II, 4^0» — Milo- 
nem reum clauserunt; I, 323. 

Mimas ,* VII , 45o. 

Mince belii j V, 1 08. — bellorum f 
V, X95. — Euri; ib. 608. — • generi; 



a54 



MIN 



IX , 1 086. — pelagi 5 V, 578. — Ucitap ; 

VI, 49^- — ▼•«>» tumuere; II, 5; 3. 
— • victoris; VIII, 838. — undarum ^ 
V, 454» ^— Minas perdit j IX , S^o. 
— Minit , precibusque^ V, 4^* 

Minax iriTadit Ariminuin; I, 33 1. 
— - «rcu; VII, 5i5. — Catilinaţ VI, 
793. — Dodis j IX , 835. — Torquato 
mit; VI , 286*. — curia j I, 067. •— 
unda; V, 566. — Minacem flagrante 
cauda Scorpion incendit^ I, 658. —~ 
Minaci vultu ferrum popoicit; II, 
509. — torva; V, 2i3. «— cum ter- 
rore pugnat fides j II , 453. — Mina- 
ces milites; IV, 280. — ocnli ; VII, 
291. — superi; I, 5a4» — vultus; 

IV, 164, 238. ^- hostili de parte Te- 
nas Tidet; I, 6ai. 

Minerva Cecropis fronde praelata ; 
III, 3o6. — Minervam Trojanam vi- 
disaeţ I, 598. 

Minimus sanguit; VII, 383. — 
Minima part domus; Xy 44^* ^~ -^'^ 
nimum Uquoris; IX, 5o4* -— ' terrc; 

V, 467. — virtutis ; IV, 557. — Tirus ; 

IX, 776. — tăcere; ib. 939. -^ Mir- 
nimas rerum discordia turbat; II, 
373. 

Minister populus; X, 137. -^Mi- 
niştri sceierum £ldi; VI, 573. — suc- 
ciocti; I, 613. — Ministros rege» 
abstulerat Magno; VIII, 307. 

Ministrat aquas; X, 160. — tela ;' 

VII, 574. — virus; VI, 669. -^ 
Minislrant tela ratiJbus; III, 691. 

Minoia Creta; UI, i63. — tecta; 
V, 406. 

Minor : minatur mihi jugum ; IX , 
337. — quidquam plaga; IX, 740. 

— se ipsc hosti; VI, 173. — tibi jam; 

X, ICI. — Minantur fatum; IX, 
61 5. — pelago flumina se subducere; 
V, 337. — sibi fata manum; VII, 463. 

— Minentur Dei dadem ; III , 36. — 
Minori lapsum; VI, x36. — torpo- 
rem calo; IX, 647. — Minantis vox 
saeva ; V, 364. — Minantes triste gla- 
dii judiciura ciuxere; I, 33o* •— > le- 
tum berbx ; VI, 1 13. — piuus^ VII , 



MIS 

45o. --^ Minantia pilis pila canimus ; 
1,7.— pinnis tabulata; IV, 4^^* "~ 
pugnam signa; VI, 9. 

Minor genero C«sar ; VII ,611.-— 
te aolo; 16. 718. — Minore colic cas- 
tra ievat; IV, 17. — Minor fati fa- 
ma; IX, 753.— fortuna; V, 5o6. — 
lux; VIII, 469» — misero Fortuna; 
VII, 686. — rupta puppe Argo; II, 
717. — ursa; VIII, 177. — Minores 
poeme morte; ib, 646. — sleli»; I, 
535. — Minora iată ; VI, 6o5. 

Minuere labores; VI, io3. 

Minutius : Minuti castella ; ^VI , 
136. 

MinfCB gen» cognita remis; VI, 385. 

Mir abile dictu ; V, 673. 

Miracula gentis ; IX , 933. — mnlta 
fati; ni, 634. — pr«bere; IV, 4^5. 

— tăcere; X, I96. 

Mirator Gatonis; IX, 807. -— fii- 
mae; ib. 961. ^- Miratrix sui yetus- 
tos; rV, 655. 

Miror : miratur malum ; II, 38. •— 
Mirantur peremptum; VIII , 635. — 
vultus; VII, 177. — Mirări ortus 
Nili; X, 398. — virum; VI, 167. — 
Mirantibus ducibus; IV, 573. — Mi- 
ratus raoenia Bomae ; III , 90. — stei- 
las; IX, 13. — Mirata estjnTentus; 
III , 461 . — Soperos retustas ; 1^. 406. 

— Miraţi, umbra s non ire sintstras j 
ib, 348. — Miranda malorum sors; 
IX, 491. 

Mirum^ IV, 4^6. — trepidassej 
VU, i85. 

Misceo : miscet cxii facies discri- 
mina rerum; IV, io4« -~ praelia gao 
telo; VII, 5 10. — Miscemals» nexi- 
bus;. IX, 3 16. — floTii suos fostes 
pelago; V, 337. — Roman» acietma- 
nus; I, 683. — MiscuitArgo ignotas 
gentes; III, J94. — arvis; VII, 84^- 

— Ptolemaida ducibus; X, 69. — 
sanguine amnes ; X , 33. — secure» 
gladiis; V, 388. — toroa armia; X, 
75.. — Miscuimus gentes armia; IX , 
1077. — Miscebit numina flamma; I, 
38o. -~ Miscebunt fratres Tnlnera; 



MIS 

III , 354. — Misceat qux hora duces j 
"VI, 806. — tellusamnes; III, 258. 
— Miscuerii quid solo; IX, 6a i. — • 
Miscere arma; VI, 70. — damnata 
felicibus; IV, 36o. — gentem malis 
nostris; VIII, SaS. — gentes rulase; 
VII, 655. — licia telis; X, ia6. — 
plebi arroatos; l, 271. — prxlia; V, 
476. — quid juvat viris ; I, 88. — te 
Metellis; II, 545. — Miscens adversa 
secundis; V, a. — cuncta tumor; IX ş 
793. '—'Miscentes GaUorum nomen 
Hiberis; IV, 10. — Miscentibus vo- 
bis arma; VIII , 4^'* — MixturuM 
oasibus astra rogus; VII, 81 4* *"* 
Mixtura ruin» comites; III, 290. — 
Miscetur huc 9 VI , 67 1 . — morţi vi- 
la; ib. 754. — Misoentur fracta mem* 
bra sub pondere; II, 188. — in xthe- 
re voces; III, 54©. — manus; ib. 569. 

— quanto clamore cohortes; I, 579. 

— Miscebitur unda infusis venenis; 
I, 648. ^~ Mixtus Cancro Leo; X, 
210. — luctus; VII, 37. — Maaudro 
Marsya; III, 208. — mundus; IV, 
100. — sanguis; VIII, /^oS. — torus; 

VI, 458. — turbae; ib. 419. — Mixti 
generis foedera; IX, 1049* — Mixtum 
Hydaspen non sentit Indus; III, 236. 

— Mixto gurgiie; IV, 22. — Mixta 
Britannis Gallia ; III, 78. — turba; 

VII, 272. — Mixtum murmur; ib» 
45. — « Mixto pondere mundi ; II , 291 . 

— Mixti Garamante Marmaridx; IV, 
679. — MixUe in sanguine; VIII , 
5o8. — serpentes; IX, 896. — tra- 
bes; VII, i56. — Mixta malis ]aeta; 
VIU, 7o5. •— timenti foro castra; I, 
320. — vivis incoiidita corpora ; VI , 
loi . — MixtU ephebis senes armavit; 
III, 5 18. -— obliquo pectine remis ; 
m, 609. — sideribus sidera concur- 
rent; I, 74. 

Miser non fit morte; VIII, 632. 

— crede; X, 36i. — mundus; V, 
469. — Sabdlu»; IX, 763. — vulgus; 
VII,47« — Misera jnon; VIII, 569. 

— nrbs ; IV, 8o5. — Miserum est, vin- 
cere bello ; I ,. 366. — cadaver VI, 639. 



MIT 



255 



— ^i^m iiifantis fata; II, 107. — 
millia vulgi; II, 208. — Telonis dex- 
tra; III, 592. — Miserce raaculavit 
ovilia Bomx; III, 197. — soriis ju- 
ventus; II, 45. — Misero desint ro- 
bora; VIII, 738. — donat poenam 
mens ; VII , 784. — parenti ; III , 744. 
—-minor fortuna; VII, 686. — Mi- 
serum Argum; III, 736.— a misero 

exigit poenas; VUI, 22 Miseram 

in necem; VII, 416.— Miseri disira- 
himur; VIII, 586. — timcte; VI, 
817. — amici; VIII, 535. — • dentes ; 
IV,4i3.— naut«,-Vm, i73:IX,343. 

— parentes; III, 606. — patres; II, 
167 : III, 760. — Misens matres; II, 
38. — Miseris aaxUium dedit; IX, 
890. — cruorera store ; ib. 708. — de- 
dit gaudia ; ib. 946. — est fides reno- 
vata; IV, 204. — fides clausa; IX, 
246. — est mos; VII, 654. — invidet 
igne; VII, 798.— suspecta quies;IX, 
840. — reddite arma; ib. 848. — 
irasci; III, 449. — versant pugnam in 
pectore; VII, 765. — Miseros angit 
parente»; II, 64.— fuge; VIII, 487. 

— Miseros terras beUis eripe; IV, 
120. 

MiserabUe bustum; VIII, 816. -« 
exemplar ; IX , 832 . — fatum ; X , 4 1 1 . 

— fatum belii ; IV, 769. — nomen ; 
VII, 121. — vulgus; VI, iio. — vul- 
nus; VIII, 417. 

Miseranda domus; VI, 819. — * 
ducis rabies; II, 544' — Miserando 
con cita vultu; ib. 334» — funere Car- 
ras sanguine maculavit; I, 104. — 
Miserctndce yoces'y VII, 638. 

Miserere soceri; VII, 701. — Mi' 
sereri viventis;IX, 1061. 

Mitsile innumerum; VII, 4^5. — 
tergo repercussum; VI, 309. — tre- 
mulnm; IV, 681. 

Miteseere tractu sales; X, 257. 

Mitigal sibi asstatem umbra; X, 3o&. ' 

Mitis Atax; I, 4o3. — Jupiter; I, 
160. — Milior nulla ferarum; VIII , 
600. — ara; I, 44^* — Milissima 
sors regnorum; VIII, 4^^- 



aSG 



MOD 



Mittere in arma; IU, agS. — » in 
discrimina; II, 5gg, -— Uf Util longe 
caput^ YIl , 628. — non irrita tela; 
111, 7M. — portu rales; VIII, a6o. 
— Mitiehat limes; II, 709. — Misit 
diem in iEgypton ; X , 4^5. -^ lectos ; 
X , 273. — neraus voiucrcs^ VII , 836. 
— * Numidas Libye; i6. a3o. -«^ in pe- 
ricula timor^ VII, Xo4* — Pamasos 
mauusj III, 173. •— Misere tribu- 
tum;,III, i6a. — Miierat populos 
£os; IX, 544* — MitUt ad umbras 
caput; X, 393. — in sscula; VIII, 
608.— «■ MitUret oronia in casusj VII, 
a3g. — Miseris orbem sub leges, I, 
aa. — Misissem fratri caput tuum^ 
IX > 1071. — Misisse cum ferro in 
bellum; VIII, 390. — Mittens aquas 
per aequora; III, 176. — Missurut 
caput tuum in famulos; X, 4^3. — 
MUtiiur armis cruor; VI, 399. — - 
umbris tuis Tictima; X, 5a 4* -^ Mit- 
lentur medios in ignes ^ III , 35a. •— 
Mitli potuit iu famam; X, 533. •-- 
Mittendis telis rectum componite ; 
III, 717^ "^ Missus in Tanain; IX, 
751. — satelles; X, 468. — Missa e 
cantibus ira; IV, 553. — per orbem 
pax j 1 , 61 . -^ rali» ; IV, 43o. — sa- 
gitta; I, aSo. — Missi per viscera 
gladii; III, 748. -^ in turbam regni 
foedera ; 1 , 86. — Missa ex recessu ^ 
III , 477. — iacertis tuis pila; II, a6a. 

— Missis telis transigiturj III, 587. 
Mitylenceum valgus ; VIII , 1 09. — 

MiiylencBce iatebrx; V, 786. 

Mixtura Venerisj IX, 900. 

Mobile conaraen j IV, a86. — Mo^ 
bilibus arenis; IX, 4^- 

Moderainen par; V, 706. 

Moderalior Eurus ; IX ,118. 

Moderator equorum ; VIII , 199. 

Moderor: moderantur {u^amOljm.' 
pi; X, 199. 

Modestia Tuitus; VIII, r56. 

Modestus : modesta vota; V, 532. 

— Modestior anuis fractis ; VIII , 

476- 

Modicus civis; VII, 367. — iWo- 



MOEN 

dico colle; IV, 11. — fonie cădit; 
I, ai3. 

Modo ,• VI, 71 3. - Consul j VIII, 
33o. — defunctum cadaver ; VI , 6a 1 . 

— liber sit; X, 95. — noster miles ; 

VI. 717. 

Modus auro^ tectisve; I, i63. — 
crescendi; X, 33 1. — gladiis subla- 
tus; VIII, 4^^* "^ humanus; IX, 
794. — juris^iĂ. 191. — justuSyVm» 
193. — Oceani; V, 183. — • quis est 
scelerum; I, 334* — tumuli; VIII, 
799. — venti; V, 709. — viarum; 
IX, 847.--- vita; II, i3i. — Modum 
crescendi posuere; I, 8a. — - excessit 
medicina; II, i4a. — imposnit Bac- 
cho; X, 17a. — perdidit cades; VII, 
53a . — serrare ; II , 38i . — tormenti 
mutare ; III , 4B0. — prendente ; IV, 
ao. — Modoque numeroque ; I, 56a. 

— Modo quo natos, est amplexa; II, 
366. — quo prsiapsus; VI, 76. — 
stanţe; IX, 8o4* — parya serpens; IX, 
766. — Modos miile leti; UI, 689. 

Moenia ; IX , 397. ( de vallo) : VI, 
xa8. — H«monidum ; VI, 4^5. — 
plena; VII, 4i4* ^~ Romana; VIII, 
357. — Komx;VT, 76. — urbis; 

VII, 369 : X, 18. — > fessis dabun- 
tur; I, 345. *^ condita Gallis vicinis; 
I, a48. — pendent; I, a4. — tot 
rapta ; II , 653. — xquantes ; III , 456. 
— • starent; ib. 497- — calcans; X, 
546. — Campana tenuit; II, 393. — 
clausa conspicit; III, 373. — dones; 
ib. i3i. — ferro vertere; ib. 490. — 
finnant aggere; II, 45o. — festo lus- 
tro purgantes; I, 593. — ignibusrap- 
turus; 111, 99. — Lucae incoluit; I, 
586. — magna urbis; ib. X95. — per 
diversa fugit; II, 4^7* — reddent 
Phrjgibus; IX, 998. ~- Romae dese- 
niit; III, 398. — miratus; ib» 90. — 
subire; VIII, n6. — victor corri- 
puit; II, 99. — vicina complet; I^ 
468. — ad moenia basuri; IU, 453. 
-.— in mcenia Daas ducere; VU, 4^* 

— Moenibus agmen devolvit; U , 491 * 

— exiguis tuti; IU, 34 i.— extremis 



MOL 

juneţi agri^ I, $71. — urbis dlffîsus; 

x^ 439. 

Mosreo : mosret fata nepotis^ YI, 
790. — hospes ; VII ,190. — Moerete 
jubet; IX, io49> — Moerens exercitusj 
VIII, 735. — Mosrens Marcia; II, 
3i28 . — Graecia ^ ib. 1 64. — MoerenUa 
tcctej V, 3i. 

Moestus stat} VI, 821. — laborj 
VIII, i65. — noctis rex; VI, 740. 
-«- senex; VIII, 43a. — ululatus; V, 
J92. •;-». Moesta pro&tur ^ II, 337. — 
comes; VIII, 147. — Cynthia,- 16. 
7a I. — dies; V, 797. — facies; VIII, 
70. — ^ fama j V, 774. -^ quies; VII, 
36. — senectuBj II, 23a. — Mosstum 
cadaVeri VI, 776. — caput; ib» 6a5. 

— confine; ib, 649. — ^ oumeii ; VII, 
^99- -^ profundum ; V, 44a. — Moa- 
sU lugubria cultus; II, 365. — Moe- 
stăm barbam; II, 376. — lucem} I, 
a35. •— Moestum ca^nt} III, io. — 
Mcesto soDo; V, a44' — cum mur» 
mureai, 607. — Massice catervae; 
II, ag. -^ querelaej V, 761. — Mos^ 
sta loquutus; VU, 38a. — Deorum 
simulacra; III, t^i^, ^^ ora; VIU, 
a6i. — Tartara; VI, 78a. — tempora; 
V, 391. — Mc&sUor, quam si stares; 
Vm, 4a. •— Moestissima Tuitu ima- 
go; I, 187. 

lUoias cultro inducere; I, 610. 

Moles (de nave); IV, 453. — - et 
robora; VI, 173. — ardua; VIII, 
866. — Inarimes; V, lox. — maiis; 
ib. 6a5. -— pondera sua tenuit yado; 
II, 669. — strucu; VI, 19. — tota 
premit iUum; VI, 189. — Molis fas- 
tigia; II, 684* — exigux spatium ; 
X, 534. — magna: fragmine ; III , 493. 

— onus; VI, 433. — Molem aiterius 
capitis increscere; 1, 6a8. — mediam 
▼irgulta suspendant; III , 396. — > pro- 
funde invebit; III, 536. — ad molem 
stetit unda sequens; II, 214. *~ Mole 
iogenti templa revelli; III, 116. »— 
ruioc fracta membra; II, 187. — 
toU premit fortuna ; V, 756. — Moles 
compleniur; IV, 445* — MoUbus ge- 

11, Pars altera. 



MON 



aSj 



rendis firma; IV. 4>9> ""- ondas ob- 
struit; II, 66x. 

Molesta cura; VIII, 699. 

Molire bellum tumuitu; X, 37a. 

— Moliri ima parant; III, 489. 
Mollire flamma; VI , 1 x 4* — Mol- 

lita ferro juyentus; X, x33. 

Mollis sum visus; IX, 5o7. ^- 
auster; VII, 833. -^ lapsus; X, 3i5. 

— torus; V, 5ao. — Sopbene; II, 
593. — turba; VIII , 543. — Molii 
Tado undas rumpit; I, aai. — Molles 
tori; X, 353. — Zcphyri; IV, 4o5. — 
Mollia Nilo arvaj VIII, 5a6. — suc- 
co; IX, 627. — Mollior Apsus; V, 
46a. — - Mollius aequor; VIII, 98. — ^ 
arvum; IV, 3o8. 

Molliter admissum aequor; I, 4ai. 
Molossi ieyis ora; IV, 44^* 

— Mbmentum lucisy IV, 4^3. »- re- 
rum ; ib. 819 : VU, Xi8. — - non mo- 
menta, nec pondera rerum sumus; 
III, 338. •~> Momenta vos dedisse 
mibi; V, 339. — maxima daturus 
Marş ; IV, 3« •— suimna favoris ; 

III, 66. 

Moneo : monet famulos 'perferre 
dicta; X, 349. — Monetis quaecuo»- 
que; 1 , 63i . — Monebat color aethe- 
ris;II,7i9. 

. Moneta ( lonus ) fregit aurum ; VI , 
404. — MonetcB castrensis flamma; 
I, 38o. 

Monile decens; II, 363. 

Monitu Jovis; IX, 545. — ilfo- 
nitus errantis in aere pennae ; I > 
588. 

Monosci statione Circius probibet; 
1,408. 

Mons cavatus; IV, a95. ^- Casius; 
VIII, 470. — lumine gratus; ib. 463. 

— se porrigit; II, 399. — Montis 
declivia ; ib, 4a i * — juga ; VIII, 37a. 

— murmur; X, 3ai. — vertex; III , 
470. — ilf ontem damnarat sacris; VI, 
641. *— Monte exstructo quiescere; 
VIII, 695. — in adrerso haeret ades ; 

IV, 38. — Montes cxplicuere jugum ; 

YI>477» -^ «dyerMj IX, 449. -, 

11 



a58 



MOR 



nipti; m, 6^. — suinmi; VII, l35. 

— erexit; IX, 657. — pontut ixnmia- 
cet arenis; II , 664. •— mari oppotait; 
ib. 6ig. — circumdedit^ X, 337. — 
dubios; m, 7.^- inter nuda tos; III, 
4a8. — -> Montihus arbor procnmbit; 
ih, 5 ia. — subducta est Argo; II, 
717. — summis habitat; I, 4^* 

Moruirator ; IX , 979. 

Monstrifero tumulta ; II, 3. — 
Monttriftri sinus unde; Y, 6?o. 

Monstro : monstral cubile fera ca- 
niş; IV, 444- — senatum; VII, 678. 

— Thebas fabula j VI , 357 .— tole- 
rare ; IX , 588. — Monstrare merce- 
dem; VII, 789. — urbes -vix pote- 
rnnt ruinae; VII, 893. — Monstrante 
casu 3 V, 7 1 3. — Monstrantihus saxum 
nuUa est fides; VIII, 870. — Mons- 
traius a Deo finis j V, 1 io. ■— Mons- 
trati coTini rector ; 1 , 4^6. — Mons- 
tratum nomen ; VIU, 82a. 

Monstrosi bominum partus ; 1 , 56a. 

Monstrum fictum; VI, 436. — po- 
tens; ib, 635.—* Monştri caedes^IX, 
663. — ora; ib. 687. — socii; VIII , 
541 • — Monstrum boc genitor timult; 

IX, 645. — Monsira Deum; VII, 
17a.— doDius; VIII, 474* — exter- 
na; ib. 548. — infera; VII, 788. — 
Qocentia; IX, 910. — nova; X, 887. 

— pelagi; VI, 207. — quae forent; 
VII, 464. — regia; VIU, 618.-- 
fccit; IV, a45. — fereus orbis; IX, 
855. — in faciem ponere; IV, aSa. 

— jubet răpi; I, 589. — Monstris 
gaudet; VII , i83. — levare ter- 
ras; I"V,6io. — nocens iSEgyptus; X, 

474- 

Montana cohors ; VII , aa5. — ni- 
ycs wrcbant; IV, 5a. — Montanis 
fontibus exit gurges; II, 485. 

Monumentum : monumenta exbi- 
bet; IV, 498. — tenes; IX, 43. — 
cladis; VIII, 436. — rerum; VII, 
397 : VIII, 807. 

Monychus^ VI, 388. 

Mora blauda; V, 733. — cursus ; 

X, a46. -^ UUfera; Vm, 640.— 



MOR 

longa dabitur; V, 587. — mortis; IV, 
533. — belii raedius Crassus; I, 100. 

— Mora aeger; VII, a4o.— impa- 
tieos; VI, 4^« — Mora differretor- 
menta; V, 79a. — vinciiur una; III , 
39a. — Mor ce concordes; V, 635. — 
comipedis; IV, 76a. — ferri; VI, 
a 17. — • niacx; IX, looa. — scele- 
rum; V, 477* ^~ segnes; ib, (\\o, — 
Moreis rumpunt; ib, 635. ^- bello per* 
roittere ; VII , 338. — inseruisse^ VI , 
609. — Hcuisae miratur; ib, 7a6. — 
toile; I, a8i. — solvit belii; I, ao4' 

— cunctas pudoris fata rumpunt ; I , 
a64. *— majores in luce; I, ii5. — 
omnes lucis rumpe*; II, 5a5. 

Morbus egens; IV, ^ji.-^'Morbo 
ferrida pestis; VI, 96. — Morbi diri- 
munt.; ib. 99. -^ qua duxere; II, i43. 

— fluentes; VII, ^\1. — Morbis se* 
nectam finire ; V, a8a. 

Mordax : mordacibus curis ani- 
mum angit; II, 681. 

Mordeo : momordit Aulum dipsas ; 
IX, 788. — cbalybem; VI, 898. 

Moribundus labitur; VI, 86. 

Morior : nioreris tibi, non ducibus; 
I, a59. -— Mori cervice indomita; 
IX, 38o* — cxlo; ih, 854* — disce; 
V, 864. — . dolore; IX, 108. — felix 
est; IV, 5ao. — gcmeniem; IX, 887. 

— in isto ense; II, a65. — jussisse ; 
ib, ao9. — mergentes; III, 690. — 
negatum; VII, 677. — optaret; X, 
543. — posse satis est; II > 109. — 
non posse; VI, 7a5. — qua morte 
coepere; UI, 690. — quem pasia est 
Medusa; IX, 689. — scire; IX, aii. 

— tibi; VU, 691. — velle perdant; 
IV, a8o. — vuit turba libera; VII, 
3; 6. — Moriens ensem expulerit; VII, 
6a3. — Tulnera adfixit; IU, 708. — - 
probat se; VIU, 6a 1. — animus; ib, 
636. — sen^tus; VU , 697. •— manns; 
IV, 56o. — Morienlis dextra magis- 
tri; IU, 599 facies; VI,' 759. — 

Morientia membra; V, 378. -— ora ; 
VII, 609. — Moriturus; ib, 33. — 
felix in urbe eyersa;!!, 74» '^Mori* 



MOR 

ture, paras ire in belii furores; II> 5a4' 
Morar fata; "VII, agS. — quid 
plura^ II, 643. — Moralur oursus 
statione; X, ao3. — Morabor intst ^ 
YU , 88. — Morttur fortanam lan- 
guore; I, ăgB. — Morari fata; IV, 
â5i. — parce; X, SgS.— ATorfl/w fati 
snprema locus; VII , 4^0. — Rhoda- 
nus^ VI, l\'jS.—^ Morantem Bomana 
fata regem; U, 58i. — Moranlia si- 
gna ; VII , 83. -^Moratus alnos vado ^ 
11,4^6. 

Mors noUes subducere; IV, 680.— 
in numero Deorum; V, 23o. — - ipsa 
vocata ; VI , 60 1 .— ipsa refugit viram ; 
ÎI, 75. — nihil «st; III, 40. — con- 
trahit membra; ÎX, 776.—- eat in tu- 
tiim; IX, a34*-~'eget telis vulsis pec- 
lore; VI, 23a. — eminuit; VII, 599. 

— est in ore ; VII , l3o. — longx vite 
media est; I, 4^3. — est ultima pcena ; 
Viii, 395. — - paratur cunctis poena; 
VII, 470. — recepti numinis poena, 
aut pretium ; VI , 1 7. — habet virtu- 
tis minimum; IV, 557- — subit; VI, 
53 1. — tempora pugnte tenuit; IV, 77a. 
-— certa; IX, 583. — cruenta^ IX, 
767. — de corpore extracta; IX, 936. 

— Deum dilata; VI, 698.— gentis; 
VII, 635. — liominum; VI, 56 1. — 
ignava; IV, i65. — flia tristior; IX, 
763. — incerta ; VIII , 297. — ista rapta 
arbitrio tuo; IX, 1059. — libera for- 
tuna; VII, 818. — matura ; IX, 834- 

— parata; V, 773: VIII, 3a. — po- 
tentis; IX, 170. — profana ; IX, 780. 

— cpierela digna; VII, 63o. — 8«va 
cucurrit; II, loo. — viros discrevit; 

III , 6o5. — una fastis accessit; III, 
197. — trmori est; III, 689. — vene- 
ni; IX, 758. — Mortis capaces ani- 
ma?; I, 4^ — copia; VI, 619. — 
extremom munaa; Vî, 734. — bo- 
nesta spes; III, i34 : X, 539. — ho- 
nos; IX, a 17. — honores ; VUI , 773. 

— bone; VII, 5o. — miscendae copia; 

IV, a83. — munus; VI, 724- — ora- 
cula; VI, 77a. — quantum; IX, 680. 
•— solatia ; VIII, 3 14. — »gn« gladii 



MOR aSg 

sequantur ; II , 1 1 5. — spes; VIII, 61 . 

— illas tenebras esse putat; III, 714. 
vicinia; VIII, 569. — unius tempore; 
U , 195.— ultima ; VIU , 665.— MorU 
accessit; IX , 753. — claudere oculos^ 
V, a8o. — dare terga; VI, i5a. — 
elige terras ; Vll , 711. — grata pia- 
cula; X, 46^» — *• irata; VI, 736. — 
niiscetur rita; VI, 754. — obluctata; 
III, 663. — non uni animam credidtt; 
III, 75i.— pereuntisparcere;!!, 180. 

— tuae sensumpost fata dentDi; VU, 
471. — Mortem accipis;IX, 817. — 
dare; VI, 770. «^ presserunt sxdera; 
VI, 608.— reposcit; VI,8ai. — sub- 
ducere odulis; VII, 673. — *• timere 
auri nescit amor; III, 118.— admor- 
tem ire coegi, II, 58a. — in mortem 
composita ; IX, 1 16. *— in mortem fu- 
gere; IX, io5. — Morte carent po- 
cula; IX, 616. — djlscussa fides; I, 
Z 19. — emerita tenet tela; III, 6aa.-« 
bac illum petit; VIII, 7o3. — immissa 
exsangues catervx; II, aoa. — lan- 
guida effigies; IX, io33. — Magnî 
perit; X, 519. — - minores poense ; VIII, 
646. — natoruln orbatus; II, 397. — 
non fit miser; VIII, 63a. — qui^em 
tracturus; IX, 671. •— relicta fugit 
lancea; III, 468.— • a morte nibil sensus 
animis relictum est; III, 39. -^ cum 
morte illis pax data ; IX, 898. — lenta 
luclans anima; III, 578. — in morte 
jacentes oculi; II, a6. — probaris;VlII, 
6a6. — Mortes cadunt; VII, 5 17. — 
boc meruere; I, 3oa. — insolit»; IX, 
736. — Libyca; IX, 707. — suorum; 
Vn, 100. — mortes posuistl limite; 
IX, 86a. — bic multas debet; II, 83. 

— tuas victori rapuere; II, 1 56. — tot 
habitura; VI, 583. — fertilis in mor^ 
tes^ IX, 6ao. — MorUbus impendisse 
lacrimas; VII, 618. — instruit artes; 
VI , 4S6* — ^0^ unam premere tellu- 
rem; V1I,848. 

Morsus anguis ; IX, 936. — dolore 
testatns; ib, 817. — luporum; VI, 
55a. — saevus; IX, 89a. — Morsu 
comprendit guttura ; VI , 727 . — fran- 



26o 



MOT 




gcrej VI, 114. — habent virus; IX, 
61 5. •-- maculato corpora contingi^ 
III , 348. — nibiginis scabri eDses ; I , 
a43.— - Morsus unei conyellere; III, 
699. — Morsus retinens ncrvusj VI, 
549. 

Mortale genus cum veutis compo- 
suit; III, 396. — ignar um sortis Deo- 
rum; HI, 319. — Moriales populij 
IX , 98 1 . — vetat optare oraculum ; V, 
106.— itfbrtâ/i&ziiplagam facere; IX, 
6o5. — ftollicitis curam addere; II, 5. 

— Mortalia casum habent ; II , 1 3 . •— > 
nulii Deo curata; VII , 4^4* 

Mos est; X, ia6. •— miseris est; 
VII, 654.—- ut mos; X, 400. — co- 
rn»; IX, 633. — palaestrae; IV, 61 4- 
— szvitix ; II , 1 79. — Morem sinistrum 
sacrorum repetistis; I, t{So'. — More 
patrio fu rit; X, 4i3.— Quiritis Ro- 
mani ; II , 386. — Sabino ; II , 368. — • 
de vetusto; T, 584 • — Mores quidquid 
nieruerint; II, 3x3. — rebus secundia 
cessere; I, ]6i. — externi; X, 4^4* 

— hi Catouis; II, 38o. — parcorum 
aTorum; III, i6i. — patrise yenturi; 

IX, 559.— undae; X, 339. — vulgi; 

X, 178. — Morum priotum numen; 
IX, 530. — Moribus seyi immunes; 
II, 357. 

Moschis adfinis; III^ 370. 

Molus ,• IX, 335. — carbasi ; V, 56 r . 

— ferri; VII, 378. — irarum; VII, 
385. — nemorum; V, 55i. — scele- 
rum; X, 335. — surgens; VI , 333. — 
poli; VII, 3oi . — procerum; V, 343. 

— Motus pavidi formido; II, 335. — 
Motu alio cucurrit flamma ; X , 5o i .— 
celer Cyllenius; I,- 663. — incerto si- 
dera discurrunt; 1 , 643. — muto lin- 
gua ferit aera; II, fSa. — terrae; III, 
418. — Motus primi Auror»; IV, 734. 

— truces; VIII, 808. — Motus ducis 
justos esse; I, 265. — fulminis edoc- 
tusjl, 587. — ingentes animo ceperat; 
I, 184. — senserunt squora; VIII, 
197. — non alios fata parabant; II, 68. 

— Senonum vidimus; I, 345. — Mo' 
tibus variia incwtus aer; IV, 49. 



MOV 

Moveo : moves causa meatus; I,. 
418. -— Movet. arma cervice; IX', 
479. — calidus corpora sanguis; I, 
363. *-^ cujus sit potentia; VII^ 281. 

— cura; ib. 3o8. — Graios vana fi- 
ducia; III, 358. -*- fibra venas; I, 
639. -— qnos Bellona; ib, 566. — si- 
gna; ib, ao5, ^1^ : VI, x3. — vox 
furorem; ib. i65. — Movent damna 
populos; III, x5i. — Medos fata; 
Vm, 3o8. — si fala; I, 644. — 3fo- 
vemus arma ; VII , 364- — opes po- 
pulorum; X , 383. -— Movebat cam- 
pum , reges , rostra ; VUI , 685. — 
Movit acres irarum stimulos ; II, 334. 

— anchora voces; II, 694* — arma ; 
IX, 1073. — bella satelJes; X,4(d* 

— furor Horetas; III, 249. — caput 
de pul vere; IX, 70O. — Ceraunia 
nautis; V, 457. — fama £oos reces- 
sus; III, 229. — Hadria vires; II, 
626. — illam fluctus; IX, 1x4. — 
quies furorem; VI, 282. — * quisque 
ratem suam; III, 534. — Sertorius. 
exsul Hiberos ; II , 549> — Movimus 
arma spe; VII, 255. — Movistis cer- 
tamen; III, 121. »- Mov ere furores ; 
IX, 642. — manus ferrum; VII, 549- 

— Mowerat dolorem; VIII, i5i. — 
in praelia casuras urbes;IIIy 170. — 
Movebunt vota; VII, 211. — Move 
Nilum, Euphratemque; II, 633. — 
signa paterna ; IX, 85. — - Moveres 
fata; VI, 6o5. — MoverethxxsXxun^ 
VIII, 791. — neuter bella; II, 23i.. 

— Moverent belfum; X, 470* "—" 
Movisset terram arator; VII, 861. —• 
Movere arma; IV, 781. — - bellum ; 
I, 119. — bustum, cineresque; VIII, 
529. — cnsem; IV, X73. — ferrum 
invito milite; V, 367. — orbem a se- 
de; IX , 466. — lonsis aequor; V, 449* 

— vix manus inter agmina vulgi; II , 
3o3.— - Movisse hasmanus^ i5. 261. 

— uoibram; VIII, 84x» •— Mouens 
xstus Corus; V, 599. — tecta ţerra; 
VIII, 848. — Mouentis summa nos- 
tis; II, 394. — Mouentem secţeto 
Cirrhîea Dcura; 1 , 64. — iWoJ'cAf^i 



MUL 

miiicU anni- VI, 21. — MovenUbus 
,aslra Duni«ris^ I, 64].— Motunis 
Mimlaa aries; X, 480. — signa; VII, 
237. — Motura Dacas clades; II, 
2q6. — Moţuri militis iras; ib. 529. 
-!— Moturum tantas iras te j X , 3 1 6. 
— Moturce prxIiaTocesj IV, 211. — 
Motura lacrimas mala ; IX , 5o. — 
Moturas poodera turres erigit^ II > 
5o5. — Moweris quocnmque; IX, 
58o. — Moveri fataj VI, 4i6. — 
manusj VII, 767. — civilia bella j II, 
62. — vetita virtusj VII, 3 16. — 
Mofendi dextras ac tela locus^ ib. 
494. <— - Mowendis oastrissigna dedit^ 
^ > 399. — Motus cadarere aer ; VII , 
83o. — clangore sonipes; IV, ^So.— 
Moţa compages^ V, 633. — sidere 
unda j I, 4^3. — Motum agmen j VII, 
273. — Moto gens aspera freno j III , 
269. — Moţa cute discutit hastas ; 
VI , 200. — Moţi majestate loci j III , 
429. — Moţa sequora j V, 606. — - 
comua^ VII, 524. — ventis nemora j 
VIII, 6. — ducis signaj I, 268. — 
Motis petit signis Bomam; I, 395. 

Moxy' VI, 421, 693. — erit; IX, 
3 16. — ubi} V, 7^4- — utj ÎV, 174. 

Mucro asper^ VII, i4o. — Mu- 
oro/ie perfodit latus; VIII, 618. — 
tantura crucnti ; VII , 56 1 . 

Mugire cavernas; III, 4>^* 

Mulciber^ X, 44^« — ferox ora; 
I, 545. 

Muhifidi Histri caput; III, 202. — 
Multijldos undae; X , 3oi. — Mulţi- 
fidas jaculata faces ballista^ II, 687. 

Multiplices rates^ III, 5^2. 

Multum cruoris 5 IV, 667. — Deo- 
ruin 5 VIII , 3o8. — discors j VI , 687. 
«— exnomine superest ^ ^I> 7*7' •"" 
împart IX, 190. ^~ laudi abscidit ^ 
IV, 5o3. — prodesse; IX, 2o3. — 
Roma dcbet armis; 1, 44* — rogatus; 
IV, 735. — debentes yatibus; IX, 
963. 

Mullus est in pectore^ VIII, 285. 
— congestus^ IX, 487. — miles j IV, 
354. — • nexut; ib* 616. -— sanguis; 



MUN 



^Qi 



IV, 210 : VI, 145 : VII, 269. — 8u, 
dorj IV, 3o3. — timor^ IX, 120. — 
Multa arbor; X, 3o4. — cades; VI, 
58o. — Muito aggere surgit opus ; II , 
678. — sanguine perire; VII , 653. — 
Multa ambage tegens omina^ I, 638. 
— caede noccns Marş ; IV, a. — c«de 
rubentia saxa^ II, lo^. -r^Multo tem- 
pore; ib. 166. — Multum cinnamonj 
X, i65. — spatium; VII, 4^3. — 
Tenenum; VIII, 3o4. — vuhius; IV, 
ai6. — Mulţi aditus; VI, 616. — 
patres; IV, 592. — triumphi^ VIII , 
8i5. — itftt/^afata;VI, 632. — \i- 
tora; IX, 309. — praeha j X, 53 1. — 
sidera; IX, 497. — Multorum extre- 
mi dies; I, 65o. — Multa in vulgus 
dare; I, i3a. — negare; IV, 2o3. — 
per multa gurgite suo ductus ; 1 , 4oo. 

Munda nocens; VII, 692.-— il/u/i- 
dce. clades; VI , 3o6. — - Munda fu- 
nesta prselia concurrunt; I, 4^* — 

Mundus adoret mala Pompeii; VII, 
708. — amat nomen 5 VIU, 276. — 
dedit signa belii; II, 2. — - in arma 
conjuiret ; ib. 49* — per xyum errat ;. 
I, 643. — futurus; V, 89. — iners ; 

III, 322. — praeceps; VI, 4^3. — 
spoliatus; VII, 752 : X, 169. -rr su- 
per Austi'um jacens; VIII, 164* — . 
supplex; VII, 70. — -lotus; IX, 443' 

— Yulgatus; VIII , 3i2. — Mundi ae- 
vura; VI, 764: VII, 64o. —rarbiter;. 
VI, 74'^' — capacior; X, i83. — 
caput Roma; II, 655. — locum mu-, 
tavit; II, i36. -^ claustra; IX, 865. 
—^ compage soluta; I, 73. — confine; 

VI, 649. — damna; IX, 44<>* "" d*^~ 
vexa; X, 39. «— discrimen; VII, 109» 
— • extrema ; X , 276. -r- exusta ; IX > 
382. — .fama;« ib. io3o. -^. fragore 
emicuit fulmenf I, i52. — Cumus; 

VII, 617.—: gladii;i6. 81. — jus; X, 
471. — labor; I, 417. •r-lex;X, ao3. 

— linea; ib. 3o6. — origo; VI, 6ii. 

— nomine ; VIII , 128. — pars ima; 

IV, 106. — pars nulla; II, 583. — 
recessus; ib. 632. — regnum; I, 5a. 

— rcrumque salus; IV, J90.— - ruina; 



a6a 



MUN 



X, i5o. — rumx permisccnda; II, 
a53.— sanguisj VI, 538 : VII, a33. 
-« siduf ; VII , 1 89. — suinme parent ; 
IV, iio. — lidera^ VI, 8i6. — ta- 
cituinj X, a53. — tq>or; VIÎI, 365. 
•— ultima libertas; VII , 58o. — ad 
axem Hesperium j III , SSg. — ad ex- 
trema Teniu; ib, 4^4* '""' ^^ ultima 
tendit; IV, i47- '"' cpeuntis pondere 
misso; II , 291 . — diyersi nomina ) III, 
273. — divulsi machina; I, 80. — 
miseri spes irrita } V, ^6g. — peracti 
saecula; X,369.— totius jus; II, 32|i. 
*— Mundo adest ^ X , a33. — coramu- 
nis rogus; VII, 814. -* debetur ca- 
putj X, 393. — figuram dare; IX, 
3o3. .F— perit concordia; ib, 1097. — 
terram abducere; ib, 648. — toţi ge- 
nitot; II, 383. -— virum imponere; 
IU, 373. — indignum fuit^ X, loa. 
--i opus est; ih. 339. — dubio ; II, 
a48. — medio incumbere; IV, 69. ->- 
feruntur signa; I, 664- — stanţe; 
VII, 660. — subacto; I, j6o. — 
Mundum dare alicui; VII, 352. — 
cadentem spectare; II, 289. — ssecula 
jussa ferentem; ib» xi. — Mundi in- 
numeri; VI, 696. 

Munia belii ; V, 8. — - valii noc- 
turna ; IV, 700. 

Munimen^ VI, 22. — Munimine 
longo cingi j III, 377. — rapti cespi- 
tis subitus agger; I, 517. — Muni- 
mina primi ralli; VI, 290. — per Ro- 
mana; III, 5o2. 

3f unita domus phaselo ; V, 5 18. — 
Munitum latus; IV, 4^* 

Munus trahit quemque; VII, 33o. 
— busti extremum; VIII, 741. — 
Ptolemsei; IX, 268, 278. — mortis; 

I ' 

VI, 724* "*- ***® j ^^y 1070. — Un- 
tum; IX, i3i.-- Casaris effuge; II, 
SaS. — Munere stant; VIII, 232. — 
vire» cumulare; IV, 598. — fatorum 
bclla prxbentur; III, 36 x. — nostro 
▼ive; II, 5 12. — Polhini vixit; X, 
433. — regis mori; VIII, 653. -»- 
Munera aavi ; VII , 4*^- ^-^ Deum in- 
tellecu; V^ 52$. •« fatalis aren»; 



MUR 

IV, 709. — damnavit ; IX , ţo35. — 
promittunt flentes ; VII , 91 5. — Pal- 
ladis lugent; III, 2o5. — summi pili 
gerens; I, 356. 

Muralia saxi pondera ; VI , 199. 

Murex : murice pţretiosa Sidon ; 
111,217. 

Murmur continuum; IX, 928. — 
iucertum ; IX , 1 008. — mixtum ; VII, 
45. — pavidum; V, 255. — mentis; 
X, 321. — tetigit sidera; VI, 44^- 

— infremuit; I , ^109. — vocis; V, 1 49* 
^- Murmure damnasse; VIII, 327. 

— bellorum; I, 519. •— non claro ; 
1 , 352. — ; sonant ora ; VI , 769. — 
vastosonuit; II, 701. — cum moes- 
to igues condit; I, 607. — sine mur- 
mure jacet pontus; I, 260. — Mur- 
mura clara meatuanhelo; V, 192. — 
ponţi; <&. 571. — conf undit vox; VI , 
686. — infudit labris ; ib, 568. — per- 
flans concha; IX, 349* — ^^ humana 
faciles lingux ; 1 , 56x. — in murmura 
pulsant os; VIII, 682. 

Murra bibunt; IV, 38o. 

Mur rus miser; IX, 828. 

Murus erit Partbo; VIII, 379. — 
non fragilis Scaeva; VI, 201. — bre- 
yior; ib, 288. — PhGebeos;IX, 965. 

— Muri densi compages ; III , 491* 

— vicem tuetur ; X , 485. •— Muri. et 
moenia; IX, 297. — *fraterno sanguine 
raaduerunt; I, 95. -— Tallant oppida ; 
IV, 224. — capti; X, /^5S. — deroli 
tibi j VIII , 112. — discussi ; IX , 490. 
— « impulsi; VI, 280. — 'PelIaeijX, 
5i I . — Muronim alt» turres ; II , 452. 

— Muros implere viris; VII , 4^' • — 
in planum efiundere; I, 383. —^mi- 
rata est stare; III, 461. — obsidione 
claudere; III, 342. — bostiles subit ; 
ib.\']^. —'"^XTio^exceăete'y I, 497* 

— Muns aut tempb's contingit ; V, 
53o. — clausa juTentus;lII, 44^* — 
latebras quaesisse; II, 394. — recepti 
hostes; ih, 7o5. — se committere; 
Vm, 25o. — apertis; X, 546. — 
lapsis ingentia saxa jacent; I, SfcS. — 
mediis Tiumi subrepsit; H, 5o6. -^ 



MYS 

nosLris se credere j UI, 33 1. — tuis 
crediu noxj I, Sao. — Talidis; II, 
47S. — a muris procul; III , SjS ; 
X,436. 

Musas Latix^ IX, 983. 

Afusculus fcmorum ; IX , 771. 

Mutator anni^ X, 212. — mercis^ 
Y1II,854. 

Mutina; VII, S'j2,^ Mutince la- 
bores accedantj I9 4'* 

Muto : mutat castra ; YL 44*'^ dicm 
nocte y X , 20a. — Mutantibus undis 
cursum ; V, a35. — Mulatrii Jovi ful- 
mina^ YII, i5o. — - rerum potestas 
locum; U, 137. -^^ Mutauere soDum 
squora^ VIII, 199. — Mutarunt ni- 
hil ex Yultu mortis ultima^ ib. Q66. — 
Mataverat habitum oris; IX, io34. 

— Mutet quis Yultum ; VII , 565. — 
Mularim primas expulaa txdas ; II , 
345. — Mutare diem; VIII, 217. «— 
f aciem J VI , 738. — locum j VII , 466. 
<— ia melius^ VI , 60. — ne quid fatis 
liceret^ II, 65 1. — Nilo hiemes ^ VII, 

I 832. — quidqaamţ VI, 6i3. — tel- 
luremj VIII, l47* — tormenti mo- 
dum^III, 480. — urbem; V, 107.— 
Mutanlem terris regna cometen yide- 
ruDt; I, 529. — Muiatur mare gur- 
gite NUi; I, 684* — Muiantur iontes 
sang;uiDe; VII, 637. — prospera vita^ 
VIII, 63 1.— Mutanda terraj VI, 
271. — Mutatus Curio j IV, 819. — 
luilcs; V, 353. — Mutata est fortuna 
toris; III, 21. — « Mutatum solum; 
V, 3o. — Mutato judice; VII, a63. 

— remige; III, 754. — sole; I, 49- 
Mutus hiatus^.V, i3i. — > niotus^ 

11, 182. — Muţi questus^ I, 247* 

Mutuus : mutua fata ţ IV, 556. — 
luminat IV, 176. 

Mycence Tbyestex^ I, 544* 

Mjroencea Diana^ VI, 74* 

Mysia^ III, 2o3. 



NAT 



N. 



:£63 



Nabatbjbi flatus; IV, 63. 
Nais C^nooe ; IX , 97a. 
Namquei IV, 583 ; VI, 5lo, 579: 

vm,284. 

Nar Tiberiuo inlabitnr amnij I, 

475. 

Nor dus florens; X, 164. 

Naris aduQcae spir amina; II, i83. 

— Nare sagaci sensit; VII, 829. — 
JYares patul»; IX, 8j3. 

Nasamon inops ; IV, 679. — gens 
dura; IX, 439. —pauper; ih, 458. 

— JYasamoncs ; ib, 444* 
Nasidius} IX, 790. 

JVascitur in pruinis; VIII, 364> 

Nilus; ib, 828. — £angiune mixte; ib, 
408. — JYascimur orbe loto; VII, 
400. — - JVasci credimus numina ; 
VIII , 549. — in regnum; VU, 643. 

— Tult turba libera; ib. 3y5. — JYas-^ 
cens longc cervus^ IX, 921. — 2Vas- 
cenţi conscia Nilo gens; I, 20. — 
Pboebo contraria ostia; UI, 23i.— r 
JYascentes radii; VI, 336. — JYas- 
centia infantis fata; U , 107. -— JN^as^ 
centi&£<f dixit auctor ; IX, 575.— ber- 
bis inspuit; VI, 683. — Natum ad- 
fatur; U, 63j. — Nata yertice; IX, 
35o. — ToIupUs; II, 891. — Nati'vck 
tempora Caonarumj II, 4^* ~~ post 
praelia; VU, 646. 

Natale ercplo; VII, 391. 

Natant cuncta ; IV, 33o. — naufra- 
ga arma; IV, 88. ~- sanie membra ; 
IX, 770. — tela; X, 497* — Nata- 
bat Syrtis; IX , 3 12. — JYatabunt re- 
ges Niloj ib. i56. — Natare arva 
sanguine; VII, 728. — ISatans penoa; 
V, 554. — Natantem juvenem fizere 
carinx ; III , 653. — Natantes in cxdc 
populi; VU, 294* 

Natrixj IX, 720. 

NaUira\ IX, 855. -— circumdedit 
montcs; X, 337. — dabat mundo fi» 
guram, IX, 3o3. —- deses; ih. 436. — 



aG4 



NAV 



deseruit partera sui ; IX, 3i i . -« dis- 
con^ I, 590. — explicat et agit dies; 
VII , aoa. — extimuit chaos; V, 634. 

— quidquid genuit; VI, 670. — juris 
tui relinquet; I, 5i. — latendi; X, 
071. — locorum; IX, 896. — mari 
montes opposuit, II , 6ao. — muniiDen 
urbis; VI, o3. — nocens; IX, 639. 

— pirens; X, ^38. — patet; IX, 779. 
-— poli; ib. 867. — ponit finom regi ; 
X, 4i* — praescia; II, 3. — prodidit 
caput; X, 395. — qua Yocabat; VI, 
558. •— quaniTis negasset; ib. 69. — 
quantum petit; IV, 378. — receptat 
cuncta sinu^VII, 810. — rigetj V, 
443* — secretat IX, 631. — vetabaţ 
iteţ ; i^. 3oi . — JYaturam sequi ; 
U,383. 

JYatus âncis'j VI, 716. — incarrit; 
IV, 563, — Teliuris ; ib» 65 1. — Caesaris ; 
IX, io49* — Jy^ti letum praecedere; 
în , 760. — JYato rapuisset boc ; VI , 
359. — Nati^ IX, 88. — dulces; ib. 
33i. — implumes; IX, 9o3. — ma- 
duere patemo sanguine; II, 149. — 
rudesjIV, 396. — sunt mihi; VII, 
663. — J^atot'um morte orbatus; II, 
498. '-'Natos quo modo est amplexa; 
II, 366. 

JVaufragium ferat fortuna; VIII , 
3i3. •— tibi opnsque facit;; I, 5o3. 

— ISfaufragio venire ad arma; V, 
494» — Naufragiis babent commer- 
cia; IX, 444* 

jyaufragus felix ; V, 699. — Nau- 

fraga turba pars ; III , 663 . — virtus ; 

{'6.690. — arma campo natant;IV,87. 

Nauta moveretbustum; VIII, 791. 

— subducit vela ; VI , 286. — JYautCBj 
VIU , 654. — loci periti; IX , 346. — 
raiseri; VIII, 173 : IX, 343. - — pen- 
dentes carbasa deducunt; II, 697. •-- 
soUiciti; IX, ii5. — Nautarum fu- 
ga; II, 635. — transtra; X, 495. — 
JVautas ad aequora perducat tuba; II, 
690. — carina texit; III, 65o. 

Nauticus clamor litora exagilet; 
II , 689. 

Navali bello pluvima cnsis agit; 



NEB 

III, 569. — Navallbus bellis slabilis 
area; ib, 5i3. r— Navalia paucae te- 
nnere; ib. 755. --r Pbcebea; ib. 183. 

— Navalibus iEgae resonant; ib. 337. 

— alnos repetunt ; ib. 53o. 
Navigat sic Britannus fuso Oceano; 

IV, i35. 

Navis : naves stanies fune conten- 
<^; II, 631. — acUs tensis rudenii'' 
bus ^11, 683. — plenoB vento ^ ib, •— 
turrigera, prcetoria^ III, 5i4 : IV, 
336. — JYaves emeriias^ III, 53o. — 
ex şonksione rostrorum in puppith 
redeuntes tanquam. circumrotatas ,* ib. 
545. — audientes manum regentis ^ 
ib, 594- — inhibere remis ^ ib. 65g. 

— capta! vehunt victores suos^ ib, 
755. — vimen texitur in navemţ IV, 
i33. — navis regimen dare ventis ^ 

VII, 136. — navem dare in Utus ţ 

VIII, i33. — dare in Icevum^ib. 
194. — Naves citatas Cypro immit" 
tere^ ib. 457 . — e litore prcecipitare ,* 

IX, 148. — JVavis prima apud Thes^ 
salos inventa A rgo^ VI, 4oo. — novi 
generis mortis causaţ III, 197 : VI, 
400. — JVaves contraria vento im- 
pulsa arte magica ; VI, 471» — iVfl- 
vis regimine destituia, ignavum onusy 
VII, 136. — pugna Massiliensi pon- 
dere iurbce in unum laius incumbentis 
toi a invertitur^ III , 647. — Vid. Ca- 
rina , Puppis , Ralis. 

Navita,' VII , 861 . — in fluctus de- 
silit; I, 5o3. — omnis; III, 3. — vic- 
tus Coro; VII, 13 5. 

JVe : monstris/ie Deum , nimione pa- 
vori; VII, 173. — cede; VIII, 637. 

— cessa ; V, 536. — dubita; IX, 619. 

— parce; VI, 773. — parcite; VII , 
338. — quare; VI, 813. — retine ; 

V, 492. — rue; VII, 590. — rum- 
pite; ib. 34. — tangere ; IX, 983. — 
non; VII, 671 : IX, 1080. — qua 
mixtura; IX, 900. — qua parte sui ; 
VII, 558. — quidera; X, 67. 

JVebula! humentes; VI, 369, 4^ 

— Nebulas exhalat Eurus^ IV, 65. 

— in nebulis marcere perosus ; I, .4^^* 



NEF 

Nebulosa saxa; YI, 91. 

iVec moriar , nec munere regis ; 
VIU, 653. — sollicitei gloria; VI, 
8o5. -ţ- victus; ih, 497. — eiiim ; VII , 
789 : IX, 4i3. — mora; IV, 445» — 
non^ V, 7o3 : VII, i6i : IX, io6a: 
X, x33, 258, 519. — ei; Vn, 56: 
X, 486.— nec; VII, ii2:X, 38. 

NecessB eşt părere; VI, 3a6. — 
mihi tam yelle jussa sequi, quam pos- 
se; I, 37a. — sit mihi violare; VIII, 
5a3. — :Hon putat; VII, 3i2.— rquod- 
cumque est; IV, 487. 

JYecubi^ IX, io58. 

JY^cjromantiw rims^ VI , 6ao , 654, 
etc. 

Nefandus Caesar ; IX , 558. — Marş ; 
X, 149. — thalamus ; VIU , 4oo. — 
Nefanda ars; ib. 688. — caedes ; IV, 
359. — lampas ; VI , 353. — proditio ; 
IV, 220. — Nefandum os; VI, 706. 

— scelus; IV, 228. — volum; VII, 
181. — Nefandce sxviliae mos; II, 
179. — Nefandi belii amor; I, 21. 

— Nefando sceleri virtus nomen erit ; 
I, 667. — Nefandas faces; ib. 493. 

— JYefandos fetus urere; ib. 5go. — 
JVefanda bella' parat; ib, 325. 

JYefas; 1 , 626. — el scelera plă- 
cem; <&. 37. — illi; VI, 5io.-T- rui- 
nam prodesse; IV, 791. — scire; I, 
127. — suadenti părere; X , 399. — 
arcanum; VI, 569. — belii; II, 507 : 
Vn, 868. — bellorum; IV, 549.— 
Bruţi; VIII, 610. — Caesarisj ib. 55o. 

— civile; IV, 172: Vm, 432. — 
cruentum; IX, 1107. "~ futurum; 
IV, 2o5. — ereptum socero ; V, 64. 

— coeperil;II, 538. — hoc fortuna 
abscondat; ib. 735. — in commune 
certatum ; 1 , 6. — infernum ; VII , 
170. — lentum; ib. 242. — omne; 
VI , 527. — sepiorum; VII, 3o6. — 
sxvum; VIII, 638. — servile; X, 
453. — sununum, civilia bella ,* II , 
286. — St jgium ; VI , 695. —• vile ; I , 
174. — erit victori* ; VII, 123. — 
fit; VI, 79. — sletit circa pila; VII, 
5 19 — Nefas audis;IX, 127. -— do- 



NEM 



a65 



namus; IX, 1088. — essc nihil putat; 
X , 336. — fecisse; VII , 3i5. — me 
fecisse credite; III, 437.-^ sibi quis- 
que fecit; II, i47> — in castra attn- 
lerat; II, 98. — indixit natura; II, 4* 

— metuens; VIII, 593. — persnec- 
tasse; VII, 699. — quid esse rear; 
vm, 410. — rapuere; X, 4^^* — 
respexit; VIII, 620. — tantum decre- 
verunt; V, 204. 

Negjtigere cantus; IV. 186. — Ne- 
glectus Deis; X, 177. *— NegUcta 
umbra ; VIII , 746. -r- Neghctum 
dextrx penetrale; II, 126. — iVe- 
glecto tergo fugit; II, 467. 

JYego : negat arma tenenti ; 1 , 349« 

— natura ; VI , Sg. — se tanti ; VII , 
669. — Gades Oceanum admittere; 
III , 279. — tibi cuDCta llvor ; 1 , 288. 

— JVegaUs jugtilos , ensesque patriae ; 
IX , 264. — Negauit Magnum vicisse ; 
VI, 143. — ' IVegarunt tura Deis; 
VIIÎ, 863. — Wegarat vela vento ; ib. 
56o. — JYegabit Loc pelagus; V, 559. 

— tellus segetes; I, 647. — Negent 
Libjx te ; X , 328. — Negasset non 
illis terapia spolianda ; V, 3o5. — iVe- 
gare sibi; V, 744- — *^^* gemitus; 
IX, 1045. — vela Noto; ib. 326. — 
Ncgans stimulis cornipes ; VIII , 3. 

— JYegatur libertas; VH,4M- — 
Negamur bellis; V, 657. — JYegan- 
tur ad scelus sibi dextrx; îb. 368. — 
Negări nil poiuisse ; III , 1 49* — «Li 
posse voluit; IX, 196. — Negata 
vox ; V, 114. — Negatum fa tis ; VII , 
676. — summis, diu stare; I, 70. — 
est specţaudum bellum; IV, 8o4» — 
lac; ib. 3 14. — Negato cullore; IX, 
857. — Negaţi fasces per bella ; V, 
663.— tumuli; VI, 626. — Negaţia 
numina; V, l4i- 

NemecBus Leo ; 1 , 655. 
Nemetis rura tenet; 1 , 4^9- 
Nemoralis Aricia; VI, 75. 
Nemorosuş Olhrys; VI, 338. — 
Nemorosa Tempe;VIII, 1.— les- 

qua; VI, 4' • 
Nempe^iy^iB: V, 775: VIII, 35i. 



a66 



NER 



JVemus abfttiilit Hammon ; IX , 535. 

— ÎD classem cadit^ J, 3o6. — misit 
Tolucres; YU, 836. •— ignotum; IX, 
439. — Pindij VU, 806. — Rhodo- 
pes^ YU, l{bo. — qua sublime est; 
III, 86. — succisum curvare; lY, 
]3S. — Tauri deseritur; III, saS. -« 
Nemoris satis x:xfti ^ ib, 45o. — iVe- 
mori laborem abstulit; IX, 365. — 
Ntmort Hyrcano tigi'es cruor payit; 
I, 338. — Ntmora alta remoti luci \ 
1 , 4^3. — omnia procumbunt; III y 
395. — Nemorum potentes Silvani j 
ib, 4o3. — casuj II, 678. — coma; 
IX, 637. — fragorem pavet^ YIII, 6. 

— frondes; IX, 944. — motus; Y, 
55 1. — recessus; Y, 135. — umbrae 5 
III, 348 : YIII, 399. — per avia vo- 
cea audits^ I, 570. 

NtpheltioM Helle; IX, 956. 
Nepos jubet moereres^ IX, 1049. 

— darissiinus ^ ib, 996. — Nepotis 
post mortem j Y, 4/4' — "**" servituri 
fata; YI, 791. — Nepotes meruere 
nasci; YU, 643. — Nepotum populi; 
ib. 307 :Ym, 871. 

HeptunCy trideatis xquorei rector; 
lY, III. 

Neptunia cus^xs \ YII, i47« 

Ntqut eaim; YII, 119 : IX, 3o3, 
388: X, 335, 471. 

JYequeunt reddere; YI, 833. — 
Nequeam ut relevare ; YIII , 368. 

JS'equidquam ^ YII, 674 : X, 104. 

Nereus sanguine rubuit; II, 71 3. 
*— sensit ruinam aqux; YI, 349* 

Ntroni venturo viam inveuere ; 
1,33. 

Nervius nimium rebellis ; 1 , 4^9* 

Neruus morsus retinens; YI, 549- 
•— Ntr\fi tenduntur ; ib. 755. — - leta- 
lesj YIII, 396. — Getici; ib, 331. 

— Nervorum vincula; YI, 317 : IX , 
777. — Nervos tendere; YIII, 383. 
— • secat; lĂ. 673. — Nervis cooa- 
men praebere; lY, 386. — rediere 
robora; ih, 373. — • relicta membra* 
labant; YIII, 60. — resolula ossa; 
t^. 787. — tenduot arcuş; YU, i4l' 



NIL 

— robore defectis; III, 635.— slric- 
tis manus immortua; ib. 61 3. — tor- 
tilibus vibrată pbalarica ; YI, 198. 

Ntscirt aut nosse deos; I, 453* — 
diem;YII, 4*'* — JDfeseio quod ; 
lY, 496* — Nescis adhuc; IX, ioi5. 

— pati; ib, 363. — JYcJcifferrum ti- 
mere; III, 119. — coi tedebeat; X, 
394. — latrare; lY, 44^* — ^®6®* 
aquarum; X, 338. — periculasua; 
YII, i33. -— plebes jejuna timere; 
III, 58. — quis castra mixta {oro; I, 
330. — se amari felix; YII, 737. 

Nescius artus; lY, 744* — arvis 
quid perdat; YII, 191. — capti du- 
cis; II, 536. — Nescia frenorum 
gens; lY, 683. — vere remitti bruma ; 
I, 17. — virtus stare loco; I, i44* 

Nesis Stygium aera emittit; YI , 90. 

Nessus^ YI, 393. — Nessi san- 
gais; ib, 365. 

iVctt; YIII, 498. — dissipetjX, 

333. 

Nex : in necem traxit; VII, 4*6. 
Nexis in seriem umbonibos; YII, 

493. 

Nexus aeternus; lY, 189. — Nexu 

muho bracbia conserere; lY, 616. — ' 

Nexibus alas miscent; IX, 386. 

Ni i Y, 636. 

iVi'^cr aer; IX, 5. — fumus; YI, 
535. — horror; Y, 564- — imbribus 
Auster; IX, 3%d. — limus; lY, 3io. 

— Nigri fumi volumina ; III , 5o5. — 
Nigra sanies; lY, 547. — tabes; IX , 
773. — iVtg^rfl? rubigiois morsus ; I , 
a/^3. — Nigrum virus vulnere diffu- 
sum ; 1 , 61 5. — Nigri coloni ; X , 3o3 . 

— ignes; YI, 5o3. — Nigras medul- 
lae; IX, 93o. — Nigros ignes accen- 
deret stella ; I, 653. — Nigris fonti- 
bus unda cădit ; III, 4<i* 

Nihil an sit viU; IX, 568. — est 
meum; YII, 666. — est, quod ma- 
lim; X, 189. — esse recuao; YII, 
a68. — tutius Emathia; YI^ 83o. 

Nil agis ira bac; YII, 809. — > 
auxilii; X, 366. — juris ilfcire; ib. 97. 

— morabor fata; YU, 88. — » f«la 



NIM 

morari; IV, 35 1. — nocebunt; VIII, 
858. — opus est Totis^ VII, aSa. — 
proficis; ib. $901. — pudetj VIII, 
45a. — noo faciinus; IX, 5'j^. 

Niliacus amor; X , 80. — gurges; 
IX, 1023. — tyrannus; VIU, a8i. 
'^Niliaca arena j V, 475' — serpcnsj 

IX, 816. — Niliacum litus; ib, i35. 

— JVihaci fontes^ X, 19a. — JYiUa^ 
C49 aqu»; ib, 160. •— urbes; 1^. 91. 

JYilotica rura; IX, i3o. 

jyUotis acuş; X*, ifyi. 

JSfilus fonte soluto exit; X, ai 5. 

— adest mundo; X, a33. •— calebs; 
ib. 275. — crescit; IX, i63. — divi- 
duus ; VIII , 4^5. — litora rumpens ; 

X, 244« *^ pollutus sanguinis; VI, 
307. — quem habet; IX, 81. — quod 
dedit; X, i56. — per rura vagans; 
IX, 752. — refugusj VIII, 526. — 
suscitat undas ; X , 225. — torrens ; 

IX, i56. — vertat aquasj VIII, 828. 
— - Yomens flumina fonte; X, 254» — 
Nilusne bos animosţ VIII, 542. — 
Nili custos; ib. 477< ■— fons ignotus; 

X , 265. — arenx; VIII , 8o5. — gur- 
gite mare mutatur; I, 684. — litora; 
Vlir, 64i : IX, 414. — ora (Cancro) 
subdita ; X , 2 1 3 . — Pehisia ora ; VIII, 
825. — Pelusiacus gurges; X, 53. -— 
regia; IX, 266. — sceptia; VIII, 
559. — unda 5 VI, 810. — Nilo nas- 
centi conscia gens; I, 20. •— boc re- 
fundunt; X, 261. — Nilon reddeso- 
rori; VIII, 499* "~ JYilum bibiaset 
fonte ; X, 4o. — erumpere ab Oceano; 
ib. a56. — extulit xstas; VI, 4/4*"" 
Eupbratemque move ; II ^ 633. — 
noscendi cupido; X , 268. — jussit de- 
currere ; ib. a38. — Dfilo tepido aves 
committere; III, 199. -«biemes mu- 
tare; VII, 83a. — prodesse nives; X, 
219. — in JYilo ^ypti fiducia; VIII, 

44-. 

Nimbosus aer; V, 63i. 

Nimbus et nubes; VI, 5i8.— -ful- 
gura exstioguit; IV^ 78. — tela agens; 
VI, 134. — telorum; IV, 776. — 
jyimbo crebro simillima tcla; II , 5oi. 



NIX 



267 



— divite ortus; IX, 659. — JVimbi 
miscuere turbam arvis; VII, 845. — 
Nimbos excutere ; VI , 4^* '~- ^uga 
rapuere nubes ; IV, 70. — incumbere 
fluvio; X, 343. — JVimbis carens 
bieras ; IX, 949* -~ TÎscera percussa; 

VI, 545. — perpetuis aera impendas; 

IV, 11a. 

Nimis devota juyentus ; IV, 696. 
—> submissa ; VIII , 1 57 . 

Nimiumque , parumque; V, 741. 

— beatus; VIU, 843. — felix; ib. 
139. — festinatus; ib. 24* — * longe| 

V, 576. — patiens; VU, $3. — teme- 
rarius; ib. 590. 

Nimius dies; IX', 432. — paror; 

VU, 1 72. — Titan ; IX , 383 iVt- 

mia ira; VII, 629. — pietas; VI, 
5o8. — cupidine cseci; I, 87. — iVt- 
mio sub pondere; I, 71. — IVimii 
ignes; VIU, 848: IX, 375. — soles; 
VIU, 164. — Nimios in amores ex- 
citat; II, 325. — JVimias opes for- 
tuna intulit; I, 160. 

JVinos , sic fam a, felix; IU, 21 5. 

JYiphatem saxa Tolveutem tenens; 

m, 245. 

IVisi adfuit; VUI , 29. — exarsit ; 

VII, 139. — monstratum; VIU, 822. 

— parata morte; ib. 32. — viocitts; 
VU, 379. — qimm facis; VUI, ^^, 

— quod; IX, 622. — est ne, nisi, 
etc. IX, 578. 

JYisu'y IX, 484.— vergens; VI, 482. 

JYitet auro piu mata; X, ia5. — 

JVitebat domus raarmoribus; ib. 124. 

— JYileant qui gladii;VII, 56 1.— • 
JVitens xre clipeus; IX, 669. 

mtidus lucus; IX , 36a. — DTiUdi 
fulgore; IX, 738. 

Nitiiur in lucem ; V, 180. — mile» 
oneratus in mpes; IV, 38. — JVitens 
in terras: ib. 65o. 

JMyalis xona; IV, 106 : X, 2o5. 

JViwei dentes ; X , 2 44* 

JViuosis jugis cana Pangxa ; 1 , 679. 

rfix Austro resoluta; IX, 782. — 
JVitns tabc prima ; X , aaS. — Nivtm 
yetercm Alpes jugis discusscre; I, 



a68 



NOC 



554* — Niues inibre et sole solutx; 
Vy 4^5.—- urebant montana^ IV, 52. 

— iEUiiopum; X, aao. — PjrenaNe 
âuzere; IV, 84. — Nives Bhipaeas 
•olve; IV, 1 18. — Scythicae ; VI, 478. 

Nixu quo prender^t; III, 61 2. 

No : nando franget amnem; VIII, 
374. 

iVb&iTi^ Bacckus; IV, 379. ^No- 
hUis feraj X, 445. — Gallia} IH, 78. 

— insula frugiferis arvis j III , 65. — 
iraj VI, 487. — plus nohilis ir» trun- 
cuş haLet; III, 614. — busto Rhoe- 
tion; IX, 96a. — caput; VII, 71 3. 

— corpus; IV, 809 : VUF, 766. — 
letum; VII, 595. — robur; VIII, 
7a. — senium; X, 16:2. — Nobilium 
ossa ; VI , 586. — juvenum mentes ; 
IV, 5î I . -^Nobilior victima ; X , 386. 

— JVobikus rege cadaver; VI, 3o8. 
JYobilitas cum plebe perii ; II , 101. 

— si qua est; X, 86. — permixta or- 
dine secundo ; VII , 582. — alta fer- 
rumpoposcit; II, 5io. — dolendi^ 

Vin, 329. 

JYoceo : nocet mihi hostes deesse ; 

III , 365. — terrae magis ( auster ) ; 

IX , 449- — Nocent suspiria palate ; 

IV, 327. — vulnera; VIII, 3o5. — 
JYocui bis mundo ; ib. 90. — JVocuit 
differre paratis; I, 281. — JlVocue- 
runtex longo missa recessu; III, 477- 

— Nocebunt famae bnsta; VIII, 858. 

— Noctai an vis bono; IX, 569. — 
Nocere genitum animal; VI, 485. — 
JYocens iile erit; I, 263. — ante ve- 
nena ; IX , 725. — Munda ; VII , 692. 
• — populus; IV, 193. — i^gyptus ; 

X, 3. — monstris iEgjptus; X, 474* 

— facies; X, 61. — forma; ib, 137. 
—natura; IX, 629. — Saturni stella; 
I, 652. — terra; VII, 768 : IX, 81. 
' — turba; VI, 799. — .caelura; VII, 
798. — ferrura; VIII, 160, 5o3. — 
solum ; IX , 620. — Nocentem fac- 
tura; VII, 260. — me fecisse; II, 
288. — te facicnt bella ; ib. 259. — 
quaesissej ib. no. — quem non crc- 
dei; X , 369. -.— non multa caede Mar- 



NOM 

tem agit; IV, 2. — Nocentes ^ y 11 ^^ 
763. — cade Pompeii; X, 388i — 
raanibus et ferro ; V, 272. — mer- 
cede; VII, 75 1. — periere; II, i4^. 

— soli superesse possent; II, i44' — 
oculi; IX, 127. — nodi; VI, 543. — 
caede manus; ib, 269. — herbae; ib. 
438. — terra; VII, 869. — arcere 
templu; V, 139. — facit; VII, 488. 

— faciunt ; VIII, 484* — fecisse; 

VIII, 137. — juvat esse; IV, 253. — 
mi^Itos fortuna servat; III, 44^* — 
admanes trahor; III, x3. -^ Nocen- 
tum poena; VI, 695. — JYocentia 
monstra; IX, 910. — JVociturus solo 
pondere; III, 626. — Nocitura arma; 

VII, 60. — JYocendi palma est tibi; 

IX, 787. 

JYocturnus aer; IV, 329. — eques; 
ib. 732. — pontus; V, 54o. — JVoc- 
turna lampas;^ IX, 1006. — quies ; 
Vn, 732. — strix; VI, 689. — Noc- 
turnum frigus; IX, 844* — lumen ; 

VIII, 463. — lYoctumce editor aura 
Samus; II, 4^3. — JYocturni {aces 
armis texere; III, 499. — JYoctumce^ 
tada; X, 373. — voces; VII, 175. 

— Nocturna fuIgura;VI, 520. — 
munia valii f IV, 700. — pericula val- ' 
Io eiTugit^ I, 5i6. 

JYodosa impeliitur ilex; III, 440* 

— Nodosa ossa; VIII, 672. 
Nodus hyana; VI, 672. — IVodi 

Chalybum; ib. 797. — Herculei; IV, 
632. — nocenies; VI , 543. — viperei; 
ib. 490. — JVodis miuax ; IX , 835. 

JVolo : nolet tellus lilora extendere ; 
I, 76. — JVolis licet, vive; II, 5i2. 
—. iVo//e pa ti; VI, 38o. — Nolente 
quamvis senatuf I, 274. —- Nolenti- 
bus umbris; II, 17$. 

JYomen viro Scava;. VI, i44' —- 
abit in terras ; VIII , 32 1 . — erit Pom^ 
peius ; VII , 121. — erit virtus sceleri f 
1 , 668. — haserit ceşpite ; VIII , 8o3. 

— quod sit aquis , incertum ; III, 259. 

— aternum ; VIII , 1 39. — clarun» ; 
ib. 549» — fama; VI , 6o4» — genqris 
^xiremam> VU, 589- — Hesperium ^ 



NON 

VIII, 560. — immensum; VII, 717^ 

— inaue connubii^ II, 343. — impe- 
rii; V, 389. — Latinum; YII, Sga. 

— obscurum; VIII, 21. — pacisj IV, 
aaa. — Pompeiij VIII, 820 : IX, 
io5o. — populare j VII, 694. — Ro- 
manum; VIII, 798. — sacrum; ib. 
793 : VIII, 806: IX, 409. — tan- 
tumţ IX, 597. — non tantum in Cae- 
sare erat^ I, i44' — Trojaej IX, 964. 
~— yenerabile; ib. 202. -^ quod mun- 
dus amat; VIII, 276. — Nomen al>- 
stulit pelago; IX, 956. — habentes 
anni; VII, 44^- — pertulit ad andas; 
I, l^ol. — tibi aufert Hiberus; IV, 
23. — Hiberis miscentes; IV, io. 

— Hesperium perdere; II, 56. — 
tuum prosequar^e'^. 3o3. '-^JYominis 
causaj IV, 591. — exsilio notescent 
littora; V, 785. — famat IX, 92. 

— ruina t VIU, 55o. — umbra; ib. 
449* — raagni umbra stat; I, i35. — 
noştri fama; II, 633. — - Romani rec- 
tor; I, 36o. — JYomine signare; IV, 
655. — Cxsaris audito; II, 465. — 
hoc famae felix; VI, 257. — Latio fa»- 
tossignatis;II, 645. — mundi; VIII, 
128. — prisco Enchelix; III, 188. — 
vero elicere; VI, 742. — quo dicent 
scelus ; VIII , 609. — sine nomine nul- 
lum saxum; IX, 973. — Nomine sub 
Herculeo sacratus; 1 , 4^5. — sub 
nostro miles ; V, 344* — JYomina di- 
Tersi mundi;. III, 273. — babentes 
pestes ; VI , 681 . — operi iuTenies; IX^ 
1029. — obi'uit; VIII, 437. — rebus 
dare; VI 773. — famae; X, 544* — 
feralia; VII , 4o8. — magna; ib, 209. 

— nova fastis dare; V, 5. — pauperis 
aevi; X, i5l. — popularia; VI, 79$. 

— tanta borremus ; X , 389. — Untae 
famae; V, 468. — TorquaU; VII, 
584* — vana, Catones; I, 3i3. 

Non aliter; VII, i45. — ullus san- 
guis ; IV, 4 , 274. — ulla macbina ; X , 
481. — uUa qua serpens; IX, 766. — 
non; VI, 671, ele. — Non nisi; VII, 
395.— Non sic; VI', 648. — Non 
solum, sed; IV, agi, 683. ^Non 



NOT 269 

untum ; V, 370. — Non nmquam ; 
VI, 447. — Non unus; IV, 545. 

Nondum; IV, 593 : V, 2o3 : VI, 
758 .VU, 593,777, 807: VIU, 9, 
i5, 5ii, 673, 786, 836, 839: X, 
110, 166* — victo hoste; VII, 3io. 

Nonne^ VII, 365. — juvat; ib. 
698. 

Nosco : novit fibras; VI, 524. ""^ 
bumor foramina;lX, 811. — mini- 
mum terrae fluvius; V, 4^7* "" opes; 
IX, 443* — Novere dominos; VII, 
285. — Noruntf IX, 847. — iVoi^c- 
rat arcana; VI, 4^2. — Mempbis bi- 
bJos contexere; III, 223. -^ usum f 
IX, 4^7- — Norat ponere; ib. 198. 

— Noscant venturas clades per omi- 
na; II , 6. — Norit arenas; VT3I, 774. 

— Nosset Magnumt^ft. 679. — iViw- 
cere causas;iy, 991. — £bra fata; 
VI, 4^7* "^ fiuem; ib. 592. — quaa 
monstra forent facturi; VII, 464* -~ 
quodmalim;X, 189. — ex umbris; 
VI, 779. — Nosse caeli secreta; I,. 
640. — Deos; ib. 4^2 : III, 4i7« -" 
domos; VI, 5l4> — gustu veneni; 
IX, 937. — modum juris ; ib. 190. — " 
ortu»NiIi; X, 298. — te; ib. 287. — 
tjrannos; VIII, ^8a.— • Noscendi Ni- 
lum ; X , 268. — Nosci volentes; ib, 
180. 

iVb^fer Jupiter ; IX, 5 14- — miles ^ 
VI, 717. — mundus;<&. 65o. — or- 
bis; VIII, 5 II. -^ pontus; X, 3i4- 

— senex^X , i36. — Nostra Hecatc; 
VI , 700. — causa ; IX, 23o. — juven- 
tus; IV, 499» — matrona; X, 67. — 
Pbarsalia; IX, 985. — senectus; 1^. 
234. •— tellus ; VI, 572. -^ urbs; IX, 
2o3. — iVbstrt manes ; VIII, 834. — 
tori; ib. io3. — Nostra arma; Vil ,. 
368. — arva; VIII, 5 14. — cadaveraj 
ib. 438. — funera ; ib. 433. — visce- 
ra; VI, 7o3. — iVo^fnpars; V, 264. 

Nota busti; VIII, 772. — Magna 
est una; ib. 711. — ventorum; V». 
549. — digna signavit; ib. 391- — 
Notas amisere ; II , 167 . — per nota» 
prodere; VII, l52. — Notis alvuia 



I 



370 



NOV 



piogitur ; IX y 7 1 3. — tetris tineta tis- 
cera^ I, 619. 

IfotayU crimen Deum; VIU, 55. 
— - hune Toce 5 IX , 32 1 . — > pugnam ^ 
VII , 20. — tonitrua; ib, 197. — JVo^ 
tel unde terraa; YHI , 168. — NoUu^ 
sel si mens signa; VII, 2o3. 

JYotescere leges populis; X, 298. 

— Notescent litora ; V, 784. 
NotiUain futuris conferre ^ X , 271. 
Noto : notatum amore lequorţ IX, 

954. 

JYotus (rentus) imbribns ater^ V, 
608. — vacat; IV, 71. — post terga 
âagrans;X, 5o. — turbans^ VI, 471* 

— JYoti latus; IX, 419. — JVotum 
vindicat unda; II, 460. —JYoUfn'yy, 
54a : IX, 695. — in JYoton cădit 
umbra^ IX , 53g, -— sob IVoton / VII, 
364- "^ trana Btoion pellnnt; X, 34^* 
— . Noto ferienda terga; IX, 877. — 
orb«aa torqi&ente ; ih, 481. — plenx 
rates; II, 683. — spirame; VI, 294. 

— vela negare; IX, 326. — iVb/«fo- 
▼ere cladem; X, 5oo. 

JYotus : nota statio; IV, 586. — 
Notum cadaver; VII, 627. — faerit 
discrimine; IX, ^01, — litus; VIII, 
130. — os; IX, io34* — lYoti orbis 
viribus; IV, \^S. — erepto Tellere 
Colcbi ; II , 59 1 . — NoUb f ulsere aqui- 
1»; I, 244- — N'oUor nec uUi est lux 
crastina; III, 594* 

tfouerca saîva ; IV, 637. 

JVoifus rex; VIII, 453. — tumor; 
X, 326. — JVoua mors; VI, 619. — 
vita ; ib, 660 , 753. — Novum corpus ; 
IV, 632. — Nowam tellurem cernere; 
't ^94* — Not^ vento icla aeqoora; 
II, 458. — Wova luce coUem cons- 
cendere; IV, 92. — tellure compressa 
ora; II, 680. — Nouo fonte renatum 
flumen; 111,263. — Novi casus; IV, 
342 : V, 487- — ritus; VI, 509. — 
usns; ib, 5^8. — Nova acies; VII, 
853. -^ habenae; VI, 899. — herbx; 
ib. 86. — inferiae; IV, 789. — res; 
VIII , 265. — Nova acta veteres 
triumphos obscurent; I, 12 1. — caeli 



NOX 

signa; VII, ao3. — fata; IX, 545.— 
fiigc furta; IV, 4x6. — monstra; X, 
337. — moriis signa ; II, ii5. — vul- 
nera ; VI , 668. — litora ponţi; I, 693. 

— Nova* vires reparare; ib, i34. — 
Novorum scelerum proventu; II, 60. 

— Novissima lux ; VII , go. 

Nox abstulit cxlum, etc. VIII , 58. 

— dedit animi hoc; X, 68. -^ diem 
caelo per aigna sequetur; I, 91. — 
habet Thessaliam; VIII, 45. — in- 
cnmbit galeis; VII, 178. — pars vi- 
ta; VII, 7. — pependit super cam- 
poe; VII, 5ao. — peraget bella; X , 
391. — Phoebo merito substituit lu- 
minat IV, 282. — receperit boras; X ^ 
218. — subit; III, 735. — tibicur- 
reret; VII, 4^*4- — urget sagittas 
Thessalicas; IV, 528. — atra; IX, 
839. — clamorem edidit; I, 579. -^ 
caehim tenet; UI, 4^4* — condit Iu-* 
cern; IV, 47^* — ^^ sidera condit^ 
I, i5. — beata; VH, 28. — bello- 
rum; IV, 244» — caeca; X*, 5o6. — 
cajli; V, 627. — hiberna; VIU, 468. 

— infanda; X, 106. — insomnis; IV, 
200. — jussa tenere diem; VI, 83o. 

— longa; ib. 647. — raanes Deis mix- 
tura; V, 636. — poli alte; VI, 571. 

— sceleriim; VII, 571. — septima ; 
IX, 1004. — Stygia; VII, 817. — 
subtexta polo; IV, 104. — supera; 

'VII, 770. — terra nulla celsior; IX , 
693. — tota; VIII, 4o4' — ^^^y «*• 
Ii4> — tuta viris; IX, 922. -« una 
duci donata ; X , 4^2. — una si quem 
jnnxerit; ib, 36 1. — una tuis non cre- 
dita muris; I, Sao. — Noctis lux sol- 
verat umbras; I, 261. ^- itcrj X, 
333. —rex; VI, 741. — tempus per 
vacuum ; 1 , 536. — tenebrae ; VI , 624. 
-^ tenebris răpit agmina; I, 228. •*— 
NocU par Fhoebus; X, 227. — Noc- 
£em duxere Mjcenc ; I, 544< — per 
obscuram clara imago visa ^ 1 , 187. -' 
in noctem prono Olympo ; IV, 29. — 
Nocte diem muUt; X, 202. — dilata 
dies; VI, ^62, — mersi furorcs; VII, 
170. — coacta habitare rus; VII, 



NUB 

396. — • exigua Bootes lucet; IU, aSa. 

— illa premunt hune; VII, 783. — 
sopora pulsat atria^ II, a36. •; — sul> 
nocte relictis silvisj I , ,55g. — - sub 
quanta; IX , i3. — JYoctes crescunt ^ 

V, 25. — referunt hoc; X, a6i. — . 
yeotura luce rubebant^ IV, laS. — 
obscuras^ I, 626. — subit» 5 VII, 
45a. — Julia teneat; III, 37.— ver* 
tit polus; VIII, 39a. 

JYoxia fato tellus^VIII, 833. — 
pestisj IX, 6i4. — iat»; *^- 733' — 
pocula^ VI, 454» — ^^*> VIII, 6o3. 

JYubes et nimbus j VI, 5i4- — bel- 
lorumţ IV, 488. — effudit Gentauros ^ 

VI, 387. -^ nou irobrifera; IX, 455. 

— obscura; VI, 90.-^ squalens; VI, 
625. — timoris; V, 297. — JVubis to- 
iiitruaj VI, 693. — JVubem immeD- 
sam coDSurgerc; II, 481. — in nube 
teoebat bruma pluyias ; IV, 5i, •— ca- 
ca telonim; II, 263. — sua texit aera; 
XV, ^68. — JYubes dens»; VIII ,721. 

— fregerunt fulmina; VII, l54. — 
nullx a Caesare obsteut; I, 69. — 
orieote remotae diem inceudere ; IV, 
68. — pabula flammis; VII, 5. — un- 
de procnl j ibi 479» — sicc«; IV, 33 1 . 

— JYubes cogente Borea; III, 69.— 
excedit Olympus ; II , 27 1 . — in aequo- 
ra dedoxit solj V, 54 1. — invenit 
EurusjIV, 62. — IVubes in yellera 
sparserat; IV, 124* — in nubes abiere 
Ceraunia ; II , 626. — Nubibus et cae- 
loj V, 571. — teclum cacumenjIII, 
7. — liber stber; ib, 522. — atris ex- 
cussa fulgura; ib, 409. — sine ullis 
taciturn fulmen ; 1 , 533. 

Nubiferum ver ^ V, 4>5i. — lYubi^ 
fercB Alpis coUes ; 1 , 689. — JYubife^ 
ram Alpem; III, 299. — Nubijero 
Ettro polus cesserit j II , 459* 

Nubila; V, 4^3' — tanguntur ▼«- 
lis; ib. 642. — tenuerunt mcestam lu- 
cem; I, 235. — pellunt;X, 242. — 
prxducunt; VI, 4^» — ^^ nubila 
fluctus pertulit 5 IV, 81. — per nubila 
yentis cxpressum fulmen; I, i5i. 

Nubo : nub€% soror fratri j X , 357. 



NUM 



271 



Nupsi impia; VIII, 96. — Nupta 
duci Latio^X, 358. — Nuptasi D, 
36o. 

JYuâare latus Dacis; VIII, 425. — 
jyudantur arenae refluo mari; IV, 428. 

— lumina ; VI , 758. — JVudata gena * 
fuga; II, 462» — Nudatam arcem de- 
serit; ib, 472. ^- Nudato milite telii; 
III, 670. — JVudata fuga terga; IV, 
713. —- JVudatos colles conspiciens^ 
ib, 148. — lacerios cingunt; II, 364- 

— inter montea; III, 4^8. 

JYudus pectora ; VI , 256. — prei- 
sisset arenas; ib, 3og, — Nasamon^ 
IX, ^o. »- Pompeius; ib, 157.— 
Nuda arena; ib, 882. — tellus; IV» 
6o5 : VI , 55o : VII, 867. — yirtuaj 
IX, 594. — umbra; VUI, 434. — 
Nuda erate fluentes ; 1 , 341. — Nu^ 
dum doraum ; IV, 682. — latus; V> 
5id, 807. — litua; VUI, 363. — sine 
corpore yulnus ; IX, 769. — - Nttdo 
pectore tegens; III, 619. — Nudi 
arant; IV, 334- — Cethegi; VI, 794. 

— cineres; IX, 64. — Nuda Aquilo- 
nibus; V, 720. — Nuda armamenta; 
IX, 329. — busU; VI, 519. — lu- 
mina; VIII, 683. — Nudos per aera 
ramos efiundens; 1 , 139. — Nuda per 
regna Jugurtbx; II, 90. -^ Nudis 
adstare lacertis; I, 189^ — evolyunt 
saxa lacertis; IU, 481. 

Nullus Deorum; VIII, 706. — yi- 
rorum; IX, 993. — yertex; VI, 644» 
-« nuUi negatum numen ; V, loa» «^ 
Nulla ferarum; VIII, 599. — non 
ataş; X, 270. — non carioa; IX, 48. 
-^ nullo semine monstra protulerat ;. 
I, 589 — Nulii hominum; Vll,63i. 

— Nulla: non gentes; IX, 94. 
Num ,♦ VIII , 397. — gessimus; VII, 

643. — diyidit; IV, 484- -" tamcn; 

IX, 73. 

Numa ( jussit senatores in Albano 
monte sacriticia nocte facere] : iVu- 
mam jussisse questus; VII, 396. -« 
NumcB sacrifico cecidere; IX, 478. 

Numen auxiliare ; VI , 5a3. — ayer- 
sum; VI, 3i4' — genlibuslsis; IX , 



a72 



NUN 



1 58. — mihi jam es ; 1 , 63. — si me<- 
cum es; VIII , i43. — in perfosso peo- 
tore inclusunij YI, ^53. — inTitum; 
ib. 44^- — morum prionun; IX, 621. 

— non eget vocibus j ib. 575. — se- 
curidum aquis; 16.645. < — siDistram^ 

IV, ig4- — summum; VIII, 860. — 
tam magnum ; IX , 55 1 . — Numinis fa- 
Tore yir ferus^ II, 86.— summi instar 
Borna; I, 199. — templa; X, 16. >^ 
JYmmen dat locisf I, 608. -^ JYumine 
adrerso pugnax; VH, ^19. — mixto; 

V, 73. — ab omni tibi cedetur; I, 5o. 

— JYumina dare fas est; VII, 4^* 
— sunt uobis; ib. 44^* ~~ uec deerunt; 
I, 349. — modum posaere^ ib. 81. -^ 
caeli Dosse; ib. \S^. • — memorata per 
orbem; IX , 548. — regni Stygii ; VII, 
169. — miscebit flamma; I, 38o. — 
terris iunoxia; IX, 727. — torqaere ; 

VI, 598. — si nasci credimus; VIII, 
458. -^ non Yulgatis figuris sacrata; 
ILI> ^16. — in ssya querelas efiun^ 
dunt; II, 44* 

Numeral populos Magui; VII , ^92. 

— Numerare divitias; VI, l\o^. — * 
Numeraio militeţ III, 285. 

Numerosa signa; IV, a5. 

JYumerus arenae; V, 18a. — regum; 
VIII, 23i. — turba; X, 127. — vfes- 
tiat agros ossibus; VII, 538. — ^ in 
nunierum pars magna perit; 11^ iii. 

— Numero locoque deprensa; VI, 
168. — modoque membrorum ; I , 
56a. *-^ in numero scelerum ponenda ; 
X , 472. — ^ Numeris moventibus as- 
tra; I, 641. 

JYumidcB,' VII, 229. — avi; VIII, 
287. — fugaces; IV, 746. — vagi ; 
ib. 677. 

Numquam nisi; VI, 647. — non; 

VI, 745. 

Numquid credimus ; V, 486. 

Nune denique; VIII, xoi. — ex- 
spectat; ib. 724. — nune; V, 465 : 
VIU, 126 : X, 291, 309. — sude , 
nune contoţ VI, 174. — olim; IX, 
604. — quoque; VII, ^o. 

JYunliet funera ; VII , 4 ' • 



OBD 

Nuniius armorum; VIII, 52. — 
Nuntia velox bdli ; 1 , 471* 

NurusTDJMey VIII, 4oi« — ^infanda 
passurie; V, 307. -^Dfurihus decoros 
gestare; I , i65. 

Nusquam sagittas rexere ; VII , 5 15. 

Nutant turres; VI, i36. -— Nutet 
quercut; I, i4i. — Nutaret ratis 

III, 695. — Nutare ruinam sensit 
VII^ 344*^ -— iVuto/ite mundi ruina 

IV, 393. — Nutantes ruina domos 
1 , 49^* "— Nutantia carius vela ^ 

VIII, 47» — ■ Nutanlibus jugis; I, 
553. 

Nutu saluUre; IV, 173. 
iV^'iT^A^ lueum non tenentj III, 
4o3. 
Njrmphceum^ V, 720» 
Nysa Bacchum avertere;!, 65. 
NyscBus Hydaspes; VIII, 22 7. 
Nyseia juga; VIU, 801. 

O. 

o beatUs j VIÎI, 843. — behe nudi 
cineres; IX, 64. — bene rapta mors; 

IX, io58. — bona libertas ; e6. no8. 

— c«ci; VII, 95. — Ciiix; IX, 222. 
decus; VI, 690 : VII, 588. — domus; 
VI, 819. — domitor; VII, 25o. — 
duclor; VIII, 759. — facnltas; V, 
527. — famuli; IX, 274. — faU pu- 
doris; VIU, 678. -- felix; VII, 29: 
IX, 126, 207. — fortunati; IV, 319. 

— indigne; VIII, 95. — juvenis; VI, 
606, 8o3. — populus; U, 116. — 
miseri; VII, 43. — nali; IX, 88. — 
porţilor; VI, 704. — quantum pcenituit^ 
IV, 385. — quibus placuit; IX, 379. 

— rabieB;VII, 474. —Roma; VIU, 
836. — sacer labor; IX, 980. — se- 
nex; X, 176. — sors fati;IX, 1046. 

— summos hominum ; VII, 2o5. — 
Superi; V, 669 : VII, 58 , 869 : VUI, 
542 , 63o, 739. — utinam; IV, 609 : 
VIU, 88, 3o6. 

06ferrum;IV, 578. 

Obduxit capul amictu; IX, 109. 

— castra maniplis; IV, 3|. — Ob- 



OBR 

duxere tenebrae oculos; III, 735. — 
Obduoere terram mundo; IX, 64^* 
— - Obducti concrescant sanguine 
fluctus; III, 573. — Obdueta Phojbi 
peoetraliaj V, 69. 

Obeo : obit cadayera ; VII , 565. — 
Tulnera belii; VI, aoS. — Obit ciy'u; 
IX, 190. — libertatis fides; lA. !2o5. 

Obicis tumulum Magno ; VIII , 
796. — Obicit Pompeium Deis j IX , 
188. 

Objice ponţi; X, 246. 

Oblimat Ecliioadas undis; VI, 364. 

Obliquat carbasa laevo pede; V, 
4^8. — Obliquent flumina fontes; 
IV, 117. 

Obliquus sanguig; VIII, a86. — 
Obliquum in amnem sonipes oppo- 
nitur; I, 220. — per orbem bigas 
agitare; I, 78. — Obliqua flamma; 
I, 154. -^Obliquum transtrum ; 
VIII, 67 1 .— caput ; IV, 726.— Obli- 
quum latus ictus accipit ratis; III, 
628. — Obliquo molas inducere cul- 
tro ; 1 , 610. — pectine mixtis remis ; 

III , 609. — sidere Bomam yideas ; I , 
55. — Obliqua mânu percussa; IV, 
625.'"— Obliqua alni ; IV, 4^2. — ce- 
hortes; VII, 522. — bastae; IV, 774. 

— Obliqua signa ; IX , 533. — Obli- 
quos axes quumyerteret; II, 237.— 
Obliquas bostibus pnebuit alnos ; III , 
562. •— per inane faces volantes yide- 
runt; I, 528. 

Oblitus Magni; X, 77. — servare 
▼ices pontus; V, [44^* — signorum; 

IV, 2x2. — simulare togam; III, i43. 

— ObUia favi; IX, 286. — flexus 
( luna ); ib, 694. — ^ug») V, 810. 

Obliuio mentes cepit; X, 4o3. 

Obliuium : obUvia, trabens; IX, 
356. — - Letbxx ripae ţ IU, a8. 

Obluctata morţi; III, 662. 

Obnixus Auster; IX, 334* 

Obnoxius Austro; V, 379.— 03- 
noxia fluctibus Ancon; II, 402. — 
fato pars ratis; IX, 336. 

Obruit corporibus bostes ; VI ,171* 

— dies montes; V, 616. — bunc'pba- 

//. Pars altera. 



OBS 273 

larica ; VI , 1 99. — mare tellurem un- 
dis ; III , 60. — • Domina ; VIII , 438. 

— quam sopor; IX, 672. — Obruet 
gentes Marş; VII, 390. — Odnie saxa; 
VIII, 799. — Obrual si meos bellum ; 
VII, 664. — Obruitur bastis; IV, 
775. — telis; X, 454» — Obrutus in 
undis; V, 39. — Obruta Tirtus; IV, 
491. — Obruta litora ponto; VII, 
139. 

Obscoenus amor; X, 363. — Ob- 
sccena mater; ib. 78. — Obscoeni ca- 
nes; VII, 828. — haustu^; IV, 3 12. 

Obscurat famam; IV, 718. — Ob- 
scurent triumphos ; I , i a i . 

Obscurum dissilit; V, 63 1. 

Obscurus pallor; VII, 200. — Ob- 
scura nubes; VI, 9. — sors; ib. 771. 

— Obscurum nomen; VIII, ao. — 
aeraramis cingens lucus; III, 400.— 
Obscuram per noctem imago Tisa; I, 
187. — Obscura noctes; ib. 526. — 
Obscura feruntur signa; ib. 664. — 
sidera ; VIII , 728 . — tempora; VI, 1 aol 

Obseptus bostis; VI, 292. 
Obsequium Deorum ; V, 294. 
Obsequor : obsequitur^ "VlJl , 576. 
Obses pacis; X, 55. — Obside bac; 
VIII,i3i. 

Obsidet bostem saturum ; VI , 117. 

— Obsedit Magnnm muris apertis ; 
X, 546. — Obsessus gerit expugnan- 
tis opus; ib. 490. — nullo ab boste 
miles; IV, 94- "— Obsessa yenenis 

. Pboebe ; VI, 5oi. — Obsessum Sagun- 
tum; III, 35o. •— Obsessi languore 
profundi; V, 45o. — Obsessis super- 
suntpignora; IV, 5o2. 

Obsidione muros claudere ; III , 
343. — subacti; IX, 273. 

Obsistere aquis; X, 319. — jura 
yiribus; III, 1 13. — Obsistit^er exlo; 
VII, 198. 

Obsiius pallore aer; V, 6*7. — Ob- 
sita funercR lâna; II, 367. 

Obstat meatibus lunae; IX, 693.—» 
Pboebo; ib. 528. — quidquam yitali- 
bus; VI, 194* — obstitit illi flamma; 
X, 38. — yeuientibns aether; VII, 

1^8 



274 occ 

i53 — Obstaret quidquid, impellens; 
I, i5o. — Obsiare sagittae; VIII, 379. 

— ObsUmtehcWo; YU,65i. — OA- 
stantes Taganti tripodes; V, 173. — 
Obstantibus nullis ; III , 364- 

Obstricta meritii Parthia; VIII, 
235. — ObstricU Dei j YI, 4g4. 

Obstruitis campos ^ II , 495. — O^ 
struxit fauces Apolloţ V, 197.— Ob- 
strueret libiiEtoam; X, 44^• 
O£fu;}(iUduxj IV, 748' 

ObUnditur armia causaţ VIII, 339. 

Obterit capiit saxoj VI, 176. — 
ObtrivU paLula eques; VI, 82. — 
Obteret hostem j VII , 276. — Obtri- 
tis ossibusj III, 656. 

Obtinet tumulos ţ VI , 5 1 2 . 

Obvius equesj IV, 262. — Obuia 
ceu lastoj VII, 7i5. — fuit cui dies,- 
IX, 208. — nox; VIU , 58. — terra 5 
IX, 339. ■— turba ducij III, 82. — 
Obi/ia bella j ib. 36 1. — moenia; VI, 
3. — rustra rostris; III, 544« — i"*- 
festis signis signa^ I, 6. 

Occasus mea jura timet^ II, 588. 

— ad oocasiim veoit^ X, 276. — Oc- 
eoiu in alto Jupiter premitur^ I, 661 . 

— Occafu<(plur. ); VI, 36i : X, 39. 

— iu occasus torquetur ^ ib. 290. — ^ 
vergit; IX, t^lki. 

Occidimus ; IX, 124. 

Occiduus cardoj IV, 672. — Oc- 
ciduum cselum^ X, 242. — in orbem 
Eurus nubes torsit'IV, 63. — Ocoi^ 
duis a Mauris patet^ IU, 494* 

Occulere te Lesbo; V, 727. — Oc^ 
cultus hostis; IV, 73 1. — Occulta 
fraus; X, 345. — • Occulium scelus; 
IV, 253. — Occulti latices^ ib. 293. 

— Occultos cursus Tigridis tellus te- 
git^ IU, 262. — in agros sparsus , 
IV, 92. 

Occambere infesto lelo; II, 198. 

— morte ^ IV, i65. — Occubuit ar- 
mis^ IX, 129. — Occubuisse in armis j 

IX, 567. 

Occupat ignes; II, i^g. — imbrem 
cornix j V, 555. — oraj VIII, 670. 
Oecurrere fato; IV, 48<>' ~~ ^o- 



ocu 

mam credite; VU, 373. — Oecurrit 
Boreas; V, 66i. — die»; X, 4'- — 
mentibus; 1, 480. — hostibus fiigiens; 
VI , 298. — primus ; VIII , 2o5. — 
puppi tellus j ib. 25o. — puppibus ; 
UT, 704. — Oecurrunt polo^X, 200. 

— Occurrent tibi monimenla ; VIII , 
436. — Oceurrat alter; II, 54» — mi- 
hi serpens; IX, 397. — Occurrant 
robora densK silvaej UI, 363. 

Occursum hostis extendere partea ţ 
II, 395. — Occursu ducis stupuere; 

vm, 16. 

Oceanus adest; X, 216. — adlîgat 
terrasj ib. 255. — ingens fuuditurţ I, 
411. — sole caleosj IX, 625. — refu- 
sus; VIII, 798. — suus; ib. 294» — 
Oceani xstus palus repulit; IV, io3. 

— litora cursu suo pepulisse ; ib. 22. 

— undas remo compescuit j I, 370. — 
Oceanum admittere; UI, 279. — bi- 
bit arcuş; IV, 81. — distinct plaga; 
ib. 675. — Titan erigat; I, 4^^^. — 
vocant incerţi stagna profundij U, 
571. — - Oceano, Rhenoque -vincula 
daret; III, 77. — classea inferrc; X, 
36. — locum fecere j IX , l^i^. — egit 
equos Titan; VU, 2. — fuso aic navi- 
gat; IV, i35. 

Oclor flammia cxli, et tigride; V, 
4o5. — fund» Balearis verbere; I, 
23o. 

Ocius^ IX, 781. 

Octavius lilyricae uudx custos; IV, 
433 et seq. 

Oculi tenebrx ; IX , 674. — Oculo 
vix modum prendente; IV, 20. •— 
Oculi et lumina; V, 212.-— haerentea 
arvis; VU, 789. — humentes; IV, 
522. — minaces; VII, 291. — no- 
centes; IX, 127. — aedibua expulsi; 
111,713. — sicci; VUI, i55. — tîc- 
toris; IX, 139. — Oculos arertit; ib. 
io36. — quantum morlis eflundere 
rear; ib. 680. — fulgure clauait; VII, 
157. — in morte jacentea premit; II, 
26. — obduxere tenebrx; III, 735. 

— pressere tenebrae; VII, 616. —an- 
te oculos erat mors; IX, 763. — vo- 



OLY 

litare;VII, 180. — Oculi s immer^it 
mănos ţ VI, 54 1. — lustrarej YII, 
795. — siibdncere; VII, 673. — in 
ocu/{> hominumfregerunt; VII, i54* 

Odere Romanos^ VII, Î184. — Ode- 
runt aenects YÎTacU fata^ II, 65. — 
Oderat Magnum; IX , ai. — Odisse 
terras; VII, 86g. — vix Tacat; III, 
io3. 

Odium futuri; VIU, i65. — Odiis 
data libeitaa ţ II, i45. — sufficit ensis; 

VII, 490. — atadiisque carens^ II, 
377. 

Odoratas pennte aer; IV, 439* — 
Odoraii tabem leones; VII, 827. 

Odores Eoi; VIU, 73 1. 

OEdipodionice Thcb» j VIII , 407. 

OEneus,' VI, 363. 

OEnone Naist IX, 973. 

OEteeus vertex ; VI , 389. — OEtte- 
um robur; VII, 807. — OEtceoB ni- 
pcs; VII, 483. 

QEtej VII, 449» "^ ^^ Herculis; 

VIII , 800. — OEten Herculeam Ii- 
quit; III, 178. 

Offert fratrera amissum lagentibus; 
III, 608. — ObtuUt cui enses; IX, 
309. — hospita tellus puppibas acces- 
sus; UI, 43. -— offîciuin; IX, 64. — 
soTs; ib. 55o. — Oblatum teropus; 
VII, 278. — Tulnus; IV, 764. 

Officium hoc obtulit; IX, 64- ■'— 
Officio finem imponere; VIU, 786. 
— Officiis mei» averte; VIU , 763. — 
suiş caret unda ; X , a3o. 

O^gio Lyao pleoa; I, 675. 

Olentes agri; VII, 821. — mem- 
bra favillx; VI, 537. 

Olim factura ^ IX , 604. — gesserat; 
ib. 176. — obil; ib. ao^. ~- pendere; 
V, 769. — proderit; VIU, 865. — 
potens ; VI, 355. — timeate c»lo; 

IX, 656. 

Olfmpiaca palxstra; IV, 614. 

Olympus ^yi, 341* -~ circumla- 
bens; 16. 484- ■— nubes exoedit; U, 
271. — gelidus; V, 4- — suspexit nu- 
bcs; VI, 477- — tacitus; VIII, 171. 
— - Ofympi fuga; X, 199. — rector; 



OMN 



5175 



II, 4. ■— summus cardo Tetbyn tenet; 
IV, 72. — extremi conTexa; VU, 
478. — Ofympum tulit Hercules cer- 
vice sicca; IV, 639. — Oijrmpo cou- 
currit Pindus; VII, 173. — discessit 
Ossa ; VI, 347. — propius accessit ; 
II, 398. — in nectem prono; IV, 28. 

— medio caput ferret Titan ; 1 , 54©. 
Omen bellis, equus; VI, 397. — 

dirum;IV, 53 1. — erat duci timere 
arma; VII, 34i. — l»tum; VUI, 
585. — scelerum furores; VU, 184. 

— co]iibusabstulit;rV, 664. — Omi- 
ne diro ; 1 , 112. — Omina canere ; 
VI, 716. — tulit quies; VII, 22. — 
Tuscus flexu involTens; I, 637. — 
festa simulare; III, loi. -^ per dira 
clades noscant; II, 6. — Ominilus 
suiş castra perilura petiere; III, ai 2. 

Omenta latebras tuas prodeuot ; I , 
625. 

Omnis cecidi ; VUI, 266. — artus ; 

VI, 754. — eques; VII, 53o. — mi- 
les; IV, 3n. — musculus; IX, 771. 

— orbis ; VIII , 623. — populas; VU, 
841 : VIII, 363. — rex; V, 754. — 
vir ; IV, 629. — Omnis «tas in cod- 
geriem renit; V, 177. — Africa; IV, 
666. —arbor; VII, 836. — dextera; 
X , 4i4' — bora; IX , 883. — lancea ; 

VII, i4o. — Libye; IX, 522. — 
mors; IV, 49' * VI, 56i. — nox; 
Vin , 45. — pietas; IX , 1 79. — ple- 
bes; ib. 253. — purpura; VII, 228. 

— regia; X, 527. — spes; V, 455. 

— statio; IV, 463. — stella; VI, 
609. — tWra; V, 671. — Tiu; ib, 
796. — unda; ih, 644« — Omne ani- 
mal; VI, 485. — auxilium; VIU, ' 
333. — bellum; VI, 184: VU, 421. 
— • eadaTer ; JV, 787. — caput fiuWi; 
X , 223. — cxlum ; VII , 206. — de- 
cus; ib. 597. — fas, et nefas; V, 3i3. 

— imperium ; VIU, 798. — iter ; IX, 
493. — malum, ncfas; VII, 12a. — 
missile; VI, 209. — nefas; V, 272: 
VI, 527 : VII, 5i8. — nemus; I, 
3o6: VU, 836.— uomen; VII, 891. 

— onus classis^ IX, 319. — obse- 

18* 



276 



OPA 



quium; V, agS. — penetrale; VI, 
45o. — solum; IX, 453. — vulgus; 
ib, 187 : ib, 7a5. — vulnusj VIII, 
727. — Omnem per campum efiusa ^ 
II, ai 5. — Omne abstrusumj IX, 
7^8. — timendum facit rictor; ib, 47* 

— Omni jam parte; VII , 66. — Om- 
nes annij VIII, 789. — gladii; VII, 
781. — cladesj ib. 65o. — Omnia 
fau; VI, 6ia. — membra; IX, 809, 
9 1 3. — vela ; VI , 287 . — Gxsar erat j 
UI, 108. — agit fatum praeceps; VI , 
98. — canei tibi; VI, 81 3. — com- 
plecţi ţ IV, 189. — complere imbri- 
bus 'y VI , 465. — cupientes j VII , 764. 

— dat arma tenenti ; I, 349* — eripis 
fato; IX, 980. — falis permitlunt; 

VII, 333. — in casus mittere; VII, 
339. — laceras; VII, 665. — leto 
datis; IX, 732. — passus; VII, 786. 

— passo Mărio; II, i3i. — possunt 
ist» manus; V, a88. — posuit Deus 
medio campq; VII, 348. — praefert 
iiobis; IX, 1095. — promiserit; VII, 
759. — răpit; ib. 487 : IX, 543. — 
secum trahere; VII, 654» — semel 
victor jusserat; II, 147. — terror 
cooficit; VII, 734. — vincensj VIII, 
229. — ventura j VI , 424* — regum; 

VIII, 509. — Romana; VII, 4^5. 
— • victi ducis gerere ; IV, 342. — in 
ornnîa ducit regenr; X, 461. — flu- 
grantis belii; III, 390. — Omnibus 
annis; VII, 421. — annisnon reparet; 
VII, 388. — unus adest; IX, 884. 

— uso; II, i32, 

Oneraius iniles in rupeiT nîtitur; 
IV, 37. — Onerata colonis moles; 
IV, 4^^' — comis facies; VI, 517. 

Onus navem a fluctu defendit; V, 
586. — nutaretţlll, 459, — classis^ 

IX, 320. — conjugii; V, 725. — mo- 
lis; VI, 483. •*— puppis ; VII, 127. — 
amolitur humeris ; V, 355. •— sentiet 
axis; I, 57. 

Onyx calcabatur; X, 117. 
Opacai humum; VI , 645. 
Opacus anfractusjIV, iSg. — Opa- 
cfB tenebra; VIII, 372. 



OPT 

Opera secuudae miles; VIII, 676. 

Operit postes; X, 118. — viros 
tellure; IX, 4^6. — Operire leones 
yestibus; IV, 686. — Opertus tellure 
Beus; V, 188. — Opertutn. caput; 
IX, io32. — Operti Ditis arcana; 
VI, 5i4. — tenebris yoltus; VII, 

177- 

Opes rapiuntur a yictis; VII, 746. 

— vilissima rerum pars; III, 121. — 
immodicx; IX, 197. — mundi; X, 
169. — orientis egeruntur ; III , l65. 

— populornm ; X , 383. — terra; ; IV,. 
608. — victoris; VIII, 36 1, 533. — 
novit; IX, 443* "" quaesisse; X, i5o. 

— nimias intulit; I, 160. — noslras 
sparsit ; VIII , 274» — sanguine sacro 
sparsae; III, I25. — in opes Titiari; 

IX, 424. 

Ophites Thebanus; IX, 7x3. 

Opifex rerum; X, 267. 

Opitergini coloni a Pompeia- 
nis obsessi se in\ficem occidunt ^ lY , 
46a, etc. 

Opponit lorica catenas ; VII , 499 • 

— umbras radiis; VI, 336. — Oppo~ 
suit natura mari montes; II, 620. — 
manus furenti; II, 552. — Oppone 
rostris carinas; III, 56 X. — Opponi" 
tur sonipes in obliqunm amnem; I, 
220. — Oppositus Miloni tiro; II, 
480. — Opposita virtus; IX, 570. — - 
Oppositum aperto pelago robur; HI,. 
533. — Opposita mânu premit; VII, 
567. — Oppositi bello arcere Cajcos ; 
1,46^. 

Opportuna yalli pars; VI, I25. 

Oppressit dies talia jactantes; V, 
701. — Oppressere vulnera Ixva mâ- 
nu; III , 678. — Oppressus ah armis 
elephas; VI, 208. — OppresscB de- 
pulsis hostibus arces; II, 654* 

Ops : opem artis vicere metus ; V, 
645. 

Optimus excusso lacerto; I, 4^4- 

— Optima bello legio; VII, 2x8. — 
gens flexis in gyram (renis; I, 4^5. 

— Magni pars; V, 757. 

Opto : optat causas Martis; X , 171. 



ORB 

*— vulnerat VII, 4^6. -i- figere terr» 
tela^ ib. 4^6. — Optant se socios ^ ib. 
716. — Optabit duxisse; X, i54. — 
Optaret rostra ; VII , 66. — Optaretne 
morij X, 543. — Optare diem; IV, 
5a5. — Optată pugua; VII, 25 1. 
Opus mandatur flammis; X^ 4^^* 

— surgit aggere multo } II , 679. — 
expugnantisţ.X, 49 1- — ferri; VII, 
345. -rrimmensumaperitur; 1,68. — 
raptum tumul tu belii; VI, 54* — tan- 
tum; IX, io3o. — Teterum; VI, 19. 

— Tirtutis; IX, 38 1. — Operisttf 
cultas ; X , 4^9. — Operi vicina sta- 
bat silva j III , 4^7. — vix «uffîciunt ; 
III, 18. — Opus ensis perdidit j VI , 
188. -~ hoc per oxmies ire; X, 198. 

— loDgum perduxit j III , 385. — pla- 
«uin ducit; VI, 39. 

Opus ( indecl. ) est cacminibus, ut ; 
VI, 8aa. — non est bello regnarevo- 
leoti^II, 3l8L — estmundo; X, 239. 
-;- «anguioe; VI, 555. — "victo po- 
pulis; VII, 719. — tumulis^IX, 69. 
-T— est Tobis yeneDO ; IX , 733. — vo«r 
tis; VII, 25a. — umbris; VI > 56o. 

Ora compJectitur âyrtim; IX, 43 1- 

— Ambracia; V, 65 1. 1— gelida; V, 
.55. — Ausooia; ib. 378. — Libycaj 
IX, 496. — ThessalicajVII, 3o2. — 
Orce aliae; IX, 126. — £mathi«.; 
VIII, i88. ^ Hesperias; V, 573. -r 
Libjae; IX, 37Q. — rLibycaj IV, 6n. 

— in oraş Latias iacubuit j III, 93. -^ 
Sardoas bella sparguntur ; ib, 64* — . 
ab orls Scjthicis victor remeasset; 
II , 553. — in extrerais . milcs claudi^ 
tur; I, 5x5. -^ extrenais terrarum 
Martem agit; IV, i. 

Oracula ,• IX , 592. -r- M^rtis; Vf , 
772. — tristia manes cecinere; I, 5t8i-. 

Oroior regis; IV, 47^- 

Orbatus natorum morte pafeii&; 
11,298. 

Orhis aere libratus; V, 94* — aliusL^ 
VI , 579 : VIII , 3i5. — arcanus; IX , 
864* — circumfluus Hibero; X, 4?^* 
— ^ dcserit castra 5 VIII , 532.— Eous ; 
VIII, 289. — extrema» f IX , 4^* ** 



ORB 277 

galeae; ib, 5o2. — gelidus; ih, 7o4"*- 
quibus non suffîcit; V, 356.— Lalius; 
Vm, 345. — Libycns; VII, 323^: 
IX, 547. — major; IX, 417» -^ mi- 
ser ; VIII , 34o. — noster ; ib. 5i 1 . — 
oculi laevus; VI, 2i6. — omnis; VIII, 
624. — parvus; IV, 777. — <{uem 
prxtulit; IX, 229. — - terrarum; X, 
294. — torpet; IX, 437. —post tergâ 
relictus ; IV, 353. — procumberet ; 
VII, 672. -r- Bomanus; VI^,.44I• 
— qua eratBomanus; VIII, 212. — ? 
Scythici frigoris; VI, 325. — signo- 
rum medius; IX, 532. — solis; V, 

544- vm, 160. —Iun»; V, 547.— 

Thessalicus; VII, 6. — totus; ib. 362, 
4oo. — Orbis caput; IX, i23. — re- 
gnum; VII, 53. — spatium; X,456. 
concussi vii'ibus; I, 5. -r- extremi Hi* 
beri; VII, 541. 1- igniferi tantum; 
III, 4i'— noti viribus; IV, i45. — 
Orbi illum imposuit; X, 377. — lues 
paratur; I, 644. ^— pacem excusserit; 
I, 69. — Orbem a sede movere; IX, 
466. -r-i gentibus apertum ; 1 , 465. — 
jniseris sub legesfl, 22. — partiri; 
1, 290. — Nota torquente; IX , 481. 
-T- vincendura prasstitit; III, 297. — -. 
permeat; II, 4i8. — populi»^ levare ; 
VII, 276. — serpentibus dederas; 
IX, 856. — -tenebris involvit; 1,542. 
-r-. tenerc in medio; 1 , 88. — n sibi red-* 
deret; X, 25. -^ tibi Roma subegerit ; 
I, 285. — trabentibus fatis; VII, 4^. 
— exactum conderet; II, 677. -^ 
nune hune, nuuo Olum; IU, 276* — 
totum possidet; I, i xo. -«t victdra re- 
linqueret; 1 , 369. — in orbem titu^ 
barit^ VI, 48^» -^ veniens «vum; 
VII, 390. — igaotum venialis; III-, 
a47. — oociduum lorsit; IV, 63. — 
laevum circuit; VIII, 200. "— per or^* 
bem miisa pax; I, 61. — spargenda 
membra; X , 22. — obliquum bigas 
agitare; I, 78. — - totum rursus eo; 
I, 692. — suppressa rura;{6. 3j8. •— 
urbes moverat ; III, 169. — Orbe 
evolvimur; IX, 876. — alio; I, 457. 
— « hoc potestas; IX ^ 1077* — ignoio 



278 



ORO 



triumpliof peiit; III , 3io. — quo luis- 
citarj VIII, 8a8. -^ medio; I, 58. 

— remoto ; VII , 664. — loto arceasi- 
tiir;I, 166. — Phoebe fratrem redde- 
ret; I, 538. -— al> magno te Tioci ; 
HI , 334. — ia Arctoo; I, 53. — ne 
qno non fiat; VIII, 6o3. — remoto ; 
II, 734. — toto liber Caotar erit; II, 
a8o. — aolus; III , a3o. — tub £00 
•edem dediitet ^ I, aSa. — - Orbe* e* 
temiţ IXy 9. — confuii^ V, 7i5. — 
geJidi; VI, 488. — secti wlTa; X, 
145. — squaniiferi ; IX, 709. — eflTo- 
dere; VI, 54^. — tedibus erolvit ; 
II, i84* — aaxorum turribus agitant: 
Il,45i. 

OrhUa Bewi; V, 44i.— lolis; IX , 
691. 

Oreus palleas^ VI , 715. 

Ordo «temut; VIII, 669. — fat- 
torum; ib. 817. — fonerit ruptus ; 
ib. 779. — remigit turgent; III, 53o. 

— tecundttt; VII, 58a. — venerabi- 
lit; V, i3. — Ordine pnppet ex€u 
tere; V, 710. — certo ttetit; VII, 
a 16. — gemino creritae ; III , 534. "^ 
hoc belii ibitar; II, ai3. — ioogo vi- 
tem gerit; VI, 146. — nullo ttare; 
VII, 33a. — Ordines gemioi^ IV, 
4aa. 

Orestes Pelopeut; VII, 778. 

Oricon Dardaniam teoet^ III, 187. 

Oriens primus ; VII , 36o. — Orien- 
tis opet; III, i65. — OrienU re- 
moto; IV, 68. 

Origo muodi; VI, 611. 

OrioATictut^IX, 836.— Orionis 
eotiferi; I, 665. 

Orior : oriuntur cadet; VII, 571. 
•— O/titf nimbo; IX, 660. — timor ; 
VU , 543. — Pboeboa; V, 7 18. — Or- 
ta diet; IV, 639: IX, 1006. 

Omabit manet radiit; VIf, 458. 

— Ornare templa ^oliis; VI, 260. 

— Ornante currut toga; VII, 18. — 
Ornatas carinat; III, 5ii. 

Ornus : orni procumbunt ; III , 
44o. — vuita } VI, 390. 
Proi Vm, 633. -* vot hoc; VU, 



OS 

3 18. — Orâ< Superot; VI, 5a3. -— > 
Oramus , dignere ; VIII, 11 3. — * 
Orant Catonem; IX , 647. — hottenai; 
III, 3o6. •— Orandte talutit cansa; 

IV, 346. 

Orontes celer; VI, 5i. — detertot 
accedit; III, ai4* 

Orpkeus : Orpkeo canto; IX, 643. 

Orsus bit Tocibut fari; II, 341. ^- 
tic; X , 193. — Orsa loqui; ib, 85. 

Ortus aquae; X, 3oi. — Oria 
Chelat pracedere ^ II , 693. — Orlu* 
exciţi tedibutj VIII, 3io. — Pfaoebei; 
VI, 3a9 : IX, 667 : X, 433. — to- 
tnt; VIII, 319. — toiit plur. IX, 76, 
903. — Nili mirări; X, 397. — in 
ortus discedit; IX, 4'9* *^ domino 
cedemut ; X, 5o. — perrcoit; ib. 
379. -— torquetur ; ib. 390. -— primot 
ducit; I, 683. — per orfuj fugiente 
tole; I, 543. -* tolos bella teret ; II , 
64a. 

Os advertum ; VII , 63 1 . — • dirum ; 
VI, 683. — notum; IX, 1084. — 
Fropootidit; ib. 960.— implere crtto-> 
re; ib. 760. -— Ore accipit fluctos; 
ib. 756. — fovet; VI, 488. — poscit 
berbat ; ib. 86. -— receptut tanguis ; 
I, 33 1. — rupit nodot; VI, 544- — 
trabent venena; IX, 934* -— tument 
Padot; VI , 373. — majore loqui; IV, 
573. — ab ore tancto ; II, 37a, — in 
ore est mort; VII , 139. — Ora arent 
titi; IX , 5oo. — * dentibua compresta ; 
VI, 566. — per urbem gettaU; IX, 
j37. — cadayerit; VI , 6ai. — extre- 
ma; IV, 4o8. — fumantia; IX, 739. 
— leonit ; X, 284. — Im« lurida ; V, 
55o. — miUtit anbeli; IX, 588. — 
moesta; VIII, 361. — monttri; IX , 
637. — morienlia; VII , 609. — Nili ; 
X, 314. — PelutU; VIU, 8a5. — 
numinit ; IX , 55i . — • profoadi ; II , 
677. — redundant; IX, 8 ia. — ri- 
geut; IV, 335. — torrida ; ib. 340* — 
tenatut; VLU, 5o6. -^ sonaot mur- 
mure; VI, 761. •— ^irantia; VIII, 
670. — tpumantia; VI , 719. -^ colu- 
bris texit; IX, 683. -*- frevos vexau- 



rii 



OST 

tia^ IV, 761. — metu tenere^ ib. 173. 

— succendit illij IX, 791. — pan- 
dunt; IV, Sag. — yeneno spirasse^ 
IX, 680. — • ^tD» Mulciber laxayit j 

I, 545. — <• deformia fratris^ II, 170. 

— nostra feret^ IX, 278. — parcntia 
Jacerare; VII, 6a8. — portus flexi; 

II, 707. — • profanae tenet macies^ 

VI, 5i5. — profundi compre&^a; II, 
681. — rorantia menue imposuit; ib. 
1^3. — viri suicredidit^ III, 769. — 
vulgi dissona ţ ib. 290. — ad ora ve- 
nere; X, i45. — per ora saoiem ejec- 
Ut; III, 657. 

Oscula fingens; VI, 565. — tacite 
▼uhu petit j III, 739. — dextrsiixis- 
«cj II, 114. — extrema fugi; IU, 745. 

Ofirif linotectus^ IX, 159. — Osi- 
rin testaris hominem^ VIII, 833. 

Ossa cum corporeţ IX, 7^3. — 
ardentia^ VI, 533. — ^ condiu^ VIU, 
783. •— cutemadducunt^ IV, 287. — 
feruntur deutibusţ ^II> ^^' *" nobi- 
lium; VI, 586. ^— uodosa^ VUI, 
673. — nervi» resoluta^ ib. 786. — 
pallentia ^ IX, 768. ~- siibruta fluctu ; 
VIII, 839. — abstulitrogusi IX, 784. 

— saxo obterit ; VI , 176. — ad ossa 
pervenit; VII, 841 • — per ossa viam 
pandens^ III, 467. — - Ossibus agrofi 
▼estiat; VII) 536. -— mixturus astra; 
ib, 814. — vestea implereţ IX, 60. 
«~ compositis j 1 , 568. -— obtritis^ IU , 
^6, -— de ossibus surgentem herbam^ 

VII, 865. — in sumrais stant^ VI, 
195. — sub ossibus riguere y IX , 641 . 

Ossa discessit Olympo^ VI, 348. 
«— incurrens sideribus^ VI, 4^^* '" 
Ossce piniferi rupibusj 1 , 389. 

Osscea Bottbeis ; VII , 176. — rupea j 

VI, 334. 

0*fc/ic/< vobis pignore; VIU, i3i. 
*— Ostendit aliquid tui; IX, 75. — 
nox Utoraj ib. ioo5. — rogum;^^. 
54. — Rom», quamj VII, \i^. — se 
sibi pugnasse; ib. 667. •— sidera cir- 
culus; IX, 496. — terga Britannis; II, 
672. — terras Tilau; VIU, ao2. — 
Osten<<<i/it Hecatf n DeiS; VI, 738. «— 



PAL 279 

silacus Stygios; VI, 663. — OsUn- 
dens coofectas Latinas; I, 55o.—- Os- 
tenea cxdcs placeret; II, 19a. 

Ostia Phoebo nascenti contrariat 
III, a3i.— Ponţi; X, 5i4. 

Ostrifera Chalcedon 3 IX , 969 . 

OfA/T**; VI,338. 

Otia dant mentem variara ; IV, 704* 
— da f eseist ib* 357. — ripa terat 
hostis; U, 488. — solus «gam; U, 
395. — tranquilla ages ; ib, 367. 

OvUia Rom» maculavit; II, 197. 

O vum calidum ^ IX , 90a. 



p. 



Pabvla non desunt; VI, 43—' 
flammis; VII, 5. — funesta; ib. 8a5. 

— campi amplexus; IU, 385.-— eqois 
submittit; IV, ^i\. — non ferant sul- 
ei j IV, 90. — terrae praebere; VI, 8 1. 

Pacatus Cilix; IX , a22. — vesper j 
VII, 17. 

Pacifero sermone ; III , 3o5. 
PaciJicoB secures; VH» 64. 
Paciscor nihil hac venia; II, 5x5. 

— Pacta caput monştri, IX, 666.—^ 
Pacti fata mutua; VI, 556.— com- 
mercia; i^ 49^* 

Pachyni flebilis unda ; VII > 87 1. 
Paclolos exit; UI, aio. 
Padus; IX, 75i : X, îSa, 378. — 
tumens; VI , 272. — Pado stagnante; 

IV, 134. 

Pcean nocentes arcetf V, iSg. — » 
occidit Pythona; V, 80, 167. — re- 
coxit spicnla; VII, 148. -— quo feror; 
I, 678. 

Pcedor longus; II, 73. 

Pcene^ V, 042 : X, 34i. — gener; 
VI, 364. — relatus; VIII, 753. 

Pagascea ratis; II, 7i5. — Paga- 
sceum litus; IV, 480. 

PatoBstince arenae; V, 460. 

Palcestrce liquidae auctor;lX, 66 1^ 

— studium; VII, 270. — Olympia- 
G» more; IV, 614» 

Palam,' IV, 323. — est; VI, 4i6. 

— advenissc; VII, x33. — ait; ib. 



aSo 



PAL 



279. — feccre; VI, 784 : VII, 5îi6. 

PalaUa Phoebea complet; III, io3. 

Palatum resciasum; IV| 8^7. — 
sic€uinţ IX, 744< 

Palinuri litus; IX, 4^. 

Palladia xgis ; VII , 570. 

Pallas ornat Triionida paludem ^ 
IX, 35o. -— vertice patris nata^ ib, 

— vultus vidit in siagno Tritonos / 
ih. 353. — adspecta nulii virorum ; 
ib. 994. — innuba^ ib. 665. — Pal- 
ladis aegis; VII, 149. — Pallados 
ptctusf IX, 658. 

Pallenea fuImiDaţ ^U, i5o. 
Palleo : palluit attonitiu; I, 616. 

— Phoebeţ VI, 5oa. — Paliere diem 
mirantur j VII, 178. — Pallens nocte 
sitiu; VI, 646. — Orcusj VI, 714. 

— forma; ib. 737. — luna; V, 549. 

— Pallentes sedes ; VI , 8qo. — Pal- 
lentia ossa; IX, 768. — irulDera; ib. 
933. 

Pallidus ami scrutător ; IV, 398. 

— Pallida silTa; VI, 643. — lucri 
takesj IV, 96. — Pallida acopita ; 

IV, 32a. — Diti» regna; I, 456. — 
excrementa ; VI , 54^« -^ viacera tine- 
ta notis; I, 618. 

Pallor est in ore; VII, 129. — re- 
manet; VI, 759. — domus infemx; 

V, 628. — attonitos facit; III, 4^* 

— soiis; VII, 200. — Stygius; ib, 
517. — terribilis; V, 216. — Pallore 
deformi»; VIII, 56. 

Palma nocendi; IX, 787. — Pal- 
marum arbustum; III, 216. — Pal^ 
moB geminae; VIII, 583. — in am> 
plexus effusae; IV, 176. — Palmis ad- 
strictis laxari; II, 5i6. — distentisri- 
guiţ; III, 734. 

Paltnes crudus; IV, 317. 

Palpitat artus; VI, 745. — exsec- 
talingua; II, 182. 

Palus abrupta; VI , 36o. — pigra ; 
II, 641. — Tritonos; IX, 347. — 
Salapina; V, 377. — una cuncta flu- 
mina condidit; IV, 99. — Paludes 
laxae; II, 72. — perpetux; VI, 344- 

— Slygiae j ib. 378. — pigras efTuudc ; 



PAR 

IV, 1 19. — Fomptinas via uda diri-» 
dit ; III , 85. 

Palustris canna ; V, 5i7. 

i'am^^/iatellus; VUI, a 49. 

Pandit fossas; VI, 39. — Pan^ 
dunt ora; FV, 329. — teikipla; VII, 
716. — Pondere populis fata; VI, 
590. — Pandens per arma yiam ; III , 
467. — suppara; V, 4^^* 

Panes ruricolae; III, 4o3. 

Pan gaia niyosÎB jugis cana , 1 , 679. 
—- saxa; VII, 48a. 

Pannonis ursa ; VI , 220. 

Pannonius : Pannonio junclo ; 

IU, 95. 

Paphia unda; VIII, 458. 

Papyro bibula conseritur ; IV, 1 36. 

Par erunt Libertas, et Cxsar, VII , 
695. — novum, bellum, et^ir;VI, 
191. — suum Tidere Dei; VI, 3. 

Par labor;I, 282. — hujus erat; 
X, 382. — irarum motus,* VII, 385. 

— annis dies; VII, 4^^* "~* Geminis 
Ghiron; IX, 536. -— herbis lingua ; 
ib. 893. — monstris pelagi; VI, 207. 

— nocti Fhoebus; X, 227. — omni- 
bus animi Uus; IV, 4^2. — tibi esse; 
IX, 1002. — tumulo pars urbis; UI, 
380. — moderamen; V, 706. — vo- 
turn; IX , 256. — Părem habuisse 
mirantur ; IV, 620. — ferrc non po- 
test; I, 126. — Pari jure rector fe- 
rat; IV, 4- — Pares ,- I, 129: IV, 
636, 710 : V, 3. — Superis diri; 

VII, 4^7- — somni; ib. 28. — hora ; 

VIII, 4^7* — aquilas canimus; I, 7. 

— ignilius Phoebeis undas; II, 4^^* — 
Paribus lacertis classis toUitur ; III , 
525. 

Parcetonia urbs ; IX, 10. — Parce- 
ionias usque ad Syrtes; III, 295. 

Paratus parrus ; IV, 374. 

Parcas dal>unt fatum; VI, 8 ia. — 
Parcarum intercepta mânu; I, 11 3. 

— stamina ; VI , 777 . — Parcas rum- 
pentes lassant ; III, 19. 

Parco : parcimus annis; IX, 1087. 

— Parcebasf VIII , 652. — Pepercit 
raanibus; X, 23. •— sencctusflammis; 



PAR 

II, 139. — tibi fortuna j III, 96. — 
Parce Deis y VI , 599. — istis, precor j 

VII , 540. — morari ; X , SgS. — tuo 5 

VIII, io5. — Parcile castris; VII, 
3a8. — prostemerej ib. 659. — Par^ 
cere caelojIV, 696. — ferro; I, 147. 

— morţi pereuntisţ II , 1 80. — popu- 
lis^ VIII, 601. — pudori Romano j 

II, 519. — rediturae vitaj I, Ifii. — 
Parcente Deorum nuUo j VIII, 707. 

— Parcitur Hesperiae^ II, 734. — 
Porci populis ; IX , 688. — Parcen^ 
dumietvo'y VII, 729. 

Parcus : parcorum mores avorum ; 

III, 161. — Parcissimus somni^ IX, 
590. 

Pcurdus celer 5 VI , i83. 

Pareas^ IX, 721. 

Parens aevo languidus^ I, 5o5. — ^ 
depulsusj IX, 1028. — patriae^ c^. 
601. — Antai terra^ IV, 699. — in- 
vidiam facturat II, 36. — Medusx 
Ceto; IX, 646. — Natura 5 X, a38. 

— tacu; IV, 645. — rerumjll, 7. 

— Parentis jugulo condere; I, 376. 

— Parenti incurrit; IV, 563. — mi- 
sero veniam concedoj III, 744* — 
Parentem reţinere^ I, 1 16.— implere; 
VIII, 409- — orbatum; II, 297. — 
tuum gestent coUa; V^I^y 73^* '-~' 
Parens mundi summe; IV, no. — 
sxTe ^ II , Sg, — Parente indigna pro- 
Ies; VI, 4^0. — conspccto languebit ; 
III, 326. — Parentes conspecti j VII, 
321. — magni^ X, 194. — tenuere 
facem; VI, 535. -— miserij III, 606. 

— miseros angit; II, 64. — Paren- 
<<im colUj IV, 25 1. — fletus; III, 
766. — miseroruiu dextra j II, 167. 

Pareo : parei custodia signo ; IV, 7. 

— Libja Juba;^ V, 67. — Paretis ? 
VI, 744. — ParuU^ m, 562.— en- 
sis regi; VIII, 606. — legi stberj 
VI, 462.— turba imperiis; 111,437» 

— Paruimus rebus iniquisţ III, 148. 

— Parele precanti^ VI , 711. — Pa- 
ruerim non jussus^ I, 34©. — Părere 
necesse^ VI, 494» — Catonij IX, 96. 
-i- jubenii^ VIU, 238. — sccIcrijIV, 



PAR 



38t 



184* — suadenti nefas; X, 399. — 
tyranno ; ib. 406. — Paretur^ IV, 1 5i . 

Pario : parta duci pax; X, 107. 
«— quies; V, 373, 5o5. 

Pariter^ IV, 558 : V, 4^6.— mem- 
bra et arma ; VI , 238. — omncs po- 
pulos percuteret ^ X , 35. — recepit ; 

V, 676. — planxerc te; VII, 44- "~* 
se efiundere; IX, 808. 

Pamasus conticuit; V, i3i. — pe- 
tit xthera gemino colle; ib, 72. — ^ 
Phoebo Bromioque sacer; ib. 73.'— ju- 
go utroque desertus; III, 173. — cui 
referunt trieterica; V, 73. — PoT" 
naşe , latebas ; ib. 76. 

Paro :paras efiundere; V, 264* — 
ire in belii furores; II, 524* — mu- 
ros claudere^ III, 343. — quid tan- 
tum, Gradive; I, 660. — quodcum- 
que; II, 14. — Parat absterrere; V, 
i3o. — bella; I, 325. — committere^ 
X, 345. — exemplum^ IV, 497- — " 
finem fortuna belii ^ VI, 593. — iu- 
nectere^ IV, 449- — perfundcre; X, 
339. — poenam victori j VI, 801. — 
Pompeium transire; III, 565. — 
quauta pelagus ; V, 569. — transferre 
martem; X, 536. — yiz audenda fa- 
mulis^ V, 509. — unda sibi ruinam ; 

VI, 267. — Paratis dira prxiia; III, 
3 12. — fluviis arcere; II, 495* •— 
qua peste sxvitiam; I, 649. — Parant 
acies inferre; III, 498. — fata £ma- 
thiam bello ^ VI , 332. — ima moliri; 

III , 4^9* — mentem sermone deflec- 
terej IU, 3o5. — spectacular IX, 
8o5. — stringere; VIII, 6i3. — Pa- 
rabas arcerc ; VIII , 588. — Parabat 
arma Magnus ; II, 526. ^- subsidere 
regnum; V, 227. — inferre; X, 36. 
— Parabant fata motus^ II, 68. — 
Superi lata; V, 814. — Paravi tibi 
ferrum ; VIII, 52o. — Paravit face» 
in tecta; II, 54i< — tumulum Pom- 
peio 'y VIII ,713. — Parabant tentare; 

IV, 507. — Parate meritum cum ca- 
de; IX, 282. — Pararent dare j VII, 
352. — quid fau; VI, 783. — Pa^ 
rare acies^ IV, 233. — arma^ IV, 



nSa 



PAR 



687 : V, 66. — viam caedej VI, 124. 

— TÎrtate dominum^ ih. a6a. — Pa^ 
ratu reoovare j IX , i83. — trantire j 
"VIII , 595. — Paratur epulis locus • 
VII, 79a. — fama bonis; 1X^593. — 
lues humano generi j 1 , 644- "^ mort 
cunctU pcenaj VII, 3o3. — Paran- 
Ittrregna magoo; I, 34* — > Paretur 
quid strage ţ V, 69 1 . ~- Parări ad 
porteDU^ i^. 284. — quantum potuit; 
I , i3. — Paratus proferr^j V, 90. 

— quaesisse; X, i5o. — Venerij ib, 
396. — GxiuJus j IV, 677. — Marş; 
V, 749. — uni rogus^ ib. î>8a , 73i. — 
Parata ferre raetus mens ^ VI , 596. 

— morsj V, 773: VIU, Sa. — ser- 
vire plebs ,* IX , 193. — urbs; I, 35i. 

— Paratum nobis hospitium ; IX , 
1028. — Paraţi ad looginqua tela; 
III , 479* — Parata fratris cervice ^ 
X, 466. — Paraţi ceo»ere Pati'es; 
III, 109. — tela tectis excepisse; 26. 
344* — doli; X, 519. — ParaicB ad 
summa nientes^IV, 536. — classi ma- 
nusj II, 711. — Parata pila; VII, 
469. — Paratis difiere nocuit j I , a8i . 

— Paralior caelo pati virus j VI , 93. 

— tibi orbis j VIII , 99. 
Parrhasias pennaeţ IX, 660. 
P arrhasis HeVice ; II, aS;. 
Pars, pars^ I, 628 : VII, 486. «— 

aetheris tota yacet; I, 58. — belii; 

VII, loi. — caelij X, a 10. — coma- 
rum; IX, 672. — doiiius; X, 44^* — 
Hecates ultima^ VI, 700. — magna 
scnatus; II, a77 : V, 4o : VIII , 607. 

— maxima classis; III, 753. — pu- 
gn« ; VU , 693. — turbaej VII , 656 , 
844 ' ^t 4^^' — niuudi nuUa ; II , 583. 

— Daufraga turbae; III, 661. ~- Nili 
maxima ^ VIII , 4^4* — optima Magni ; 
V, 757. — orbisj VIII, 3i8. — Phoe- 
biţ V, 54a. — poli; IX, 873. — po- 
puU lugeniis; II, 236. — proceruro ; 

VIII, 119. •— proxima urbis; III, 
379. — pugnae magna; VII, a75. — 
((uorum maxima ; X , ia3.— plumata, 
igneaj ib, i25. ■— altera; ib. 229. — • 
^ianguinis ustij ib. xSo* — quota cla^ 



PAR 

dis; VII, 489. — terrarum; I, a84. 
— ratium; IX, 345. — senatus; 
VIU, a58. — senrau; IX, i45. — 
templi prima; V, i47* — terrae; IX, 
456. — tertia; ib. ^n. — turb» ego ; 
VI. 594. — valii; VI, laS.— venlo- 
rum solită; V, 610. — vilissima re- 
rum, opes; III, lao. — Tulgi; VII, 
47. — ultima jnri8;V, 7. — truncij 
III, 64a. — vilaî Magno; VII, 7. — 
una, ct altera; IX, 337. — Partis 
ruina; VII , 118. — studiis agi; IV, 
348. — Partem tulit voluptas; II, 
3qi . — bcUi fuge; VII, 552. — pcra- 
gunt cadavera cxdis; II, 2o5. — im- 
mensi aetberis presseris; I, 56. — sui 
deseruit natura; IX, 3 îl. — trium- 
pbi ferre ; IV, 36o. — in parUm la- 
borum venio; II, 347» — Bomani ve- 
nit; X , 419* — Parte diversa carin» ; 
III, 726. — omni ; VH , 667. — qna ; 
V, 943. — ne qua sui; VII , 558. — 
cum hac luctata fata ; III , 646. — de 
hostili minaces venas; I, 622. — ex 
magna defunctum cadaver; IU, 720. 

— Parles iterum consurgunt ; 1 , 692. 

— verba sequuntur; II, 596. — Cae- 
saris; IV, 4o3. — fu gata; X, 78. -^ 

— gemins; IV, 495- — !>» vincunt; 
X, 4^1. — togata; I, 3i2. — liber- 
tatis; IX, 29. — Magni; V, l4- — 
nullo robore firmata; I, 280. — Pom- 
peiana ; V, 35o. — pugna; VII, 632. 

— relicta; V, 477- — ^^^7 1> 274. — 
una; IV, 548. — Partes extendere; 
II, 395. — faciet; IX, 97. — favore 
facere; ib. 228. — firmaret; 11^ 527. 

— bas relinquo ; IX , 93. — invisas 
tollere; II, 229. — utrasque feri; U, 
59. — in partes scinditur iguis; I, 
55i. — Partibus victis; II, 5i3. 

Parthia; VIII, 35of — dcbct Ro- 
ma poenas; VII, 43»' — ''on- feliţ 
Crassls ; X , 5i . — • ripam vetkam ex- 
cedat; VIII, 236. 

Parthica âAmna. -^ 1, 106. 

Parthus miles ; VIII , 323 : IX , 
267.-— milli hosti superabtiis; VIII, 
368. — i-ex) ib. 232. — ParthissL- 



PAR 

gitu poM terţa biism; I, a3o. — 
Pmrtho Tcrettdus; X, 49* — Parthi^ 
VIII, aa-a. — pugnactsţ III, agS. — 
Parthorum mamia Babylooia; Yf , 5o. 

— pedcs rdiquit tibij VIII, 335. — 
post prclia sospes ; II , 553. — Par- 
thos doces transire ^ VIII , 354* — 
Parthis non timentur pila^ ib, 3oi. 

Pariiri orbtm^ 1 , 390. ^ 

Parius extrahitur; VI, 559. — «x 
conjuge; X, 76. — premit Tiicera^ 
^> 79* — Parlum concepit tellus^ 

IV, 594. — Partu exhaiuta; II, 34o. 

— ortus 5 IX , 669. — plenac in yi»- 
cera conjugis; I, 377.— Partusâu" 
bii; IX, 901. — hominum monstroii; 
I, 5G2. 

Parum cft ; IV, 5oi . — bello ; VII , 
663. — miaisse j VIII , 390. — Roma j 

V, 274. — lucis; Vni, 7a I. — scirej 

VI, 434. — fidcns; IV, 6i5. 
Parumper ; IV, 17a. 

Paruus infans; IX, 899. — cruor; 
IV, a39. — limes j VII, 398. — secat 
vitalia limes^ I, SaS. — puWisj X, 
38o. — sanguis; VI, aa6. — Parva 
biremis; H^^^, — corona; VI, 389. 

— humus { VIII, 789. — nox; IV, 
476. — ratis,- VIII, 565. — serpeos; 
IX, 766. — lellusj VII, 461. — Tiu; 
VI , 8o5. — unda j IX , 5oo. — Pcu^ 
i/ttmaes; X,4o9. — os; IX, 960. — 
pignus; VIU, i3o. — saxum; ib, 771. 

— sepulcruni; IX, 4og. — irulnus; 
ib, 716. -^ Parvl Rubiconis ad undas; 
I, i85. — Parvum campnm explicat; 
III, 376. — Nilum videro; X, agS. 

— sanguiois efludit; II, ia8. — Parvo 
Almone Iota; I, 600. — părere con- 
tenta; IV, lai. — sanguine dies ierit; 
VI, 157. — Parva mercede^ IX, 
a8o. — Parvo producere vitam ; IV, 
377. -Ţ-^enisse putabunt s<^lus; VII, 
757. — Panfi potuere; I, 108. — 
ignes; VIII, 743. — Parva aiquora; 
V, 6ia. — busta; VI, 808. —claus- 
tra; X, 44^. — regna ; ib, 457. — lo- 
quor; IX, 783. — P/imj impolUtur 
undis; I, ai3. 



PAT 



383 



Pasoo : pascit ares corpus; IV, 
8 IO. — Paidi scintillam; V, 5a5. — 
tigres cruor; I, Sag. — Paseertt po- 
pnlnm; I, 17a. — Pascens ponto lu- 
mina; IX, 3i3. 

Pascor : pasci Oceano; X , a58. — 
Pastus caede; ib. a8i. — serpente 
cervus; VI, 673. — Pasocndis ecjuis; 
IV, 4ii. 

Passus efitisus; IV, 371. 

Pastor nullus; VII, 864. — secu- 
rus ; IX , agi. -r* Pastore intito ; II, 
607. 

Pastus : in pastus redit Uums; 
II, 604. 
• Pata vil descripţia ,• VII , i ga . 

Paieo :patet fuga ; IV, ^S5, — late 
omne fretum ; II, 6aa. — Libje quid- 
quid; III , ag4. — natura ; IX , 780. — 
quod inter terras, et meatus celi; ib. 6. 

— rerum serie8;V, I7g. — solum; IX, 
453. — tutum aequor; V, 4» i» — Po- 
tuere casibus carioae ; ib. 447* — ^'*''' 
tra; VII, 741. — doli; IV, 746 : V, 
i4x. — Patent mUn tecta; III, 368. 

— regna Magno; VIII, 563. — secre- 
ta ; ib, 400. — Patebat ad insidias ; 
X, 4aa. — Patebant jura mundi ; VI, 
iSg. -~ ir» Deum; II, i. — PatitC" 
runt templa; III, i53. — Patebunt 
aditus; VI, 616. — templa ; III, ia3. 
-^ Paterei si Magno regia; VIII, 573. 

— Paterent quid fata hominis; II, 
i33. — Patens frons; IV, 4*3. — 
Patens antrom; III, aa6. — Palen- 
tes campos explicat; IV, ig. — portas 
intrare; II, 44^* 

Pater eSt in boc pectore; VII, 776. 

— esl urbi; H, 388. — Isidis; VI, 
363. — Patris dextram invitat; III , 
74o. "^ Paire viso coUa levat ; ib, 
738. •-* Patres censere paraţi; ib. 109. 

— elicit uterque Consul; V, 8. — -se- 
dibus exsiluere; I, 488. — TÎdere; 
IV, 171. — miseri oerUTere; III, 
761. — mulţi; IV, Sga. — ricti; X, 
339. — urbe fuga ti; V, 33. — Pa~ 
irum giadii; VII, 4^3> **-* turbat III, 
104. 



a84 



PAT 



Palemo sanguine nati maduere ^11, 
i49- — Paternum jus; IX, 96 : X, 
96. — Paterna »ceptra; X, 87. — si- 
gna; IX, 85. — Paterni» au^iciis 
b«]la geritj II , 4^- 

Patienter : patieniius tanto; VIII , 
633. 

PaUeniia gaudet durisj IX, 4o3. 

— TÎcit spem^ V, 369. — dura; IX, 
^80. -~lenu^ I, 36i. — Martis^IX, 

393. 

Patior: pateris acies errare; III, 
559. — damna sepulcri; VIII, ^So* 
■ir- Patitur bella; VII, 5o2. — cres- 
cere noctes; V, 25. — fatum celare ; 
VIII, i3. — conferre fretum; I, loa. 

— laborea luna; V, 5o5. — quidquid 
sol concrescere; IV, 66. -— sanguis 
fauces niansuescere; 1 , 33a. •— terram 
Deus; V, 88. — Paiimur fau; IX, 
849. — volente» exsilium; I, 278. — 
Patimur ne Tulnus^ VIII, 349. — 
Patiuntur tăcere^ IX, 929. — Passus 
erat descendere canos; II, 376. •— 
ndetus^ IX , 447- "^ ^^^ passa est for- 
tuna 'y ib. J 061. — Paliere togam de- 
gcneremj I, 365. — P-atiare vinci 
rogamus; VII, 71. — Patiaris quid 
in bello^ VI, 3a8. — Pati adversa j 

VIII, 627. — contagiaj VI, 38o. — 
defectusj VII, 4* — infandaj V, 3o7. 

— famera; VI , 108. — faciem^ VIII , 
70. -»- hominem; IV, 239. — letum } 
VII , 670. — litera ^ V, 624. — mar- 
tem; VIII, 382. — metuenda; VII, 
106. — non a vet; IV, 265. — posse 
disce^ V, 3 14. — timeo^ V, 778. -^ 
potuere pacem; II, 559. — radios; 

IX, 9o4- — recessus ; V, 745. — Ro- 
ma phira erubuit; III, 112. — secu- 
rum orbis j IV, 353. — sin6 rege; IX , 
262. — tenebras; IX, 110. — tristis- 
siraa;i&. 391. — virus; VI, 94. — 
volentes sava regna; 11, 3i5. -^ Pa^ 
tiens xtheris; IX, 8. — cernere; VIII, 
637. — munimine cingi; III, 377. — 

. pacis; II, 65o. — plaustri palus; ib, 
6/{i. — soceri; VII, 53. — vectoris 
siilix; IV, i53. — visus animal; IX, 



PAT 

652. — f- Patiente colono; II, 444* *^ 
Patientes venti ; V, 702. — PaHenti- 
bus annis; 1 , 3 16. — Passus aera di»- 
currere; IV, 369. — amplexus; IX, 
362. — damnum aquarum; X, 307. 

— decurrere; VIII, 224. — langues- 
ccre ; IV, 281 . -.— nostras secures ; II , 
548. -r- oculos sol ; V, 545. — omnia ; 
VII, 786. — partes coalescere; X, 
79. — ramos inopes; IX, 366. — si- 
lentia; VII, 66. — vacare; IV, 449*' 

— Passa ligones nira ; I, 169. — cu • 
raulum undarum; VI, 275. 7- juve- 
nem mori; VI, 827. — tellus Pacto- 
lon exire; III, 209. — Passam con- 
tagia; VI, 741. — Passo bellorum 
vulnera ; V, i . — omuia Mărio ; II , 
i3i.—- Passurus pons aquas; IV, 16. 

— sagittas; VI, 392. — passura cruo- 
rem stare ; IX , 708. — Passuri arma ; 
X, 438. — Patienda baec rursus ma- 
nent; II, 2a3. 

Patria ruens; IX, 385. — * tutore 
carens; ib, 24. — r Patrias arva; ib. 
871. — ^ auspicia; ib. 22. — parens; 
ib. 601. — trepidantis imago; I, 186. 

— vindicis ira; II, 54o. — castra se- 
quutus; II, 520. — a sedibus exsul ; III, 
339. — solum; VIU, 148. — tecu 
petit; III, 73. — viscera; VH, 722. 
•— triumphum duxisse; X, i54* — ^ 
impendere vitam ; II*, 382. -^^ jugulos 
negatis; IX, 264. *- Patria plus po- 
tuisse; I, 175. 

Patricius cespes ; VII ,761. — Pa- 
tricia cervii; IX, 479* "^ Pairicium 
cadaver; VII , 598. 

Patrius vertex ; IX , 35o. — Patria 
tellus; VII, 57. — urbs; I, 620. — 
Patrio more furit;X, 4^3. — Paln'tf 
a sede revulsi; I, 4^2. — Patrio se- 
pulcro privare; II, 732. — ^ Patrii 
comites; IX, 121. — enses; %, 528. 

— lares nullum tenuere; I, 5o6. — 
penates; I, 353 : IX,23o. •— sedes; 
VI, 3i8 : VII, 23. — Patria templa; 
VI, 323. — Patrios excedere muros ; 
I, 447 ţ — portus vanescere; III, S. 

— PaU'iis e laribus pellimur; X, 3^. 



PAV 

— Patrus sedlbus urbem expulit; II , 
574. — pro legibus arma ferrej ib. 

Patulos nares ; IX , 8 1 3 . — Patula 
arva; IV, 743. 

PauccB dexirx ; VII, 366. — manus^ 
ib, 294* — Pauca prxlia ge^serisţ I, 
384. — verba j IX , 1 88 . — Paucis ve- 
rum caneretj ib. 5'j'j. — Paucis an- 
iiis{ X, i6a. 

PauUaUm^ VI, 756. 

Paullumi V, a44 : VII, a45 : X, 
5o4. — vallo dislarej IV, 186. 

Pj vllvs ,• IX, 824» «'<?• — jEmilius 
Cos, ab HannibaU rogo honoratusj 
VII, 799. 

Pauper Deus; XI, 619. — gener; 
X , 170. — hortusj IX, 358. — Nasa- 
mon; ib, 458. — verusj VIII, a4^* 

— aevum; X, i5i. — Pauperis vitae 
facultas ; V , 62 7 . — Pauperior Caesare 1 
Borna ţ III, 168. 

Paupertus yirorvLinîecuudsL^ I, 166. 

— Paupertate pii; V, 273. 
Paueo : pavet artes; VI, 4^6. — 

fragorem; VIII, 5. — irej VI, 722. 

— meos^i^. 696. — penetralejV, 146. 

— id subire^ III, 349. — quisque^ 

V, 257. — accessus^ III, 424* — ▼"!- 
gusţi, 487. — Pavent litora; V,65i. 

— Paueant licet tela ; VII , 4o. — Pa- 
veret pugnam^ VIII , loa. — Paverent 
populi^ III, 3oo. — Pauens audierat^ 
II , 81 . — fata ; IV , 474* — tergo tela ; 
VII , 678.— Paventes animi ; IX, 407. 

— populos; I, ib^. ^^ Pavendo dat 
Tires famaej ib. 484* — i» fata raitj 

VI, 298. 
PaUidus, segnisque; VII, 52. — 

Cordus 3 VIII, 716. — maris; ib, 
8n.— vector} i&. 39,— Yultus^ 
V, 2x3. — Pauida aula; VIU, 473. 

— Pavidum murmur; V, 255. — Pa- 
vido cadeudum est; IX, 583. — Pa- 
viduni ducem habere; III, 96. — Pa- 
t^idam Deis yatem ; V, 1 24. — plebera 
prxsagia terruerant; I, 673. — Pawi- 
do fui'lo; II, 168. — Pavidi gessimus 
arma} VII, 643.— in formidiue mo- 



PEC 



285 



tus; II, aSS. — cervi; IV, 437. — classis 
magistri; II , 696. — comitea; VI , 657. 

— Pavidce sidere classes; V, 4'>8. — 
Pavidos subducere vila; IV, 58o.— 
Pavidis non licet; ib. i65. — a civibus 
ambiri; I, 592. 

Patfor confecerat bostes; VI, i3i. 

— artus adligat; 1 , 246. — quo to» 
abegit; VI, i5o.-7-ignotus armisCx- 
saris; ib. i5i. — nimius; VII, 172. 

— Pauoris summa ; VIII , 5i. — Pa- 

ifori ]atebra8quaesisse;II,494'~~* ^A" 
vorem pellere; VII, 732. — Pawore 
parvo contenta;^ IV, 121. — sublato 
secnra turba; III, 4^8. '— • Pas^orum 
venia; I, 52 1. 

Pax alta per populos; I, 249. — 
data cum morte; IX, 89. — donata; 
IV, 385. — duci parta; X, 107. — 
erat; IV, 196. — fuit; VIII, 685. — 
non sponte ducum ; 1 , 99. — erit , irato 
milite; V, 294. — fidelis; IX, 1102. 

— ista veniet; I, 670. — loci; VI, 282. 

— longa arma dabat; I, 241. — maris; 
IV, 437» — misşa per orbem ; 1 , 61 .— > 
violata; VII, 94. — tranquilla juvaret; 
I, 171. — tuu ; X , 332. — Pacis foe- 
dera; IV, 2o5. — babentia vultumf 
III ,72. — numquam patieus; II, 65o. 

— obses; X, 55. — recessus; II , 522. 

— sequester; X, 472. — spes; ib, 468. 

— exbausto spolium ; III, i32. — Sul* 
lanx cadavera; II, 171. .— Poci dat 
tempus ; ib, 648. — intentus ^gebat ; 
III, 5S. — quem orbis prastulit; IX, 
nig.'^Paeem a gladio quasrere; VI, 
242. — dabit jugulus; II, 317. — ex- 
cusserit orbi; I, 69. — bic relinquo; 
ib. 225. — petimus Superi; II, 47*"~ 
potuere pali ; ib. SSq. — summa te- 
nent; ib, 273. — tenentibus Austris; 
III, 523. — timere; VII, 55. — tue- 
ris; II, 247. — undis prxstitit; VIII, 
256.-— jPace ducem dedidicit; I, i3i. 

— longa solutus; ib, 3i i. — in pace 
timendae leges; II, 252. — tutarelin^ 
quar; ib. 348.— pro pace petita-; III, 
370. 

Peccatur quidquid multis; V, 260^. 



a8G PEG 

Pecdne Ser am compressum; X, 1 4^. 

— obliquo mixti remi; III, 609. 
Pectus pcctore fraogiturţ IV , 783. 

— .urgetur; ih. 6a 4* "^ cavumj IX, 
^78. — durum; X, 7a. — iocertuni; 
\^II, 166. — incestum^ X, 36a.-— 
medium; IX , 658. — ad ictus ditces- 
ftitţ III, 655. — sacrum; IX, aSS. — 
tecurum^ IV, 343. — ▼anam; VIII, 
a35. — Ycri plenura ; IX , 1 89. — Peo- 
toris arma; VII, 573. — PtctMU con- 
tusa verberibus; II, 335. — Mccula 
premunt; V , 178. — latum Tenabula 
subeantţ I, ai r. — in pectus ive} VI, 
^Qa. — in medium venere; III, 598. 

— Pectore cura» expulit^ ib* 5a. '— 
leium pati; VII, 670. — le vates ac- 
cipiam; I, 63. — transmittunt tela; 
VII, 6a3. — varias curas voi vere; I, 
372. — urbes adire^ VIII, 161. — 
arcano^ II, a85. — fratris gladium 
condere 5 1 , 376. — beto gemitus ex- , 
preuit; IX, 1039. — medio ferrum 
concurrit^ III, 588. — nudo arma te- 
gens^ 16.619. — perfosso corpus j ib, 
660. — quo intrabitRomam; VII,70l. 

— recto excipere ferrum ; IV, 166. — 
spoliato tutus miles; ib, 382. — toto 
erat Pompeianus; IX , a3. — a nuUo 
ferrum revocalumj II, loa. — c pec- 
tore vocea efiudit ; IX , 565. — in peo- 
jtore Pompeium portas^ IX, 70. — 
versant pugnam ; VII , 765. — boc pa- 
ter est; ib. 776.— haec volvit; VIII, 
6a I. — alieno rin cit casus; IX, 888. 

— sub pectore babitant; X, 336. — 
meo vivit virtus; ib. 188. — tacito 
questus volvunt^ I, 347. — Pectora 
discordia; X, i3. — cognata; VII, 
3a3. — flectuntur; VIII, 107. — gelu 
stricta; IV, 653. — gestant animos; 
ib, a85. — perl]uccnt filo; X, i4i. — 
sonant ferro ; VIII, 663 . — transigitur ; 
III , 537. — contuncîite matres ; II , 38. 

— dare bello; IV, 468. — duro adfi- 
xere solo; II, 3o. — ferro transfixus; 
VII , 5a8. — pulsans spiritus; ib. 608. 

— remis pulsant; III, 543. — supplet 
sanguine; VI, 667. — tundit;III^ 733. 



PEL 

— tegunt froDte; IX, H06. — urgen- 
tem Phoebum;I, 677. — Bruţi per- 
cussit; II, 234- — contraria detradit; 
VI, 174- — fratris cederc; ih. 6a6. — 
fratrum sperare; VII, i8a. — Pecto- 
ribus matrum rapti; III, 35i. 

Pecus servum; VI, i52. — Peeo^ 
rum raptus; IV, 90. 

Pecudum linguae; I, 56 1. 

Pedes ex facili receptus; IV, 46.— 
prxcedit; IX, 588. — Pedites simul 
ite; II, 499> — Peditum turmx; IX, 
4oo. 

Peferat undas Stygias; 'W , 749* 

Pejor Eois sagittis; III , 1 86. — for- 
tuna quae potest; II , i3a. — Pejoris 
fati fides addita; I, Sn^.-^Pejus erat 
vincere; VII, 706. — meruit de Ca- 
sare; IX, io65. — Pejora versant; 

VI, 417. 

Pelagfis quod dedit; X, 1 56. — al- 
tum ; IX, 3i2. — cselumque; V, 59a. 

— fiatusque; ib. SSg. — Pelagi belli- 
que labores; IX, 1016. -— potentem 
populam; I, 83. •— terraeque dubium; 
IX, 3o4. — aquisreferantur;IV, li 5. 
— • artibus certus; III, 56o. — decus^ 
ib, 76a. ^- furor ; II, 199. — furen- 
tibus undis; III, 195. — jactatus; VIII, 
761. — ingens vis; III, 6a. — ludi- 
brium; VIII, 710. — metuens pirata ; 

II, 578» — quantum et terrs; I, i3. 
— tergu m ; IX , 34 1 . — undis abnegat ; 

III, a63. — Pelagus arctant carinx; 
IX, 35. — carina texit; III", 65o. — 
dolent contingore; II, 707. — hausit 
ratis; III, 639. — Magne, teoebas; 
II , 7a5. — reseret; ib. 68a. — secante 
rosiro; VIII, 198. — teneos Eums; 
IX, 118. — volutet ventus;I, 4i^»— 
urget portus; ib. 4o6. — in pelagus 
disjectum corpus ; IU , 660. — Pela- 
go, caeloque; VIII, 189 : IX, 647- — 
abstulit nomen; ib. g5&, — • aditns 
dant;VI, 346. — cognitus amnis ; i^. 
371. — delatus iniquo; II, 88. — de- 
missus; VIII , 1 59. — dispersusţ IX , 
58. — lues clades edidit; III, 681. — 
redis pirata; IX, aa4- — ^^F^'S^} ^^9 



PEN 

aa6. — utuntur^ III, 694. — aperto 
robur oppositam ^ i&. 533. — juTante, 
VIII, 7a5. — spumante^ IX, ioo3. 

— turbaute; III, 693. 
Pelethronia antraj VI, 887. 
Peliacas caTerDae VII, 4^i- 
Pe/to/i; VI, 336, 4ii. 
Pella exigua^ X^ Si. 
PellcBus ductor ubi constitit; III, 

a33. — gladius^ IX, 1073. — Phi- 
lippus; X, 20. — puer; VIII, 607. 

— rexj IX, 1016. — Pellasa aulaj 
X, 55. — domus; VIII, 476. — Pe/- 
icBum diadema j V, 60. — Zeugma^ 
VIII, 337. — PellcBi muri; X, 5ii. 
Pellceas arces^ IX, i53. — sarissx; 
VUI, 398. 

Pellex caesa ^ VUI , 1 04. — ioDupsit^ 
III, 33. 

Pello : pellunt nubila; X, ^^1. — 
.Pellite monstra; VIII, 6^9. — Pellat 
ns pavorem quisj VII, 732. — Pepulit 
Varurn campo; IV, 71 3. — Pellere 
locoj VIII, 38 1. — PepuUssa litora 
cursu^ IV, 22.— PellenU Phoebo te- 
nebras^ II, 826. — bfama; V, 711. — 
PelUmur e laribus; I, 278.— Puhus 
ab orbe ; VIII , 5o3 . — aquilonibus aer ; 

VI, io4* — armentis taunisj II, 601. 

— cum conjuge et natis^ ih. 728- — 
mânu; VIII, 271. — quietis torpor; 
V, 734. — Pulsi Magni gloria; III, 
^^.—Pulso Thermo ; II, 463 .— -Pii/^a 
statione; ib. 5o3. 

Pelopeus Orestes; VII, 778. 

Pelops : Pelopis regna; VI , 57. 

Pelorum rabidura lătrat; VI, 66.—- 
Peloro Siculocessere; II, ^3S. 

PelusiaKAi ora, VIU, 825. — va- 
dă; ib. 466. 

Pelusiacus Ganopus; VIII, 543. — 
Nili gurges; X, 53. 

Penates angusti; V, 587. — cari; 

VII, 346. — hicfuere; VIII, 182.— 
Laurentini; VH, 894* — magni; II, 
384. — P»tru; I, 353 : IX, 23o. — 
Phrygii geotis luleae; I, 196. — vasti; 
X , 483.— Pe/ta£ef quassant; ib. 479* 
— ^^alios impletura ; II, 33 1 . — reddere; 



PEN 287 

VII, 257. — totos in bella trahens; 
II , 729. -^ iolra penates obruitur ; X , 
453. — Penatibus sacris adfixa arma; 
I, 240. 

Pendeo : pendet xqoor dubiura; V, 
^2.— dubius; X, 54a. — Fortuna 
ducum; II, i^\, — in hac anima yita 
popuii ; V , 686. — in Oceano terra ; 

VIII, 798. — in undis ratis pars; IX , 
837. — pars aegra fibrarum^I, 628.— 
terra; IX , 457. — p^PP^j VIII, 590. 
— Pendent fata; VI, 632. — semi- 
rutis tectis moenia; I, 24* — serta li- 
njine; II, 354. — Pendebat litore; 
VIII, 754. — quidquid aquarum; IV, 
127. — Pendebant casus; IX, 19. — 
Pependit cervix; X, 5 18. — irritu» 
subducto marte ; IV, 47-— nox ; VII , 
520. — rati adfixus; III. 602. — reti- 
nente morsus ncrTo; VI, 549. -— tor- 
rcns de rure; i&. 473- — Pendere ab 
uno casu; V, 769. — domos ruina nu-^ 
tantes; I, 495. — stabulis tyranni; 11^ 
i63,'-'Pendens ocuius; VII, a 18. — 
Pendentes e moenibus; ib, 869. -'- 
nauUe carbasa deducunt; II, 697. — 
cana rupe Gebennae; I, 435.—- Pen- 
dentia cornibus Tela; VIII, 198. — 
corpora; VI, 544* — laceris caniş ora; 
II , 122. — puppe bracfaia ; III , 667. 

Pendo : pendit Marius victima in- 
ferias; II, 1 76. — Pendat poenas; VIII, 
647. — Pendere causas; IV, 707.— 
justa; VIII, 489. — quidquid more» 
meruerunt; II , 3i 3. — regna viribu» j 
VIII, 276. 

Peneius amnis; VIII, 88. 

Penetrale adjti; V, 146. — De»; 
II, 127. — magorum;VI, ^^0. — Pe- 
netraZi a Phoebi; V, 70. 

Penetro : penetrat lingua in Tar- 
tara; VI, 694. — Penetrare domos ţ 
VIII, 216. 

Penei gurges; VI, 877. — qui rura 
colunt; III, 191. — Peneo donavit 
aquas; VI, 872. 

Penitus ,• IV, 228 , 297 : IX , 490: 
X, 249- — abstrusae arenae; V, 6^4* 
— deduxerat hostem; III, 701. — 



288 



PER 



descendere contigit; I, 3i. — Aver- 
ni in fundura; II, 668. — latetj IX, 
7g6. — latent viscera J VI , a 1 1 . — na- 
tabat^ IX, 3 ia. — remota virtus; VI, 
339. — squalens arena ^ IX, 755. — 
subsedlt; ib. 3o5. — teilure pcrusta ^ 

II, 4i4- — **"** ^^^'9 '^» 4^^ 

Penna natans^ V, 554» — Pennas 
errantis monitus ^ 1 , 588. — odoratae 
aerj IV, 438. — dispersai j V, 7l5.— 
Farrha8iae ^ IX , 660. — presserunt aera 5 
VII, 835. —-Pennis aera ducitis j IX, 
73o. 
Penso : pensant Hesperiam; V, 38. 

— Pensabatiter 5 IX , 685. — Pensare 
morasj ib. loos. 

Pentheus quum furerel; VII, 780. 

— Pentheos colla caputque ^ VI , 

357. 

Per asquor; IV, 4» 6* — *®''* ^*P** 
sidera; V, 56i. — aevumj IV, 497 - 

IX, 519. — agmen praeyectus^ VII» 
341.— ambages; lĂ. 21. — amnem 
•vector^ VI, 392. — annos multosj V, 
69. — antrum bacchatur ; V, 169. — 
antra exitj ib, ^5. — ardua; VI, 38. 

— arma, per hostemj VII, 497* — 
sidus^ V, 54. — tot extremum ferit > 
VU, 5oo.— artusj IX, 56 : VI, 548. 

— arva iter cârpit; ib. 57a. — beila 
fasces negaţi; V, 663. — busta, per 
funera; VI, 734- — caput fugit; IX, 
824- — chaos te sequor; ib, lOi. — 
dades ducere; VII, 600. — fauces 
utero demittere; VI, 1 15. — fas et 
nefas ruere; V, 3i3. — fata cucurrit; 
VII, 4^0* — ^^^ 8u* sequi; IV, 392. 

— fata vironim , per populos perire ; 
VII, 633. — gentes exegit gladium; 

X , 3 1 . — gentes ire ; VII, 277. — gla- 
dios yiam parare; VI, 124. — bostes 
percussi; V, 489. — inane agere; VI, 
73i. — volantes obliquae faces; I, 528. 
• — ista ire ; VIII , 439. — Libyen ve- 
niant; IX, 386. — litora cursus; VIU, 
4/2. — litora exit amnis; ib. 33. — 
fugit; ib. 257. — maniplos sparsa; 
VII, 5o8 — menibra explicat irirum; 
IV, 629. — membra se levat ; VI , 756. 



PER 

— milites enimpere; VI, i56. — moe- 
nia efiudit vires; VII, 71 4- — munia 
belii j V, 8. — notas prodere ; VII, 1 5a. 

— nubfesdensas;VIII, 721. — omnes 
ire opus ; X, 197. — orbem^TW, 574 : 

VII, 694. — orbem agitanda fata; 

VIII, i38. — orbem dedit signa; VU, 
ao5 : VIII, 356. — signa mere; IX, 
84. — oscula singula; X , 364* — pa- 
tres cognita; IV, 592. — pericnia for- 
tunam exercerc; V, 3o2. — pocula 
fundi; X, 4^3. — populum Tulgantur; 

I, 564- — prospera; V, a39, 4^3. — 
quos ostendat; VII, 4*8. — recessq^ 
exit; VI, 44^* — rimas illatrat; ib, 
728. — rura sternere; IV, 3ao. — sco- 
pulos , per saxa; VI, 639. — se cogni- 
tus; ib» 371. — se tibi bella placent; 

II, 256.— saecula; VII, 589: VUI, 
236 : X , 1 90. — silentia ; IV , 718: 

V, 5o8. — Syrtes uti duce; IX, 553. 

— te, ades;X, 370. — tenebros^ VIII, 
37a: V, 5oi. — terga soluta coma; IX, 
632. — tot bella ; V , 243. — saecula 
exhausta rupes; i&. 164. — venabula; 

VI, i83. — viscera ^ \ll, 619: t&. 
722. — tela regent; ib, 35o. — vi- 
tam; V, 796. — Tolumina ; ib, 565.-— 
yulgus spargere; IX, 159. — vulnera 
alterius; IV, 544* "~ ultima^ VII, 
5o7 : X, 374* — umbras ferre gradum; 
VIII, 717. — undas comes; ib, 648. 

— urbes transire; ib, 20. 

Peragit Fortuna facinus; V, 208.— 
Peraguni cadavera partem caedis; II, 
ao5. — bella; IX, 85i. — - tela suas 
caedes; III, 58o. — jPcrc^* jussa ; II, 
338. — mandata; IX, 98. — sat ma- 
gna ; V , 660. — Peregit fala ; IV, 36i : 
VI, 8ao. — tibi bella cruor ; IV, 354- 

— Peragam omnia invita ^extra; I, 
378. — Peraget nox bella; X, 391. 

— Peraguntur impia bella ; 1 , 691 . — 
Peractus marş; VII, 299. — mundus; 
X , 263. — Peracta est belK pars; VII, 
101. — Peractum bellam; VIII, 4^8. 

— absenţi bellum; IX, 1018. — caede 
meritum; ib. 1027. — scelus; VIII, 
406. — Peracta csede; II, 517 : ib. 



PER 

2o3. — cladeţ VII, lao. — sutione 
asba petes; I, 4^. 

Percellere: perculsa pietas^ ^^^i 
468. 

PerciperCy IV, 676. 

P ercutit hovroT memhvdi'f I, 19a. — 
Percussi siTenM'^ V, 489.— Percussit 
alas Notus^i6. 7 14» — orbem j IX, 5a3. 

— ;equora classibus^ III, 287. — ful- 
men Latiale caput^ I, 535» — in for- 
mam pondera j VI, 4o3. — Nasidium; 
IX, 791. — ora Nili;X, ai4. — pec- 
tora Bruţi terrorj II, 234. — Sjmr 
plegas inanem pontum^ ib, 718. — 
Percusserat astra diesj VIII, 778. — 
Percuteret populosţ X, 35. — Per*- 
cussus dura humo dissiluit; II, 256. 

— planctibus sther ^ IX , 168. — pu- 
niex j IV , 3oo. — Percussa vulnere ; 
V, 737. •— dubiis mensj VI, 596. — 
flamma turbine; X, 5oo. — Phoebe 
terrarum imibra; I, 539. — puppis^ 

V, 594- — terra; X, 3^4' — Percus- 
sum foedus sanguine^ IX, loai. — 
iuani terrore vulgusţ I, 487. — pec- 
tore ferrum j IV, 56 1. — Toce onus; 

VI, 4^3. — Percussoe cobxsit ratisj 
III, 564. — fibraej VI, 75a. — robo- 
ris ictu cratesj III, 495» — Percussa 
a cuspide saxa; VI, 396. — grandine 
tecta; III, ^S^, — nimbis yisceraj 
VI , 545. — obliqua mânu crura j IV, 
6a5. — templa patebuntţ III, ia3. — 
Percussis sole tdis ardentes acies^ 
II, 48a. 

Perdo : perditŞLqiiM Sarmaticas Co- 
ne; III, aoi. — minas; IX, 569. — 
solatiamali^ VIII, 355. — Perdidit 
aera cimiamon^ X, 167. — auras spi- 
rando^ VI, 5aa. — ensis opus; ib, 
188. — hos fortuna dies; III, 394. — 
jus sui Umbria; II, 463. — modum 
caedes; VII, 532. — orbem; VIII, 
5i I . — sua jura ordo ; V, 29. — tem- 
pora in somnos; X, 5o6. — triumphum 
piura "vincendo; III, 79, — - Perdidi- 
mus nefas; X, 371. — prxmia; IX, 
] 068. — Perdiderat jura sui ; VIII , 
6ia. — vuUus rabiemţ VI, aa4. — 
//, Pars altera. 



PER 289 

nou perdam tempora; III, 74^. — 
i'erJat ipsum iter; II, 44^'"~~"^ spec- 
tacula; VII, 797. — quid arris; ib, 
191 . — Perdant Telle mori ; IV, a8o. 

— Perdere annos; 1^. 483. — cuncta ; 
VII, 665. — fructumj II, 190. — 
ictus; VI, 197. — letum; III, 706.— 
mentes; V, 37 1 .—• nomen Hesperium ^ 
II , 56. — nubes , et undas ; V, 4^3.— 
opes; X, 169.— Romam cupiens fa- 
tum; II, 87. — successus; V, a4^* — 
tibiliceatitaliam ; II, 700.—- > tumulum ; 
VII , 36. — Perdita sxcula nocuerunt; 
IV, 816. 

Perdomitce urbes; II, 644* 
Perduco : perduxit opus a castris ad 

xquora; III, 384. — Perducat tuba 

nautas; II, 690. — Perducere (var. 

lect.) civem potuit j i^. 56a. — yulgus 

metu; IX, 389. 

Pereo : perit amoris fructus; V, 

794. — bellum; IX, 56i. — decus; 

VII, 597. — digno auctore; IX, ia8. 

— excantata mens ; VI , 458. -— exemr- 
plum; X, 344- — exercitus vincente 
te; V, 267. — fortuna; VIII , 85. — 
libertas libertiţte; III , 1 46. — litera ; V, 
716. — lux; ib. 63o. — morte Magni ; 
X,5i9.^ — mundo concordia; IX, 1098» 

— nobilitas cum plebe; II, 10 1. — • 
> nuilis obstantibus ignis; III, 364* — 

pars magna; II, 11 1. —plus, quam 
vita; VII , 64o. — potestas; V, 897. 

— quo quaeque gens; I, 167. — Roma 
per populos; VII, 634» — salva liber- 
tate; ib, 6o3. — scelus; IV, aSa. — 
vindicta; VIII, 4^^* — virtus, IV, 
491: V, a9a. — vis; VIII, 489. — 
Pereunt amiss» leges; III, 119. — 
mentes sceleri adsuelx; V, 37 a. — re- 
gna pati volentes; II, 3i5. — Peribat 
nimbus; VI, i34. — Perit causa; 
IX, a3o. — ficta fides; ib, aog. — 
Periere clauso mari; III, 65a. — co- 
loni; IV, 6o5. - labores; VI, 54.— 
latebrx scelerum ; IV, 19a. — medio 
freto; II, 190. — nocentes; ib. ilfi, 

— ratium ruina ; III , 579. — retenta 
anima; IX, 640. — ruinae; ib, 969. 

19 



ago 



PER 



— Perierunt yitm tempora^ ib. aS3. 
-— Peribit animat A. io5. — Peti- 
hunt argumenta; YIII, 868. — quod 
percam; IX, 854* — pereat necnbi; 
i6, io58. — ne scelus; VII, 558. — 
Pereant lacrimao; VII, 555. — Peri- 
rwU cuncta; ih. 91. — Perisse tId- 
dictam, quereris; IX, io53. •— non 
•ibi; X, i3. — PereunUs parcere 
morii; II, 180. — Pereuntem mnlto 
sanguine; VII, 653. — uniua mor- 
ţiş tempore popuhim; II, igS. ->- 
Pereunte Grasso ; VIII , 3oîi . — figura ; 

IX, 793.— mânu j ib. 833. — Teueno 
fauces flount; IV , 729. — Pereuntia 
fati tempora; V, 490- — Periiure, tua 
Thessalia ; VII , 59a. — Peritura nim- 
bo telomm; IV, 776. — acies; VII, 
339. — pietasţ II , 63. — populo re- 
cepto raţia; III, 665. — pjoles; VIU, 
69a. — i soboles; VI, 788. — turba; 

IV, 748. — Periturum «quorj IX, 
3 18. — Perituros ac^pexit; ib. 6j i . — 
Peritura aura ; V, 4^9- — Peritura 
frustra agmina; VII, 73o. — castra 
petiere;III,3ii. — vota; VII, aii. 

Peregrina messis ; VI, i o5 . — sedes; 

V, 9. — balsama; IX,'9iG. 
Pererrat corpora; VI, 626.— qoa 

gurgite Cinga; I, 4^^* 

Perfero : perfert flumina gurgite ; 

X, a54*— pontum ad sâxa Boreas; V, 
GoS.--— verba ad numen; VI, 44^**^ 
pertulit Caesarem unda; V, 974^ — 
hac fide fata; VIII, 70X — nomen; 
I, 4^^ — raptos ad nubila fluctusj 
IV, 8a. — voces Cicero ; VII , 65. — 
Perferre dicta kd socium; X, 349.'— 
nefas; VIII, 638. — voces; ib. ai8. 

Perfidei VIU, 65a : IX, 1071.— 
Perfida f ib. 100. — Susa; VIII, 4a5. 

— veris inconstantia; V, /^i5, — tel- 
lus; VIII, 539. 

Perflat ad moenia yentus; V, 4i9*'~ 
Perflans murmura concha ; IX, 349* 
Perjoditlitas mucrone; VIII, 619. 

— Perfodere pectus; VI , a53. — Per- 
fosso pectore corpus; IU, 66p. 

Perfringer e por las; III , 343 . 



PER 

Perfruitur lacrimis; IX ,112. 

Perfundo : paf undit liquore mem- 
bra; IV, 61 3. — Perfudit eapulos 
gladiis; VU, 159. — coUes lumine; ib. 
ai 5. — Perfuderat agros belluro; ib. 
546. -^ Perfundere patres sanguine; 
X, 339. — Perfunditur seqnore Sa- 
son; II, 627. — Perfusus membra 
sanguine; VIU, 376. — sanguine adul- 
ter; X, 74* ~~ Perfiisa Caice tellns 
Idalis; UI, ao3. 

Pergama teguntnr dumetis; IX, 
969. — Romana ; ib. 999. 

Perge illa sinistra; VIII, i83. 

Pericli caussa ; IX , 262. — Periclo 
lassata; ib. 890 -* Pericula quos du- 
cent; ib, 3go. — subirej VII, 356. — 
miile Martis; I, 299. — mortt prona; 
V, 693. — nocturna vallo efingit; I, 
5 16.— summa; IX, 114. — totomun- 
do concita ; V, 697. — vestra praeten- 
tate; IX, 397. — in pericula mittere; 
VU, 104. 

Perimo : peremi te ego; VUI, 639. 
•^Peremptus; VUI, 634- — civis ; VII, 
7 7a . — Perempti nullius vita ; IU, 64 1 . 
— patris verba; X, 9a. — Peremptum 
placare; VIU, 77a. — Perempto cive; 
VU, 564. — gcnero secums; IX, ioi5. 
— Magno; X , 335. — Pompeio; IX, 
248. — Perempli in ratibus ceciderc 
Buis; UI, 571. — viri; VI, 63a. — 
PeremptcB bello animse; I, 447* 

Peritus augnr ; VII , aoa. — Periti 
loci; IX, 346. 

Perlucent pectora filo; X, i4i' 

Permansisse fatenlur; VUI, 664. 

Permeat orbem Hister; II, 4l8. 

Permiscere raortes; Vll, lOi. — 
Permiscuit dîes summa imis; UI, 
i38. — Permixtura geminas domos; 
II , 333. — Permiscenda minx mundi 
fides j II, a 54. — Permixtus Bacchus; 
IV, 198. — castris miies; ib. 196. — 
sanguine pontns; IU, 577. — viscere 
sanguis; ib. 658. — Permixta nobili- 
tas; VII, 58i. *— Permixt£B proces; 
VII, 375. — tenebra; IV, 489. — 
Permixtas naves habent; V, 7-07. — 



PER 

Permixta gemitu loqui; I, 190. — 
vira sepultis corpora; II, i5a. — Per- 
mixtis Garinanim sulcis ^ ih, 708. 
Permittit populis arma; YII, 1^4* 

— libi campos; X, ZZo*'—' PermitUtis 
tantum ora; VII, 3oa. — Permittunt 
omnia fatis; ib, 333. — Permisii ag- 
mina yita; ib. 'j3i, — pulvis cernere 
clades; IV, 795.— Permisere sibî in- 
cesaere etc; VIII , 65. -^ te sequi re- 
ges silentum; III, 3o. — Permitte 
revisere; IX, a3o. — Permittite mi- 
hi saltiim ; VIII , 654- — Permittant 
sibi jnbere; ib, 538. — PemUttere dis- 
crimen gladio; VII, io8^. — matij V, 
695. — moras bello; VII, 338. — pe- 
cori Tellere herbam; i^. 864. — sibi 
terras; VI, H9. — yentis vulnera; 
Vm, 384- — vires ia artus; IV, 65x. 

— Permissa fatis cxdes ; X , 4^* — 
licenţia terrx mutând»; VI, 271. — 
potestas sacri; I, 595. — - Permissum 
est; ib. mo : IV, 5i8 : IX, 76a. — 
tibi cingere; V, 61. — Permissâs ur- 
bes ignibus; VII, 4' 3* *" Permissa 
flumina; IV, 367. — a Diis saeyis 
tempora ; III , 743. 

Perorat facies ; X , i o5. 

Perosus Andus marcere ; 1 , 438. — 
commercia nostra; IX, 860. — terra- 
ruin tactus, caelumque; VIU, 336. — 
Perosa cxlum; VI, 699. — Perosi 
mensas; IV, 307. 

Perpetua fama ; X, 544- — Perpe- 
tuam rupit cratem; III, 485. — Per- 
petui tyranni; VII, 443* — Perpetuas 
hiemes; IV, 107. — paludes; VI, 344* 
•— Perpetuis impendas aera nimbis; 

IV, 1X2. 

Perrupit aera cruor; VII, 6a 5. — 
Perrumpe procellas; V, 583. — Per^ 
rumpere mediaş leges; I, 3ai. 

Persas tyraani ; X , 269. — Peria- 
rum sanguis; ib. 33. 
»■ PBRSEfM o NE ccelum petosa ; VI , 
699. — cur apud inferos manserit^ 

Vl,74o- 

Persetfuor te furialibus armia ; I, ao i . 

Perses censum dcderat;III, i58. 



PES 291 

Perseus partu Danaes, et divite 
nimbo ortus ; IX , 659. — Perseos dex- 
tra ; IX, 676. — rultus; ib. 682. 

Perseus : Persea Babylon ; VI, 449* 

— Tarsos deseritur; III, 225. 
Persis ,* VIII , 229. — non diyersia 

fontibus edit Tigrin et Eupbraten; 

m , 258. 

Perspectasse nefas; VII, 699. 
Perspectum Olympi dare; VI, 484» 
Perspicio : perspexit polos^ VII, 

>99- 
Perstat crebro confizus cuspîde; 

ni, 620. — rabies; J", a 10. — Pers^ 

tet qui in armis; VII, 690. 

Peruris chelas Scorpionis; 1,659. 

— Perurunt tempora galex fragmenta ; 
^) 194* *"" Perussit călcata semina; 
VI, 52 1 . — Perustus xther ; IX , 4^2. 

— Garamas; IV, 679. — polus; X, 
274. — sole populus; i^. aai. — Pe- 
rusta facibus sedes; V, 27. — teUus; 

II, 4^4 • ^9 ^^'* — Zona; IX, 3i4. 
Perustum corpus; ib. 783. — Perus- 
tas terraj; ib. 754. — Perusla sole 
membra; VI, 622. 

Perusina fames; I, 4^- 

Pervertit ad hostes; X, 52o. — ad 
ossa; VII, 84 1. — ad puppim; III, 
73a.— ad umbras gratus; IX ^ 186. 

— in litora ; ib. 1 74. — Perveniunt 
iUuc; ib. H. — Perventum est ad 
Tiscera; VII, 5oO. 

Perversa pompa; VI, 53 1. 

Pervigil custodia ; IV, 7. 

Pervius cunctis hastis; II, 3x0. — 
Pervia Phoebo Uxus; VI, 645. — 
Tempej ib, 345. — velis xquora; V , 

4^- / 
Pervolat ad truncnm; VIII, 753. 

Pes relatus; IV, 780.— Pedcl«vo 
cai'basa obliquat; V, 4^8< — V^^ ^c>>~ 
di jubes carbasa; VIII, i85. — Pedes 
complector; X, 89. — Parthorum re- 
liquit tibi;VIII, 334* — Ptdibus pros- 
temere canos; VII, 372. — inserţia 
inguina distendit; IV, 6a8. — ante su - 
perbi civis constitit ; II , 509. — Borna 
sub pedibus est; IX, 8;S. 



aga PET 

Pestimus mundi arbitcr; YI, 74^. 

Pessum cacumina dedit tellus; V, 

616. — sidentia corpora tenentj III, 

6;4- 

Pestifer tracta aer; VII, \i^. — 
Pestiferos facit ; IX , 729. 

Pestis apcrit; IX, 779. — expri- 
mitur; rV, 7^8. — diurna j IX, 912. 

— fer vida; IV, 370. — fluida; VI, 89. 
>— humorem ebibit ; IX, 744* — i^^^- 
dullis ^nserta ; ib. 93o. — serpentum ; 
ib. 614. — Pestem retiuet; ib, 926.-^ 
Peste qua saeTitiam paratis; I, 649* — 
Pestes Ciaypbix; IX, 787. — gelidae; 
ib. 844* — Libyţ» ; ib, 8o5. — nomi- 
na habentes; VI, 681. — sxyds; IX, 
629. — cuDCtas terrentia sibila ; ib. 724. 

— inter bas; ib. 734. — Pestibus ex- 
sudet; ib. 619. 

Peţitor famx; I, i3i. 
Peto nil juris babere; X, 97. — Pc- 
tis ignoto orbe triumphos; III, 3io. 

— Petit xther a. colle ; V, 72. — arma; 
ib. 65. — Cythera; IX, 37. — arenas; 
ib, 961. — biimor ima; IV, 127. — 
illum bac morte; VIII, 7o3. — louge 
sequora summis remis; III, 537. — - 
oscula; ib. 739 : V, 736. — prxmia 
miles; ib. 247. — pulvis longinqua;. 

VI, 162. — quantum Natura ; IV, 378. 
— Romam; I, 395 : V, 38 1. — secreta; 
IX , 32. — sepulcra ; VIII ,729. — si- 
gna pugn»; VII, 47. — Romana; X, 
64. — taurus secreta silvarum; II, 
602.— tecta.; V, 522. — tecta patriae; 
III, 73. ^— terras; VI, 3l5. — tumu> 
los; IV, 589. — vera ab umbris; VI, 
772. — votis horam; VI, 6. — Peti- 
mus busta; VII, 8o3. — pacem; II, 
47. — Pharon; VIII, 443. — solatia ; 
IX, 879. — Petltis Boraam; I, 46ţ. 

— spem mundi sanguine; VII, 270. — 
Petunt castra mercede victi; II, 255. 

— ora portus flexi; ib. 707. — sîgna; 

VII , 104. — veram credi Salamina ca- 
rinae; III, i83. — umbrx pallida Di- 
tis regna; I, 456. — Petebat litora; 

VIII, 56i.— . Petebant noY& fata; IX, 
545. — quod fata; IV, 2o3. — Pctisti 



PET 

cioeres Pompeii; VIII, 837. — bunc- 
cine Marte; IX, 1047. "" Petiyimus 
mensas extrerao orbe; ib. 43o. — Pe- 
tistis patriam ferro; VII, 261. — Pe- 
tiere ominibus suiş peritura castra; 
III , 21a. — quem Superi; V, 656. — 
Petierunt Iilor a remis; III, ^^. — 
Petes Romam; II , 522. — serus astra; 

I, 46.— Petet ignibus Pboloen; VII, 
449* — portus; VIII, 855. — tempo- 
ra; VI, 120. — Petent ignea astra 
pontum; I, 76. — Pete casus bello- 
pum; IX, 84.-- me; V, 58o. — Petat 
ense; VII, 34 !• — exsilium senatus; 

III , 1 1 J . — me barbara Rheni turba ; 

II, 3io. — quos e nobis mors; VI, 
60 1 . — Roma poenam ; II , 539. — • unde 
Romam; VII, 58o. — Petant dassica 
pugnae; II, 579.— quae tuta, incerţi; 
I, 490. — tela super hostem; II, 4^^* 

— Peterem claustra; VIII, 22a. — 
Peteret ratis undas; II , 7 15. — si cas- 
tra ; VIII , '1 54. — PeUrent rura ; VII, 
i53. — i'efere Ausoniam ; VI, 319.— 
castra; VHI , i5. — fugam, vel praelia; 

IV, 749. — Hesperiam; V, 690. — 
magna;IV, 356. — pacem; ib. 337. 

— rates; ib. 445' — vitam; ib, 219. — 
umbras; VI, i58. — Petisse auxilium 
a rege; VIII, 4i8» -" Petens castella; 

VI, 268. -- dispendia; VUI, 2. — 
fata extrema; ib, 65a. — montis de- 
clivia unda; II, l^'!Xi. — Tyrrhenum 
excussa glande; III, 711. — umbras 
nemorum ; IX , 399. — Petenti sum- 
ma quidquid obstaret; I, i49« — Pe- 
tentes pretium; VII, 75o. — vicina 
ducis signa; I, 268. — viri diversa 
castra; II, 43. — urbis su» regna; 

VII , 334.— Petentia vocem fata; V, 
180.— Petitur aer; VII, 5 16.— cunc- 
tis cruor; ib. 5ii. — Petuntur inde 
mortes; IX, 706. — majore pretio la- 
bor et metus; I, 98a. — Petatur 
laeva Illyris; II, 6*3. — Petanlur 
longe exempla fatorum ; 1 , 94. — PeU 
a se sas a vuit Gaesar ; V, 3o8. —poe- 
nam scit; II, 5ix. — regna placuit; 
IX, 3oo. — telis fata vidit; VII, 65a. 



PHA 

■ — Petendum ferroj 1 , 174. — Peti- 
tum sibi votis tempus; \1I, a38. — 
Pelita pro pace poenas dabitis j III, $70 . 

Petra yocatus collisj VI, 16. — 
tuta ; ib. 70. 

Petreivs et Afranius pari jure 
duces in Hispania contra Ccesarem ,• 
IV, 5. — iesseram alternatim dabant^ 
ib. 7. — Petreius in milites suos cum 
Cissarianis conuenienles invehitur, et 
deprehensos in castris Coesarianos fu- 
bet occidif ib. 2o5. 

Peuce: Peucen adluit caput Histri; 
ni, 202. 

Peucedanon^ IX, 919. 

Phceacum litusj V, 420. 

Phjethontis fabula^ I, 44* H* 
410. 

Phalarica vibrată; VI, 198. 

Pkaretras Herculex; VI, 354- — Scy- 
tbicx; VIII, 3o2. — vacuae; Ut. 387. 

— Pkaretras Gnosos agitare docta; 

III, i85. — implere^ VIII, 220. — 
sagittis implere; VII, l^l. — ad Eoas 
signa Ycrtatj II, 55. 

Pharius diens; IX, X096. — ensis; 
Vin, 546. — gurges; VII, 692. — 
Lagusj X, 86. — rex; VI, 3o8. — sa- 
tclles; VIII, 675. — tyrannus; VII, 
704 : VIII, 555, 574 : IX, i34, io68: 
X, 4o6. — Pharia alnus ; VIII, 611. 

— favUla; IX, 1. — fides; VIII, 624. 

— gensj X, X77. — puppis; VIII, 
696. — PharioB unds vice Euphrates 
fungitur^ III, 260. — i'Aarmm xquor; 

IV, 257. — litus; IX, 74. — scelus; 
ib. 209 : X, 343.— >velamen; IX, 1012. 

— verutum; VIII , 68 1 . — Pharii cur- 
rus; X, 277. — tyranni; ib, 269. — 
triumphi; ib. 65. — Pharios concute 
reges; 11,636.— jP/i«nV»a8pides; IV, 
724- — canesj IX, i^i. — flammx; 
IX, ioo5. — gentes;X, 171. — are- 
nae; II, 733 : VIII, 712. — telae; X, 
126. — urbes^ ib. i84« — Ph^ia li- 
tera; IX, 53. 

Pharnacis oec arma relinquas; II, 
637. — impia signa; X, 476. 

P^oiwj VIII, i84,a77> 44^» 499- 



PHI 



293 



— cruentajîX, 1081. — donata; X, 
356. — quieta; VIII, 5 14. — scit 
ferre reginam; X ,91. — insula quon- 
dam; X , 509. — Phari custos; {'&. 57. 

— regna; VIII, 564: IX, 1022. — 
Pharon donare; X, 81. 

Pharsalia^ VI, 3i3.— dira confort 
duces; IV, 8o3. — ■ diros caropos im- 
pleat; I, 38. — edere voces visa ; VII, 
175. — est votum; ib. 61. — fecit^ 
opes tuas; ib. 745. ^^ habuit partes 
pugnae; ib. 632. — mali causa ; ib. 407. 

— nostra vivet; IX, 985. — puguae 
finis; ib, 232. — sparsit opes; VIII, 
273. — spoctari potuit; VII, 204. — 
vidit gladios; ib. 781. — viucendum 
orbem prxstitit ; III , 297. — Pharsa- 
lice campi ; VH , 535. 

Pharsalicus annus; V, 391. — 
Pharsalici prcelii descripţia^ VII ,' 
385 et seqq. — Pharsalica castra; 
Vm, 14. — damna; VII, 787 — 
fata; VIII, 5i6. — rura; VII, 823. 

Pharsalius : Pharsalia juga; VI, 
576. 

Pharsalos regnum Achillis ; VI , 
35o. 

Phaselis •paTTSi ^ VIII, 25 1. 

Phaselo inversa; V, 5 18. 

Phasis ditissima rura secat; III, 
271. — Phasidos campi; IV, ŞSa. — 
undas peteret; II, 715. — ad gelidas 
undas; II, 585. 

Phemonoe sacerdos oracu li Del- 
phicij\f 126. — jubetur rogatu Ap" 
pii ingredi antrum oraculi Velphipi ; 
ib, 126. -— conatur dissuadere Ap- 
pio curios Itatem noscendi futura ; ifr. 
129. — a sacerdote in templum im- 
pellitur^ ib, i45. — verita ingredi 
adytum templi Apollinis, subsistit in. 
ingressu, acfurorem simulans jfingit 
responsuf ib. i48. — fraude detecta 
minis Appii compellitur ingredi auf 
trum ipsum Apollinis, et non ipSQ 
loqui , sed quoB Phoebus suggereret .^ 
quodfacit y ib, 1 58 et seqq. 

PhiloB , claustra regni; X, 3i3. 

Philippi cantu polluti ; VI , 683. 



294 PHQE 

— Emalbiij IX , 271 . — fatales; VII, 
691. — puri} ib, 879. — Philippos 
jam, Phofebe , vidij 1 , 694. — l«tos iri- 
deo ; 1 , 680. 

PhiUppusVeilxnsi X, ao. — Phi~ 
iippi vipti prxda censum dederat; III , 
i58. 

Phlcgra tollens GiganUi ; YII , 
145. 

Phlegrasi Gigantes; IX, 666. -^ 
Phle^risa arva; IV, 597. 

Phocaica Uunis; V, i44- — Pho- 
caicas mapus Amphisamisit; III , 179. 

Phocais]uyeatuB fidem scrvare ausa 
est; III, 3oi. 

Phocis libera doiiatur Massiliae^T, 
53. — > Phocidos exuslae arces; III, 
340. — Massilix updx ; IV, 356. 

Phcehas; V, ia8. — Apolline im- 
pieta ; ib, 166 et seqq. 

Phoebe fratri contraria; I, 77. — 
toto orbe fratrem redderet; i^. 538. 
-— palluit yenenis obseMa; YI, bpa» 

— vidit Catpuem; IX, 940. — Photbes 
sux lustra; TUI, 479* 

Phcebeus murus ; IX , 965. — or- 
tus; V, 718. — PAoe&ci ortus; VI, 
329 : IX, 667 : X, 433. — Phosbea 
nayalia puppes tenent; III, 182. — 
palatia complet turba pţitrum; III, 
io3. — sertajV, 170. ^^ Phoebeis 
ignibuspares undas^^ II, 4i^* 

Phoebeius : Phcebeia Rbodos; V,5o. 

Phoebus famulansj VI, 368. — a- 
quis Bubes ia vellera sparserat; IV, 
124' "^ calidus; VI, 466. — declinet; 
X, 236^ — in medio axe est; III, 
4^3. — languet; VIU, 47 ^* — P*r 
nocti; X, 227. — presait A^eroen; ib. 
261 . — radios super «quora spar gena; 
III, 521. — surgens; VIII, 228. — 
Phoebi flanuxugeros cumis consceq- 
dere; I, 4^' — ictus; VII, 214. — ^ 
pars altera; V, 542. — penetralia ; c^. 
70. — plagx; X, 307. — Phoebo ces- 
sere; IX, 906. -?- non pervia; VI, 
645. — obstat; IX , 628. — vacat; IX, 
691 . — - naacenti contraria ostia ; III , 
23 1. -7- Phoebe, ŢJdi jam Pbilippos; 



PIE 

1 , 69^ . — Phoebo gelidas pellente te> 
nebras; II, 326.— merso nox lumina 
substituit ; IV, 292* — sequuturo 
clasaica )uaaurus;Iţ, 528^ — siccante; 

IX, 3i5. — yictore damnat» Celenae ; 

III , 206. — Phoehum lăturaş Ghelas 
praecedere; II, 992. — Oceano paaci; 

X, 258. — yideat, seu comua lunş; 
m , 595. -^ pectora urgentem pro* 
dens ; 1 , 677. — surgere aentit nos ; 

IV, io3. — trabit aestaa; VI, 335.— 
urgere monebat calor zlberis ; II , 

719- 

Phoenices ausi Tocem aignare figu- 

ris; m, 220. 

Phoenix (avis) : Phbenicis cinis; 
VI, 680. 

Phoenix (fluvius); VI, 374. 

Pholoe^ VII, 449* — populum 
mentita biformem ; III , 198* — • PAo- 
loen liquere leones; VII, 827. 

Pholus Herculis hospes; VI , 391 . 

Phorcynidos Medusas arva ; IX , 
626. 

Phorcys Medusse pater, et numen 
' aquis secundum ; IX , 646. 

Phrygius ignis; IX, 993. — magis- 
ter; ib. 44* — Phrfgium aes; ib, 288. 
— PhrygU ferens se Cssar luli ; III , 
2i3. — penates gentis lulex; I, 196. 
—1- PhrygicB ruinae; IX, 990. 

Phryx incola; IX, 976. — Phiy^ 
gx&it^reddent moenia; ib. 999. 

Phryxeus pontus ; VI , 56. 

Phycuns meritua rapinas; llL,^o, 

PAx/acc; VI, 352. 

Piacula plena fşrantj; H, 3o4« — 
dira ferantmaneş; IV,* 790. — • grata 
morţi ; X , 462. — non fanjda ; II , 1 76. 

Piceus : piceum ungaen;X, 49'* 
<— Picei ignes lampadis; VI, i55. 

Pictones inpn^unşsi subîgunt sua ni> 
ra; I, 436. 

PieisLcere; VIII, 3i6, 

Piendum ira ; VI , 553. 

Pietas fidesque; V, 297. — cogib; 
VIII, 785. -^ decertet cum fatis, ib. 
77. — mentes frangit; I, 333. — ait 
tăcere; X, 196. --^ ferientibus una; 



PIL 

IV, 565. — humana; III, Sij. ■ — 
ignota; VI, 495. — justa j IX, 147. 

— militiae^ IV, 499' — nimia; VI, 
5o8. — oulla Tiris^ X, 4^7 • — omnis; 
IX, 179. — perculsa; VII, 4^8. — 
peritura; II, 63. — remoU^ VI, i55. 

— vera^ VIU, 578 : IX, io56. — vi- 
rorum; VIII, 1:17. — Pietatis imago; 

VII, 320. — titulu8;X, 363.-rPie- 
uae yictaâ timor; VIU, 718. 

Piger aer 5 VI, 107. — alveus; X, 
3ii. — per vincula stuppea non esl 
ignisjX, 493. — P^raMareotisjIX, 
i54- — palus Maeotica ; II, 641. -«s 
Pigrum gelu; IV, 5o , 6^%, — Pigras 
effunde paludes; ib. 119. — Pigriut 
paludlbus; V, 435. 

Pigel castrorum; IX, 3|8. — hot 
sanguiDis; V, 3n. — regnare; VIII, 
5oo. — Piguit jussisse mori; II , aog. 

— diem prscipitasse; II, io5. — -re- 
gem părere; VIII, 239. — scelerîa; 
IV, a6. — Pişcat penetrare domo»; 

VIII, 2i5. 

Pignus depositum; VIII, 190. — 
sceleris; X, 10. — mariti; VIII, ii|. 

— memorabile ; IX , 994. — violare 
▼ulnere j VII , 3a4' — Pignore te emi- 
mus; IX, loao. — > Yobis ostendi; 

VIII, i3o. — Pignora amoris^IV, 
5oa. — deseru ; VII, 347* — gentia ; 

IX, 906. — juneţi sanguinis; I, iii. 

— nulla domus; II, 370. — pati^is 
sacra; VIU, 4^'- "" propiora; U>. 
499. — reddcre; V II, 267. — sacrata;; 
VIII , 4o^' — Pignora post tanta so- 
boles; V, 474* — ^^ dedimus fatis; 
VII , 66a. — tua ferro abscidis ; III , 
33. — turgentia succo; VI, 4^6. — 
post pignora locus est Pompeio ; VII , 
376. 

Pilum transfixum; IX, i38. ■— 
Pili summi munera gerens; I, 356. 

— Pito gestata ducum coUa ; U, 160. 

— quem adfixit arens; IX, 765. — 
fixo vestigia firmat; IV, 4i* — posi- 
io; VUI, 598. -^ iniorquendo dei- 
tera valet; II, 556. — - PHa laceriis 
tuismÎBsa; II, a6i. "^ nostra^ VIII, 



PIU 295 

3oo. -^sua quo cadant; VU, 46a.— 
trementia in pectus venere ; III, 598. 
— torquere ; 1 , 364- — contorsit ^- 
ritus ; IX , 4? a* — %^^^^ mânu ; IX , 
587. — timent populi; X, 43. — e- 
repta liquavit; VU, 159. — minantia 
piUs ; 1,7. — parata tenuere; VII , 

469- 

Pindus. ,' VI , 339. — agit fremitus ; 
VII, 48a. — concurrit Oljmpo; ib*, 
1 74. — Pindi nemus ; ib, 806. — ver- 
ţice Edonis.decurrit,* I, 674* 

Pingitur alvum; IX, 71 3. — Pic^ 
to vestea discriniinat auro; U, 357. 
— !- robore fulgens tutela; IU, 5 10. — >. 
PicicB tog»; IX, 177. — Pictis ar- 
mis pngnaces; I, 898. 

Pinguia fumus; VIU, 730. — sul- 
cus ; VI , 38a . — Pingue solum ; IV, 
ia. — Pinşrues somni; X, 354» — 
Pingues glebae; IV, 809. — Pingui- 
bus taedis adfixusignis; III, 681. 

Pinifer.' piniferi Ossae rupes; I, 
389. — Piniferis rupibus populos. 
amplexus; U,43l* 

Pinnas densas tollentia ; IU , 386. 
-~ Pinnis tabulata minantia ; IV, 43a* 

Pinus ardua erigitur ; II , 695. — 
-^ prima; VI, 35 1, 4oo. — Pinum 
excutiens Erinnys; I, 573. «^ Pinus, 
babiles pugnam lacessere; III, 553. 
-^ miuautes; VU, 45o. — plures «- 
quore mergunt rates.; UI, 53i. 

Pir ala pelagi metucns; II, 578. — 
redis pelago; IX, aa4« — jam non 
Ctfix;III, aa8. -«- Siculus; VI, 432. 
— Piratas melius fient; 1 , 346. 

Piratica laurea victis Gallis cedat ; 
I, ia2. 

Pisap frangentes T jrrhena xquora ; 
U, 4oi. 

Pisata %ula ; II , 1 65. 

Pisces lenţi ; IX , 535. 

Piţanen colunt; IU, ao5. 

Pius aula exeat; VIU, 494* "^ 8^" 
ner; VI, 3o5. — Pia turba; VIU, 
79. — Pii paupertate; V, 273. -r- 
P^ai voces ; IX , 1 095. — umbra ; VI , 
792. — Pia coUa; VUI, 73a. — 



296 PLA 

tura; IX, 996. — dassica; I, a38. — 
Piorum campo cxpulsa , III , ia. — 
campi; VI, 798. 

Pix : pice incendia rapuere carinx; 
III, 6B4. 

Placeo conaes; VIII, 589. — Pla- 
cet comes Fortuna; V, 5 10. — cura 
Tindictx; IV, 809. — dicere ; VIII , 
793. — hoc, addere crimen; VII, 
58. — hoc cunctis; ih. 87. — Hespe- 
rium nomen perdere; II , 67. — hu- 
mor; IX, 757. — nimium ipse, si 
Catoni placet bellum; II, 276. — ti'a- 
derePVII, 107. — Placent îosâerA 
pacis; IV, 365. — juraj II , 353. — 
castra; VIII , 53a. — scclera hac mer- 
cede; I, 38. — tibi bella; II, 256. — 
Piacebat tibi; VIU, 686. — Placuit 
belii sedes ; II , 394. — bella geri; I, 
ia. — cadenti tellus; VIII, 5 16. ■ — 
civile absoWere bellum; II, a 49* — 
dicere ; X , 3a5. — Diis victrix causa ; 
I, laS. — mori; VII, 384- — petij 

IX , 3oo. — mari fortunam tentare ; 
m, 509. — quibus salus; IX, 379. 

— res immenso labore statura ; III , 
38 1. — Tuscos vates acciri; I, 564* 
«- Placuere excussi tori; II, 6o5. — 
tempora fugx; II, 688. — Placeant 
foedera; III, 335. — Placeret ostensa 
cxdes; II, 191. - — Placuisse diem 
Superis; VII, 339. — portus'magis- 
tro ; IX , 44* — Placitura viro pro- 
fatur ; II , 337. "" Placitum Dis ; 

X, 417. 

Placidus senio ; VIII , 476» — pon- 
tus; V, 638, — sinus; VI, 8o3 : VU, 
8io. — Placida Ligeris unda ; 1, 439. 
,— Placidum mare; VIII, 245. — 
profundum; VI, 268. — Placidce 
aurae; IX, 4^* — Placida dicta; X , 
175. — Placidis undis prxiabitur Si- 
coris; IV, i3. 

Placo : placate caput; IX, 1092. 

— Placemus gentes caede; X, 386. 

— Placasset umbras sanguine; VI, 
3 10. — Placare manes; VIII, 857. 

— peremptum; ib, 772. — soccrum ; 
V, 767 ; VIU, 44i- — Placatur san- 



PLE 

guine diro Teutates;!, 444- — ■^/«-■ 
cota pellice c«sa ; VIII , 1 04. — poena 
juventns ; V, 373. — Placaţi sanguine 
Gatuli manes; U, 174* 

Plaga minatur; IX, 74©. — P/a- 
go! proxima cutis; IX, 767. 

Plaga calcatur ; IX, 6o5. — fervi- 
da regni; IV, 674» — torrens; V, 24 î 
IX, 6o4, 861 : X , 232. — Plagof et 
sidera mundi; VI, 816. — ardentes ; 
ib. 326. — Phoebi; X, 3o7. — stella- 
rum, cxlique;X, 186. 

Planctus , luctusque; IX, 49* "— 
undx; VI, 691. — omina; VU, 2a. 

— Planctu contttsa; IX, io5. — li- 
Tentes atra lacertos; II , 37. — Planc- 
tus quanti matrum ; IU, 757. — sxvi ; 
II, 24* — Planctibus percussus xther; 
IX, 168. 

Plangunt rursus ; IX , 173. — 
Planxere te; VII, 44* — Plangemus 
ad urnas; IX, 68. — Plangens Osi- 
rin; VUI, 833. — Plangitur^ VIU, 

i49- 

Planta translata contingere ; U , 

359. — Plantas posuit in margine ; 

IX, 353. 

Planus : in planum effundere mu-, 
ros; I, 383. — per plana stagnaret ; 
ir, 416. — Planum opus; VI, 38. — 
solum ; VIII , 369. — Plani campi ; 
VII, 23. 

Platona Gecropium docuere;*X, 
181. 

Plaudo :plausere manus; VI, 798. 

— Plaudens Senatus; VII, 18. 
Plaustrum ursae; V, 23. — Plaus^ 

tri Scythici patiens palus; II, 641 • — 
ignis in plaustro ; VIU, 170. — Plaus- 
tra languentia Bootx; II, 722. — sic- 
ca; IX, 541. — per agros quaesita; 
UI, 45l. 

Plausu certare; VU, 12. — gau- 
dere theatri; I, i33. 

Plebeius amictus ; V, 538. — signi- 
fer; IV, 800. — Plebeia cassis; VII, 
586. — sors; V, 765. — toga; VII , 
267. — Plebeium fiinus; VIU, 736. 

— PUbeio tectus amiclu honos; H, 



PLU 

i8. — non plebeios lactus tcstaita cu- 
pressus ; III , 44^* 

Ptebis scita et leges coactae ; 1 , 176. 

PUbs castrorumj VI, 114. — La- 
tia ^ X , 4o^* "^ Romana cemetis 
triumphos ; Y, 334- — Plebi armatos 
miscere poteotes; I, 271. — Plebem 
prxsagia terruerant ; I, 673. — Plebe 
commixta y YII , 698. — senrire pa- 
rata j IX, 193. — cwia plebe perit no- 
Lilitas^ II, loi. — Plebes jejuna nes- 
cit timere;III, 58. — impia^ VII, 
760. — omnisţ IX, 254. 

Pleias ( vel Plias) hebet; II, 72a. 

— imbrifera; VIII, 85i. 

Plenus Deo; IX, 564^ — epolisj 
X, 396. — favilla sinus; VIII, 75a. 

— honoruro; V, 666. — urbis amatae 
visu5 I, 609. — Plena acies^ VII, 
337. — cohors; IV, 471* — diri hor- 
roris imago ^ III , 9. — futura est lu- 
na j ib. 4a. — Lyxo Edonis; I, 675. 

— nobis victoria; VII, 737. — Phoe- 
bo Phemonoe; V, 186. — ratis multo 
cruore;III, 6a8. — redit fortuna; 
IV, xax — r spolii8;*X, 139. — vene- 
no serpens; IX, 396. — vox; VI, 
6q2. — urbo; V, 33. — Plenum litus ; 
Vni , 109. -— titulis bustum ^ e&. 817. 

— veri pectus^ IX, 189. — PlencB 
conjugis visccra; I, 377. — Pleno 
ore tumens Padus; VI, 27a. — thea- 
tro; Vn, 44. — Pleni fasti; VIU, 
270. — honores; ib. 773. — Plenas 
messe carinae; VI, io5. — Noto rates; 
II, 683. — venaej IX, 81 3. —urna ; 
ib. 68. — ossibus uruae gemuerunt; I, 
568. — Plena crimine saxa; VIII, 
800. — gurgite yiscera; IV, 371. — 
medullis ossa; VIII , 787. — metallis 
castra; VII, 74^' "— moenia; ib. 41 4* 

— pectora ; VI , 709. — piacula; II , 
3o5. — tumultu litora; IX, 1007. — 
Plenior artus Paean irrupitţ V, 166. 

— sanguis; IX, 702. — pclago Syrtis; 
ib. 3ii. 

Plumata pars; X, ia5. 
Plumbo solido lempora fregit j III , 
711. 



POEN 297 

Plnres catervae; VII, 367. — pen- 
nae 5 ib. 835. — Plura mea vulnera ; 
ib. 661. — foram; IX, 1029. — la- 
quutus; II, 490 : VII, 61 5, 746 • 

VIII, 453. — quid moror; II, 64a. 

— retcntis; IX, 197. ' 
Plurimus aetber; II, 58. — livor; 

I, 620. — Plurima terr» pars; IX, 
457. — unda; III, 4"- — Plurima 
campi; VII, 226. — ensis agit; III , 
569. — carminaj IX, 927. — convi- 
cia; VII, 7 a 5. — monumenta; VIU, 
435. 

Plus absunt; IX, 4*3. — debcre 
nobis; IX, io3i. — estcoactum; IX, 
703. — potest Fortuna; VI, 6i5. — 
sperare; IV,«638. — vacabit; VIII, 
4ia. — quam civilia bella canimus; 
I, I. — quam mortcm virtus daret; 

VI, 169. — cincrum; VIII, 858. — 
famaB;lV, 509. — iraţ III, 61 4» — 
venia nil dări; IX, 1089. — und»; 
X, 260. — uno diej VIII, 4^* — 
urna; IX, 537. 

- Plutei : sub pluteis ( vineae ) laten- 
tes; III, 488. 

Pluuialis tertia Cyntbia;I, a 18. 

Pluvia : pluuias in nube tenebai 
bruma j IV, 5i. 

Pocula carent morte; IX, 916. — 
corrumpunt; IX, 819. — noxia; VI , 
454. — regia ; X , 424. 

Poena de victis e^t; IX, 299. — 
numquam fuit; II, 201. — paratur; 

VII, 3o3. — cunctis niors; ib. 470. 

— tenet paucos; V, 36o. — civilis 
belii; X, 34o. *-* fugx erat Pto1ema;us; 

IX, 1087. — generi juvat; VII, 806. 

— timoris j ib. 644» ~~ tyranni ; X , 
343. — ultima, mors; VIII , 395. — 
Pcenam parat victori; VI, 802. — 
peti scit; II, 5ii. — suppiiciumque 
petat Roma ; II , 589. — reraittere ; 
IV, 364. — Poenas favoris; VIII, ai. 

— graves; VII ,614. — minores mor- 
te; VIII, 646. — nocentum; VI, 
6g5. — Po^narum extreraum ci vi 
ignosci; II, 519. — Poe/ias accijKî ; ■ 
IX, 859. — auimx fcram; ib, io3. — 



aQS POL 

d«t^ VIII, 4^^- — ^*^ majoris aqux; 
IV, 143. — cui dant; VII , 8ao. — 
dabat scelerura; II, 76. — dabilis pro 
pace petita ; III , 370. •— tibi dent ; 
IX, i5i. — mihi dabit^ ib, 161. — 
daturus servatur; X, 43 1. -—tibi de- 
bet; VII, 43i* — > exigit Tictoria; ib. 
771. — gumptums; X, 4^^- — to* 
criminis cepisse^ II, 187. — tuas coo- 
ferre; VIII, Si"]. ^^ in poenas daxnnsi- 
turn caput; II, 307. — mulus Tar- 
tara laiantnr; III, 17. 

Poenus tantis dadibus auctor erit ; 

I , 3i. — tranacenderet Alpes Hanni- 
balţ ih, 3o4* — conmilis humator; 
VII, 799, — bostia î rV, 667. — />/»- 
no marte obsessum Sagrintumţ III, 
35o. — Paeni manea ; I , S9 : IV, 790. 
-— Paenarum umbra; VI, 3io. — 
Pcenos preuit cineres; II , 91. . 

Poliente yeneno j IX , 795. — Pol^ 
lentior excantare Deos ^ VI , 585. 

Poiluit leges tadae; VIII, 399. — 
Superos , bumanaque ^ IV, 690. -— 
triumphos; VI, i^2^. — PoHuet se 
manus isto juguM; III, i35. — Pol- 
luerit capuium gladii^ III, 749> — 
Pollutus sanguine; I, 4^* ^f 3o7. 

— Polluta ars; VI, 509. -^ domus; 

II, aSa. — sanie mens; VI, 4^7. — 
Pollutum os; ib, 707. — Polluto 
Miloni tiro oppositus; II, 4^o* "~ 
Pollutce dextrx oscula fixisse ; ib. 114. 

— Po//tt«i canlu PbUippij VI, 58 1. 

— fluctus; X, 379. — enses; II , 536. 

— PollutcB fauces; I, 33a. — Pol- 
luta c«de agmina ; IV, aBg. 

Polus astra ponto yergit; IV, 5?6. 

— nubifero Euro cesserit; II, 459» — 
alter; VIII, 29a. — qua calidus Aus • 
tri yergitur 5 1 , 54- — Libyes ; IX > 
377. — perustus; X, a75. — prxceps; 
VI , 5oo. — Poli , caelique cura ; VI » 
447* — motus; VII, 3oi. — natura > 
IX, 867. — nox alta; VI, 571. — 
pars; IX, 873. — signiferi regio; III, 
354. — per summa; VI, 335. — Po- 
lum flammis ardentem; I, Saj. — 
Oceano pasci ; X , a58. — Polo oc- 



POM 

curmnt; X, aoo, — ^ subtexta nox; 
IV, 1 04 . — gaudente ; 1 , 47 • — nnm- 
quam atente; VIII, 173. — pressas 
nubes; IV, 76. — rapiente; VII, 3. 

— Poli laborant; V, 633. — averai ; 

VIII, 337. — impulsi axibus; VI, 
464* — Polos ambiaset; X, ^o. •— 
perspexit; VII, 199. —per utroaqae ; 
X , 3oi. -» Polis aatra fixa; Y, 563 : 

IX, i3. 

PomoBtia longa cingere; I, 594* 
Pompa feralia; VTII, 733. — per- 
veraa ; VI , 53 1. — triunq^ te exci- 
pit; I, a86. — longa rerum seriem 
praemittere ; III ,75. — vana caren-^ 
tia jura; II, 35a. 

Pompeianus^ IX, 24. — Cilix; IV, 
448. — eques; VII, 5o7. -— Pom- 
peiana csdes; X, 35o. — manoa; 

IX, ^57. — quiea; VI, a83. — um- 
bra; ib, 717. — Pompeianum thea- 
trum; VII, 9. — Pompeiani manea; 

X, 73. •-* Pompeiance aquilx; VI , 
i38. — Pompeiana castra; VII, 61. 

— signa; I, 3a3. 

PoMFEivs Magnua usurpalarni- 
micB potentias ; 1 , 3 1 4 ^ seqq, — ad- 
fectator regni^ II, 3a 1. — părem 
ferre nequit^l, ia6. — adhuc juue- 
nis et privatus a Sulla missus4X)n~ 
tra proscriptos , iis debellaiis Uium- 
phavit^ VII, i4 : VIII, 25, 810. — 
intra bimestre spaiium piratas Cili-' 
cos mari cedere , etin mediterraneis 
sedes petere coegit^ I , laa : II, 578 , 
7a6 : VIII, a6. — MiihridaUm de- 
bellaium ad mortem adegii, aliosque 
Orientis populos multaa sube^l ; II , 
576 , 58o : VIII, 26, aaa et seqq. — 
tres triumphos duxit , singulos de di- 
uersis populis trium partium erbis; 
Libycum, Hispanicum, et Mithrida- 
ticum; VI, 818 : VU, 685: VIU, 
553, 8i4: IX, 178, 600.-- «Acaimi» 
HomcB exstruxit; I, i33 : VII, 9. — 
aucloritate sua PtolemcBum Auleten 
in regnum jEeYpii restituit , Jure kos- 
pitalitatis cum patre ejus ususf VIII , 
65o, 573, 595 : IX, i3a, X028. -— 



POM 

Parthoruni amicus , uUionem eadis 
Crassi senatul dissuasit^ VIII^ ai 8 
et seqq, , a33. -*- genUs phrttsque 
deuicit imbelUs et ignavas ; VII , 
279. •— continue felix , semel etsi^ 
mul miserfactus est; VIII, 707. — 
ejus umbra Sepctojilio in SioiUa ad- 
parituraprcedicitury VI, 81 4* 

Pompeius quomodo a Ctesare avet^ 
sus; I, lai et seqq» -^ ejus descrip^ 
tio et cum Ccşswre oollatiOy ih. 129 
el seqq, — fi*git Roma ; atque eo ex- 
cusandi alii fugientes, qui Pompeio 
fugieute pavent^ 1 , 5a9. 

Pompeius Roma profugus Capuam 
in sedem belii cligit; II , 39a. — pras' 
sidia per jipenninum distribuit ad 
impediendum transitum Cwsaris ; 
395. — ^ prmlio parans cum Ctesare 
certare , militum animos oralione ex- 
plorat, in quafaota sua extollit, Cce- 
saris acerbe eleuat; a vs. 53 1 usque 
ad 596. ■— • sed ubi animadvertit 
pavorem militum , fugii Brundisiwn; 
598. — inde filiutn mittit conqui^ 
situm undique auxilia ; 63 1. — 
Consules in JSpirum proBmittit; 645. 
■— Brundisii autem a Captare ob^ 
sessus, et anxius ob opera ejus, 
tandem classe evadit ; 680 et seqq, 

— saltem optans posse perdere Ita^ 
Ham; 699. *- duabus tantum na^ 
vibus amissiSy et a Ccesarianis in li" 
tus adtractis : ni i. 

Pompeius, quamdiu potest, Ita- 
liam respectat abiens; III, 4 • — «/u- 
lia ei in somnis apparet minax ; 9. 

— Ule non terretur; 36. — Djrrrka- 
cfUum appellit; 4^* "^ copias colli- 
git, et quales; 169. — majores Cfri , 
XerxiSy aut Agcunemnonis ; a84. — 
dignas videlicetfuneri suo exsequias; 
292. 

'Pompeii exercitus Hispanieus, du^ 
cibus Petreio et Afranio , contra Ca^ 
sarem ad HUerdam bellum gerit , et 
siti ad deditionem compellitur a 
principio libri IV usque ad versum 
402. 



POM 299 

Pompeius in Epiro du'x belii a 
Coss. et senatu dictus; V, 4^* — 
( quamvis privalus; II , 278. ) — cas- 
tra vicina locat Cassari adflumen 
jdpsum^ numquam (^cesari. propius 
conspectus post Casaris in Gallias 
discessum; V, 47^* ""^ Comeliam uxo- 
rem ob. belii discrimina in Lesbum 
secedere fubet; 722 seqq. 

Pompeius Dyrrhachium preeservat 
a Casare >* VI , 1 5. — a Cassare igna- 
rus obsidetur; 29 seqq,"^ animad" 
uertens, se circumvallari , etiam ipse 
spargit copiat , laxandis operibus 
Ccesaris; 69. — quamvis valde spa- 
tioso loco castra metaret, tamen quia 
bbsessus , ejus copia inopia pabuli , 
et pestiUntia laborant; 81. — castella 
Cassaris perrumpere statuit, et cona- 
tur; Si seqq, — quum Minuti cas- 
tella frustra tentasset, alia mari vi- 
cina occupat, et perrumpit ; 263. — 
Ctesarianos aHquot multitudine cir- 
cumfundens cădit, victoria uti nes- 
ciens; 091 seqq» — Ccesarem rece- 
dentem insequi mavult, quam in Ita» 
liam illo absente tendere; 3 16. 

Pompeius nocte prtelium Pharsa- 
licum prcecedente somniat, se Romae 
esse ; VII , 7 seqq, "— de illo bellum 
trahente querelas senatus et exerci- 
tus; 45 seqq. — iile importunitate 
omnium coaetus pugnare , contra ani- 
mi sui sententiam id esse protestatur; 
87 et seqq, •*- tandem licentiam con- 
fligendi permittit; 124* *- aoies in 
prcsUum disponit ,* 2 1 7 et seqq, — ejus 
auxilia; 225 et sexjq, — adtonitus 
prodeuntibus contra se Casarianis , 
tamen animandis suiş verba facil; 
337. — equitatus ejus ^ et leuis ar- 
matura Cwsarianis circumfundititr ; 
sed a cohortibus Ceesaris retr^^Uo- 
catis deturbatur; 5o6 et seqq. — vt- 
dens Pompeius res suas perditas , fu- 
git; 647 et seqq. — Larissam conten- 
dit; 712. 

Pompeius per deşerta Thessaliof 
fngiens ad omnin payet; VITI, 1 ct 



3oo 



POM 



seqq, — quum sub ejus imperio adhuc 
ciasses integrce ad Corcyram, et in 
sinu Leucadio essent, item Lihurni- 
ccB, et Cilicum na%»eSj tamen in ostio 
Penei fluvii, coactus sejidere cjrmbce 
flnuiatUi, in Lesbum ad uxorem ve- 
hitur^ VIII, 35 seqif. — i/uam extremo 
doiore adfectam reperiens, objurgai ,• 
7 >. — iaudatis ob fidem MityUnceis, 
cum uxore e Lesbo solvit^ 127 seqq, 

— nauigans rectorem nauit consulii 
de directione navium ad astrorum 
cursum : cui iile de sin^ulis respon- 
det^ 167 seqq. — jubet quocumque 
aauem dirigere, dum Thessaliam, et 
Italiam vitei; i86. — fugienti palan- 
tes se adjunxerant filius , senatores 
mulţi, et regesquidam; ao3 seqq. — 
regem Dejotarum ad Parthos auxilia 
imploraturum mittit; 309 seqq. — 
navigalio ejus relicla Lesbo; 344 
seqq, — in ora Ciliclce cum quibus^ 
dam senaioribus consultat, quo abeun- 
dum sit reparandis viribus, et ipse 
de Parthis proponit; 26a seqq. — 
quod consilium quum alii improbas- 
sent, Lentuli sententiam de adeunda 
jEgrpto sequitur; 454» — «<^ ostium 
ilaque Pelusiacum^gyptiadpellens, 
oomperto regem Ptolemceum puerum 
in monte Casio esse, eo navigat; ^6S 
seqq. — invilantibus /Egyptiis , solus 
in biremem eorum descendit, jussis 
in naui remanere uxore, et fiUo; 
575. — ab Achilla occiditur; 6i8. 

— caput ejus a Septimio abscinditur; 
668. — ab Achilla defertur ad Ptc 
leiruBum; 675.- IX, i38. — cerebro 
exempto , oppletur balsamo , et con- 
ditur, ut integrum seruetur; "VIII, 
688. — truncum corpus a Cordo quces- 
lore in litore Mgyptio comburitur , et 
sepeUcar; 712 seqq. — digressio in 
ejus sepulcrum ,• 795. 

Pompeii spiritus ad sedes beatorum 
circa lunarem circum ewolat ; VI, 
8o5 : IX, I. — trunci sui deformis 
ridcns ludibria; I, 685 : IX, l4> — 
ejus morte intellecta lucius Corneliee, 



POM 

Jiliorumque ejus, et copiarum, quar 
Cato in Africam aduexerat; IX, 167. 

— mandata ejus a Cornelia filiis pa- 
tejacta; 85. «— laudatus insigni en- 
comio a Catone; 189. — caput ejus 
defertur ad Ccesarem ab Mgyptiis : 
quod iile adspiciens , iUacrfmatur , 
et honorifice cremari Jubet ; io35. 

Fompeius comparatus cum annosa 
quercu ,* I, i36. — tigridi Hyrcancs; 
ib. 3^8 . — tauro victo , qui reparatis 
viribus alacrior ad pugnam redit; II , 
601. — ejus classis Brundisio inco- 
lumis evadens , comparata cum Argo 
naui inter Sjrmplegadas puppe elisa 
elapsa; ib. 7 15. — Fompeius ignarus 
a Cassare circumdatus , comparatus 
ei, qui, in mediterraneis Sicilias aut 
Britannice securus estfluctuum ad li- 
tora sonantium; VI, 65. — parte qua 
primum erumpere tentaverat repulsus, 
comparatus marinis fluctibus conti- 
nue scopulum tundentibus; ib, a65. 

— per CcBsaris munitiones erumpens , 
Pado inundanti; ib. 272. — ejus 
exercitus se ad praslium in Phărsa- 
lia prasparantis studiam colltUum 
cum Diis se armantibus in Gigantes ; 

VII, 145. 

Fompeioram tumuli tribus parti- 
bus orbis : patris in Africa , Cnaii F. 
in Hispania Europce , Sexti F. in 
Asia; VI, 817. — Vom^enfelices 
mari; IX, 93. 

Pompeius felix ct miser ; VIU , 
7o5. — flensj V, 738. — ccrtior va- 
tes; VI, 814. — felix de pectore 
elapsus; IX, 80. — - facinuB est Po- 
thini j X , xo3. — nefas Cxsaris ; 
VIII, 549. — erit noraen; ^U, 121. 

— pugnae finis^ IX , 233. -— meus ^ 
VIII , 633. — quisquis j IX , 93. — 
Pompeii amor ^ ib. 227. — currus^ 
ib. 600. — memLra non tegeos tumu- 
lusţX, 38i. — nomen; VIII, 820. 
— ' amant populiţ IX, io5o. — se- 
pulcrum j VIII , 793 etc. — Pompeio 
prodessc nefas; IV , 792. «— ultima 
provincia dabitur, Csesar; I, 338. — 



PON 

Pompeium secundum Tidit; Y, G62. 

— ducem nou tirauiL^ X, 4^1. — in 
peclore portasj IX, 71. — obicit 
Deis; IX, 188. — Pompeio bella ju- 
bente j VIII , 684. — Pompeios du- 
cite; IX, 278. 

Pomptinas paludes via dividit ; 
III , 85. 

Pomiim : Poma fulgeutia; IX , 367. 

Pondus calidum j VII , 5 1 3. — con- 
fusumj IX, 801. — fam%j VIII, 22. 

— immotumj VI , 48i- — terraj IX, 
739. — marmoreum ^ VIII, 866. — 
subitum^ IX, 949. — Pondere \xp~ 
sum pectusj VII, 672. — pressum 
caput; ib, 162. — yiclus^ VIII, 724. 

— coeuâtismundi mixto^ II, 291. — 
coDgesto versa puppis^ III, 649. — 
duro Libye; IX, 4^7* — ^^^ depo- 
sito; VIIj 686. — ferri perire; IV, 
776. — frustrate ferrum cădit 5 III, 
58 1. — praecipiti se jacalalus^ II, 
l55. — solo contenţi j III, 84o. — 
jaccrej IX, 483. — nociturus^ III, 
626. — suo ferrum adjuvit^ ib. 725. 

— quercus fixa est; I, 139. — sine 
pondere inopes râmi; IX, 366. — sub 
iiigcnti membra fracta; II, 188. — 
nimio graves lapsus; I, 71. — Pon- 
dera curarum;IX, 95 1. — ingentia; 
II, 5o5^ — mali fracta sonuerunt; I, 
5oo. — massx; VI, 4^3 : VII, 753« 

— mentis; VIU, 280. — rerum j IU , 
337 : VII, 5o4. — saxi muralia; VI, 
199. — librati caii tene; I , Sy. — sua 
inoles Yado tenuit; II, 669. — ad 
pondera justx librx squatis tempori- 
bus; IV, 58. 

Pone sequi; I, 483. 

Pono: ponit colla in transtro; VIII, 
67 1 . — spem in limine ; X , 459» — 
Ponebat gressus in gramine ; IX , 976. 

— posuisti mortes limite; IX, 862. 

— Posuit Deus omnia medio campo ; 
VII, 348. — fragmenta sa-obc ; VIII, 
756. — in margine plantas; IX, 353. 

— se mente Gatonis; IX, i8. — Po 
suere comas alnus, et cupressuis; III, 
443. — Deos iEgypti; X, iSg. — 



PON 



3oi 



fugam; IX, 489* "~ i^lic templa; ib, 
5i5. ' — membra adytis; X, 23. — 
modum crescendi Ixlis rebus; I, 82. 

— tigres furorem; I, 327. — Posuc 
runt membra in toris; VII, 763. — 
Ponam gradus in pulvere; IX, 895. 

— Pone duccs; X, i5i. — Ponite 
tîmores-; VI, 659. — Ponere cespite 
membra; V, 279. — castra; I, 38i. 

— ferrum; IX, 198. — finem regi; 
X, 42. — scelerum; V, 3i4' — in 
castris; VI , 233. — modum ; X, 33i . 

— monstra in faciem ; IV, 253. — ubi 
velis regnum mundi; 1 , 52. — spem ^ 
IV, 670. — teutoria; ib, 663. — vul- 
tus; ib, 238. — Posuisse sedem in ye- 
nenis; IX, 897. — feras cubiiia me- 
dia Roma; I, 56o. — Positura exu- 
vias ScytaJe; IX, 718. — Positus in 
ara rhoenix;,VI, 680.— sub tyranno; 
VII, 704. — Posita hic conjux; V, 
785. — Posiium est iuYOto; IX, 387. 

— nihil est; II, 12. — rostris caputf 
VII , 3o5. — strue liquit ; VI , 826. 

— Posito Borea jacuit mare; 111^523. 
•— remis petîerunt litora malo ; ib, 45. 

— pilo ; VIII , 598. — Positi am'o ; 
IX*, 10. — Positis bis flammis; ib. 
940. — Positis armis; I, 60, 4^^ ^ 
IX, 1099. — iusignibus; VIU, 239. 

— Ponendus in aris partus ; VI , 559. 

— Ponenda in numero scelerum aes- 
tim^t; X, 473* 

Pons saxeus Sicorim amplecti- 
tur; IV, i5. — Pontem distcndit in 
agros; IV, x4o. — quarere; ib, \l^ 

— undae immergite; II, 484» — r**i~ 
turum adscendite; 16. 499 • — Ponţi- 
bus multum ausus; ib. 673. 

Ponticus eques ; VII , 226. — san- 
guis; ib. 636. — Pontica prxlia lassi 
rcgis; I, 336. — signa; VIII, 26. 

Pontifices pomoeria cingere jubet; 
I, 595. 

Pontus et tellus tanti furoris pre- 
tium; 1 , 96. — audit Tritona; IX , 
348. — gemit rauca ; V, 217. — bau- 
rit saxa vorax; II, 663. — repugnat 
Fboebo; IX, 3i5. — adyersus; X, 



« , 



3oa 



POP 



!i46. — Hadriacus^ IV, 407. — ia- 
cumbens soWeret confinia; 11,4^5. 

— iii«diu8 sine marmure j I, a6o. — 
/^onf» belloa; VIII, 764. — gnrge» ; 
VII, 8i3. — limite flexo; III, ai8. 

— nova litora ; 1 , 693. — in gemini 
diTOrtiaj II, 4o4' "^ Pontam litore 
confregit^ IX, 333. •— > petent igoea 
astra j I, 75. —> Superi prodigiis im- 
plerunt; ib, 5a5. — inanem Tana S jm- 
plegas percussit^ II, 718. — Tieinum 
inyohens ratis ; IU , 63 1. — vacuum 
texerunt tela; ib. 546. — sanguine 
permixtum hauserunt; ib. 577. — noa- 
trum rubro dirimunt^ X, 3i4* "^ 
Ponto jacet; VIII, 118. — miracula 
fati prebuit^ III, 633. — lumina pas* 
cens ; IX , 3 X 3. — obruta litora ; VII , 
i34*— toto fulgentia signa tulij II, 
576. — relabcnti ; IV, 4^*9* 

PontuSy X , 475. — dirimat Byzan- 
tioo; IX, 959. — Meotidos undas 
egerit^ III, 278. — Scyihi» litora 
curvans; VIII, 178. — Ponţi feraa per 
litora gentes; II, 639. — per Scy- 
thici diyortia profugus; ib, 58o. — 
Pontum Scy thicum frigore adstringit; 

I, 18. 

Poples eratsine tegmine^ IX, 771. 

— tremulus^ VI, 87. — Poplite depo- 
sito; I, 6i3. — lapsoj III, a54' 

Popularis : populare nomen Pom- 
peii j VII , 694. — Populaţia nomina ; 
VI, 795. — Popularibus anris ^ I, ]3a. 

Populator; IX, 44*» """ *** agros 
sparsus^ IV, 9a. 

Populatus : populatibus agri sxvis 
ardent^ II, 534. 

Populeas ripas umbrasse corona ^ 

11,411. 

Populof : populetur ferro, el igoi^ 

II , 445. 

Populus ipse sui favoris sector ; I , 
i'jg. — non erat is , quem pax juvaret; 
I, 171. — qui nune est, et futuras; 
VII ,374. — imbellis 5 X , 54- — iner- 
misjVin, 525.*— minister^ X, 127. 
-— Romanus^ ib. SSg. -— sole perus- 
tus^ ib. 323. — Populi animos faraa 



POP 

imipit; I, 470. — convicia în Deos ; 
Vn, 735. — quies rupta; I, 339. — 
quondam Yox; ib. 370.'— rabies; "\TI, 
557. — veteres exuvix; I, 137. -^fu- 
rentis; II, 349* — potentis fortuna ; 

I , 109. — Populam impulerit^ 1 , 69. 

— pereuntem vidit; II, 195. — po- 
tentem canimus ; 1 , 3. — tei'rae, pela- 
gique potentem; I, 83. — praicipitem 
urgent; ib. 49^* — Popula receptoţ 
IU, 665. — sitienLe; IX, 509. — 
vestro communia fata; IIÎ, 3o7. — 
Po;7(i/t discedunt in fftYorem; X, 4l8. 

— erremus ; VIU , 804. — q^i nasci- 
mur orbe; VII, ^oH. — cultu fre- 
quentat lucuni; III, t^i'X. — quos des- 
picit Arctos; I, 458. — ct duces; V, 
65.— et gentes; VI, 443 : VII, 390: 
X, 35. — regesque; V, 49i 7M* 
VII, 56, 3oo : VIII, i4o. — regna- 
que; V, ai. — et urbs; VII, 354- — 
ancilia ferentes; IX, 480.-— ablKaco 
ianguine; I, 4^8. — ^thiopum; IX, 
517. — Asie; X, 3o. -»- Eoi; »5.47* 
-'— Gallorum feroces; 1 , 309. — ge- 
muere; III , 44^* '-' ^^ j^S^ Caciles ; 

II, 3 14. — longi iBvi j X , 380. — mor- 
tales; IX, 981. —^ natantes in caede; 
VII, 394- — nepotum; ib. ^07: VUI, 
87 1 . — profani ; X , igS. — tabentes 5 
VII, 833.— tellure i-e^lsi; VUI, 
309. — Populorum sanguis ; IX , 597 . 

— Populos deflere; ib. 170. — do- 
cuit ordo; V, i3. — excivit Fortuna ; 

III, 261. — flere Veta; VII, 707. — 
hic sanguis redimat; II , 3 13. — mo- 
▼entdamua; III, i5t. — r^vocavit 
in auxilium ; X , 5o5. — • tibi donat ţ 
VII, 733. — Magni numeitit; ib. 79a* 

— paventes terruit; I, tS^» — po- 
tentes; ib. i5^. — per populos Borna 
perit; VII, 634- — trânquiUa quies; 
I, 25o. — Scythi» duCj I, 367. — 
Populis adest; IX, 911. -— arma da- 
bas; IV, 801. — exbaustaJ domus; 
VIU, 253. — fata panderej VI, 5go. 

— parei; IX, 688. — prodei*e; I, 
633. — rapta est dies; IX, 1097. — 
relinquci:s; ib, 586.-^ unde somnos; 



POS 

VII, a8. — nrbs frequens; I, 5ii. -^ 
Gallorum Arctoque subacta; III, 74- 

— nostris incogniu 5 VII , 436. — om- 
nibus reddite nos hofttes^ II, 53. -^ 
centum Creta in arma yenit) III , i85. 

— comiuntibua; II, 73o. — fugatis; 
IX, 164. 

Porrigii Haemus juga; VI, 676. — 
se moDs; II, 399. -^ Porrexii undam 
ducij IX, 5o3. — Porrectce catenae; 
IV,4ai. 

Porro^ IX , 69. 

Porta Collina tulit stratas oaterYasj 
II , î 35. — Portas limen ; VI , aoo. — 
Portas intrare patentes; II, 443- — 
vi perfringere; III, 343. — - Portis 
murisque recepti; II, 704. — resera- 
tis; II, 507. 

Portenta; V, 284. — juvant Par- 
thum; VIII, 414. 

Portkor Aoberontis; III, 17. — 
vernuft delapsae HeUe8;IV, $7. — un- 
da 5 VI , 704. 

Porto : portas Pompeium in pec- 
torej IX, 70. --'Portans ancilia col- 
lo Salius; I, 6o3. 

Portus erat aequor , faucibns immis- 
sum ^11, 61 7. — sub Herculeo nomine 
sacra tus; I, 4o5. «» flexiora petuut; 
II, 706. — apud Portum sacri ceci- 
dere cadaveraj II, i34. •*- Portus 
Arabum; VM, 854. — quielij IX t 
43. — Portus pracludere^ ih, 39. — 
tangente carina; ib. 44^* — patrios 
ranescere cernit^ III, 5. — ad portus 
tendit ratis carbasa; VIII, 181. — 
Tela f«ratttur ; II , 6a3. 

Poscit cafflpos turba; VI , 799. — 
ore berbafr equas ; VI , 86. — praelia ; 
IV, 467.— te summam manum for- 
tuna; V, 4^' — PosdFnus arma; 
VII, 60. — latitantem; VI, 71a. — 
Posount Capitolia sacras laurusţ I, 
5187. — raense exta; VI, 557. — re- 
rum discrimina; V, 557. — Poscebat 
aquas; IX, 75o. — • Poposcit domum; 
II, 579. — fnrrum recta cervice; ih, 
5 1 o. — jure belii ; IX, 195. — Poscet 
sibi dtem Phoebe; I, 79. -— uxor fata 



POT 



3o3 



a marito; III, 353. — Posee caput; 
VIII , 785. — exemplar; IX, 563. — 
Posceret sibi undam; ib. 618. — Pos^ 
cere fata; IV, 54x. — finem a Supe- 
ris; Vin , 846. — sibi aquas; IV, 372. 

— Teniam; ib. 343. — Superos fi- 
nem; I, 669. — Poscentibus arvi» 
manus desunlt; 1 , 39. 

Possessor regni; VI, 799. 

Possidet Auster flatibus mare ; I , 
454- — semina rerum;^ X, aog. — 
totum orbem; I, 110. — Possedit 
latius orbem; VII, 4^0. — opes; IX, 
197."— Possederit omnem Italiam; 
II, 658. •*— Possessa Dictsis colonis 
urbs; II, 610. — - numine sedes; VI, 
3i4' — Possessce urbos; VII, 710. 

Possum : si potes ^y II, 8d!2. — 
superstes esse; III , 747. — quantum; 

VIII, 766. — Potest boc flamma; 

IX, 784. — plus Fortuna; VI, 61 5. 

— qua pejor fortuna; II, i3a. "— 
quodcumque; III, loi. — Possunt 
numina irasci; ib. 449* — videri; VI, 
664. — Poterat satis esse; VIII , 556^ 

— Potuere incumbere ; IV, 69. — - ne 
possit bellnm geri; VII, ^oj.'-'Posse 
boc sitim; IX, 76a. — nil dolores; i3. 
889. — omnia; V, a88.— pati; VIU, 
70. — Potuisse plus patria; I, i^^ 

— tanium; IX, i34. 

Post clades; IX, fi3. •— domitas 
gentes; VII, i5. — fata; VII, 47» ; 
IX , 374. — fiinera ; ib. ng. — funera 
Magni; ib. a 18. — se ut vivat pars ; 
VII, 656. — 8»cula; X, a63. — te ; 
VII, 693: IX, a43. .-. mori; IX, 
108. — terga redit; VIU, 7. — relfo- 
tus; IV, 353. «^ vota venit Fortuna; 
V, 583. . 

Poit»ritas mittet in svcula; VIU , 
•60a. 

PoâtgUam^ \ UI, 5o^. 

Postis reclusus; V, 53i. — Po^fes 
vâsti; X, 118. — in geminos discur- 
rit infula; II , 355. — Postibus Antvi 
pendere; II, 164. 

Potare latices; IX, 59a. — • Potu^ 
ne Nilum grucs; V, 712. 



3o4 



POT 



Potens abscondere; IX, 1040.—' 
libertate salva ^ ib, igS. — Dcus; Y, 
<)X. — eusis noştri Sulla; IV, 823. — 
leti animal ţ VI, 4^5. — pelagi^Y, 
5o. — regumj VIII, 534» — veri 
Paean 5 V, 199. — Potens auima ; VIII, 
^6a. -^ Asia ; IX , looa. — panacea ţ 
ib, 918. — tfrra 5 X, 3a4. — Potens 
monstrum ; VI , 635. — Potentis morsj 
IX, 170. — popuU fortuna; I, 109. 

— Potentem populum canimus; I, a. 

— Potentesj IV, 806. — aluat segne 
vuIgus^III, 57. — olim concurrunt ; 

II , a3o. — radiisj X , aoa. — nemo- 
rum Silvani j III, 4oa. — herb»; IX, 
893. — armatos plebi miscere ; 1 , 37 1 . 
-— maritos in cladem detrahere ^ III , 
21. -— populos belii semina mersere^ 
I, 159. 

Potentia cujus ducis sit ; VII ,281. 
— - diversa; X, aoo. — foimae; VI, 
459. — longa; I, 333. 

PotesLas altera, quam Caesar; IX, 
1077. — major Caesar; X, i36. — 
proxima lege prxtor adest; III, 106. 

— in aera; X, 24i. — mine fiere; I, 
4o. — Gaesari concessa; IV, 8a3. — 
Deo nulii auferre ; VIII , 63 1 . — ferri; 
I, 666. — ista violata Deos invenit; 

III , 1 25. —omnis CQnsortis impatiens; 

I, ga. — quondam veneranda; V, 397. 
— • nulla Romana; 16. 664* — rerum; 

II , 1 36. — sacri pontificibus permissa; 

I, 696. — sanguinis hosti concessa; 

II , 76. — senatorum j V, 4^* — sum- 
itia; VIII, 494- — sumpta; IX, 200. 

POTHiNUS eunuchus magnas apud 
Ptolernasum regem puerum auctori- 
taiis^Hy 95. — Ptolemeeo suad^t 
Pompeium occidere ,• VIII , 4S4 segq. 
— r machinaiur ccedem . Cassaris ,* X , 
333 seqq. — hortaiur per inlernun- 
dos j4c1ullam ad societatem belii 
contra Ccesarem^ ib. 35o segq. — 
Potltiniis et Achillas caedem Cassa- 
ris, quem inter epulas facile occidere 
potuissent, dijferunt in crastinum, 
ne in confusione nocturna Ptolemaso 
periculum crearetur^ ib. /[l5, — Po- 



PRJE 

thinus capiu plectitur a Cassare^ X, 
5i5. 

Potiri faucibus; IV, 160. — tellu- 
re; IV, 658. — ; Potitus mercede ; 
VII ,610. — pace; IV, 385. — porta , 
V, 589. — pectore Pxan ; V, i65. 

Potius^ IV, 793. — feriet Cassius; 
VII, ^bi, — pereant; ib. 555. — 
quam; VIII, 273. — velim, quam; 
IX, 567. 

Prcebeo : prasbet agger securos som- 
nos; I, 5i8. — cruor conamen ner- 
vis; IV, 287. — miracula; ib. fyiS. — 
Prcebebat Cynthia parum lucîs ; VIII, 
721. — hiema Rubiconi vires; I, 217. 

— victima coUum; I, 61 3. — Prce-- 
buit dies miracula fati; III, 634* — 
hoslibus obliquas alnos; III, 562. — 
lacerandas urbes; X, 45. — Prasbe- 
bum testes aequora , et terra; IV, 493. 

— Prosbeat sanguis validosictus;III, 
678. — Prcebere alimenta faciles ca- 
rinae; III, 683. — cruorem gentibus; 
I, 9. — cubile; IV, 6o3. — Deos; 
VI, 607. —fata sua Deo; V, 536. — 
manus; £&. 558. — pabula terra; VI, 
81. — stabilem carinam ; III , 556. — 
Prcebentibus arboribus auris frondem; 
III, 4 IO. — Pr^^entur munere fato- 
rum bella; III, 36i. 

Prcscedo : prcecedit ora; IX, 687. 

— Prcecessit omnes; VIII, 33o. — 
Prcecedere propera; VII, 744» — Che- 
las Virgo coepcrat; II, 692. — letum 
nati; III, 750. — turraas; IX, 4oo. 

Prceceps fertur; IX, 12a. — ibat 
in puppim; VIII, 577. — niit; VII, 
53 1. ■ — se.jecit; ih. 166. — tcndit ; 
VI , 14. — in omnia Gsesar ; II, 656. 

— cursus; VII, 336, 496. — bello- 
rum cursus ; X , 5o8. — mundus; VI, 
463. — polus; ib. 590. -rsaltus; VIII, 
654. — victor; IX, 47. — Prceceps 
ira; IV, 268. — rabies; VII, 474. — 
fatum agit. omnia; VI, 98. — mare; 
V, 640. — PrcBcipitem belii cursum ; 
III, 391. — cohibete ducem ; II, 489. 

— populum urgent agmina; I, 492. 

— in prceceps fata committere; V, 



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3oi. — laturi moenia; VII, 4i4' — 
subsedit; VI, 643. — PrtscipUi cur- 
au ora portus petunt; II , 706. — fuga 
navalia tenuere; III, 756. -^ viro 
sufficit^ (&. 5i. — gradu; I^ 49^* — 
profundoj VI, a4- "~ ""^^^ ruensj II, 
a 16. — saitu sub aequora teoditj III, 
760. — se pondere jaculatus; II, i55. 

— PrcBcipiter casus ^ V, 746- — cată- 
ractae^ X, 3 18. — dare populos; VIII, 
93. — - haesere rates; II, 21Q. — nuUo 
pudore; VII , 5^6. — per inania jac- 
tus^ IX, 107. — • Anxuris arces; 

IU, 84. 

Prcecepta subissentanimos; IV, 524» 

Prcecidere lucem ; VI, 34o. 

Pracipio : prcecipit sociis ,' ne ; II , 
691.—- jProf agerei ter limite j VI, i5. 

Prcecipito : ' pracipltat quodcum- 
queglacies^ X, 224' — Prcecipitant 
Crenusum nivesj V, tfi^, — PrcBclpi-- 
tavU Arar Rhodanum^ VI, 47^* — 
PrcecipitatersXe&'y IX, i48. — Prcs^ 
cipitare fata^ VII, 62. — fatis senec- 
Una; VII, 353. — hostes castrisjIV, 
209. — in casus dubios^ V, 694. — ) 
luctus; ib, 796. — Prcecipitasse se- 
nis extremum diem; II, 106. 

Prcdcludere portus classi; IX, 39. 

PrascorUa vitae merit» digna ^ IV, 
81 3. — in falsa linguas solvit ţ 1)47^* 

Pracordia dura ^ VI , 4^3. — tibi 
pressit^ IX, 81 5. -— circa hxc san- 
guis incaluit; II, 567. 

Prasda armis non est casa^ V; 526. 

— crescit j IV, 4^^* — luxum suasit; 
I, 162. — meis armis quxritur^ I, 
35o. •— nos furentum sumus j I, 260. 

— reperta lătrat ţ IV, 44^* '""' Roma- 
na 5 VII, 769. — victi Philippij IU, 
l58. — Proedam facilem urbem li- 
quere; I, 5i3. — in prcedam ducere; 

VII, 737. 

Prado felix ; X , 2 1 . — Prasdonem 
toto mari sequererej II, 627. 

Prceducunt nulula Phoebo ; VI , 
466. — Prceducere latus Ixto gyro j 

IV, 45. 

Prip/tfitomnia iiobis^IX, 1095.—- 
■ //. Pars altera. 



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3o5 



PrceUtUt arma togae^ IX, 199. — cui 
aras^ VIII, 457* — qucm păci; IX , 
229. — Prteferat pompa triumphos ; 
Vin , 733. — Prceferre letum timori ; 
ib. 676. — manes Pompeii Casio Jovi; 
ib. 858. — Praslatus dux ; V, 347. — 
Prcelata est gaza triumphis; III, 166. 

— PrcelaU regia cxli te excipiet; I , 
46. — Praslate Comate Ligur; I, 
44 1 • — Prcelata fronde Minerrae; III, 
3o6. — Prcelata suiş diversa castra ; 
II , 275. 

Praşficio : ptaţfeceraţ (quem) ar- 
mis; X, 35i. 

Prcelabitur amnis; IX, 355. —-Si- 
coris placidis undis; IV, 12. — Prce^ 
lapsus mcenia Tibris ; V, 76. 

Prcelia vocant fessos; IV, 394. ^^ 
premerent te; VI, 327, — campi; 
Vn, 3o6. — dira; III, 3i3 : VII, 
689. — media; X, i85. — Pontica 
lassi regis; I, 337- — prima; VIII, 
386. — superati Vâri; IV, 7 1 5. —> su- 
prema ; VII , 243. — ultima concur- 
rant; I, 4o. -~ committat mîles; III , 
325. — converti Ixtatus; I, 44i* '"' 
gerant; X, 532. — - gesturus consul; 

II, 278. — dira discordes paratis; 

III, 3i3. — saeva voverunt; ib, 127. 

— justa vocari; II, 54©. — • laeva in- 
staurat; III, 61 5. — pauca facili e- 
ventu gesseris; I, 284' — in prcelia 
casuras urbes moverat; III, 170. — 
coitur majore damno; II, 226. — 
menti stimulos addunt; I, 262.— -ex- 
terna devotas dextras; III, 3il. — • 
ruens miles; IV, i5i. —scelerata ra- 
piunt; II, 25 1. — venisse tantum ci- 
vem; II , 274* -— post prcelia Parthc^ 
rum sospes; ib. 553. 

Prcematurce rapin» segetum; VII , 
98. 

Prcemia miles feres; III, i3o. — 
belii ;I, 341 : V, 246: IX, 1067.— 
Mariis;V, 3o8. — servati civis; I, 
358. — io prasmia fratrum fratres;; 
n, x5i. 

Preemiuerc rerum seriempomp»; 

m, 75. 

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Prttmonitos nautai perducat tuba j 
II, 690. 

Prasmordens linguamjYI, 568.—- 
Prasmorsus carcer^ X, 44^* 

Pnenestina Fortuna; II, 194* 

Prttnosceref VI, 4^^- — casus^ 
ib. 61 5. 

Pr^rporot puppes; UI, 16. 

Prcepes subitusj IX, 66a. — tan- 
ttts;IX,688. 

Prasponderat alea £ati; YI^6o3. 

Prceponere Magnum rebus; VII, 
38H. 

Prisrupta cautes; VI, 575. -^ fofr- 
saj IV, a64. 

PreesaffM exagitant curas ; VIU , 
43. • — piebem paTidam terruerant j I, 
673. — belii capere; VII, 33 1: — 
seeleris; VIII, 571. 

Preesagus : prcesaga meltos; IX, 
lao. — belii; VI , 4'4' ~~* malor^un ; 
VII, i86« — Prassage malorum , An- 
toni ; II , I ai . -*• Prcesaga JoyIs teU ; 
VU, 197. 

i'riema natura j II, 3* 

Prmsen%em»i VI, 663. -- te; VII, 
677. 

Prwsepia plena ferunt culmos ; 
VI , 85. 

Prasses : prceside me Roma suppli- 
ciumpetatj II, 538. 

ProBsidei Alba numen \ V, 4<>0' 

ProBSto ( absolute } : prwsiofit pri- 
m9 aeies; IV, 3o. 

Prasstas mihi fidem; VIII , li^i. — 
PrcBstaZ nomon terris Hiberus; IV, 
a3. -^ PrcBsitdt annos immunes; VIII, 
^o4* -— noc plus victoria; II , 329. -— 
uox umbras; VI, 83o. — - orbem vin* 
cendum; III, 297. >— undis pacem; 
VIU, a56. -** Prosstabis campos sce- 
Ieri; VII, 854* — Prcestabimus im- 
munem; VI, 764. — Prwslate ani- 
mos; VIII , 266. — fidem victori; VII, 
730. — manuftj VIII, 548. — Prms^ 
tet boc sibi juventus; X, 394. -^ quis 
bella jubenti; VII, 563. — quid mibi 
fortuna ; V, 593. — PrcestiUrint quid 
tibij VIII, 323. — Prcestare, ut de- 



PRE 

ceat ; IX , 4o5. — caput fortune ; 
VUI, 6x5. — fulminibus caput; V, 
770. — caus2 senatus; IV, 21 3. — 
^oc mibi potest; X, 388. — jugnlos ; 

V, 370. — malis dolorem; VII, 682. 

— quid duci; VI, 234- — Pon^io; 
Vin , 657 . — quis potest ; V, 229. •— - 
sepulcra ducibusj IX, 236. -— ^m 
Deis; V, 4^. — victis salutem; IX , 
347. *~ PrcBStabiUir umbris honos; 
IX , 240. — PrcBSlandum socero ca- 
put; VII, 675. 

Prastiingens flamma obliqua lu- 
mina; I, i54' 

Prcesumo : priKSumptum robnr ; VI, 
418. 

PrctUntaU pericula fato mec ; IX , 

398. 

PrtBtereunt litora Lissi; V, 719. — 
Prceteriti memor senectus; II y 233. 

Prcstor proxima potestas lege ; 
III, X07. 

Prâ;torta puppis agitiir; III, 535. 

PravehtrU plagas ; X, 3o7. — 
Pr^ct^e&itur Asiam; IX, xoo3. Prm- 
vectus equo; VII, 342. 

Prcevenire bostem ; IV, 167. — 
ProBvenit metus; IX, 64o. 

Prcevertii tristia leto; VIU, 3o. 

Preces permixta ; VII , 375. — sub- 
missae; VIU, 594. — Precibus adest 
vultus; X , I o5. — tenuit fugam; IX , 
5i. — minisque evocat; V, 480. 

Precor^ V, 773 : VIU, 58o. — de- 
flecte ; V, 789- — parce; VU, 54o. 

— te, ut; VI, 593. •— Prceatur hoc 
te votis dux; II , 699. •— te boc solum ; 
VII, 98. — Precamur finem păci; 
VIU, 4^7- "— Preetdnw regna; ib. 
3i3. — Precer quid tibi; ib. 827. — 
Precari fluctua, et ventoa; V, 45 1 . — 
Precans populus ; V, 383. — Pr^ean- 
tis vox; VI, 517. — PrecanU parele; 

VI, 711. — Precandi bsecnobissum- 
ma; III, 339. 

Pre/Mit adversas rea pondere €amx; 
VUI, 23. — aspera câaases lieucas; 
1, 4^' — bellum; X, 478. — gcneri 
vcstigia; II, 652. — gravca interritus 



PRE 

iras; II, 5a i. — illos magna strages; 
ib. ao5. — membra rigcntia ; ib. aS^ 

— metni; VH, 34^* "" miles cubile ^ 
ib, 76a. ' — quemqae terroris imago; 
H». 773. — quo8 fortuna; VIII, 4^' 
— • se cura Deorum; V, 34i» — te 
fortuna; ib. 7S6. — ' solum orbita; 
IX, 694- — viâcera partus; V, 39. — 
▼ulnera mana; VII, 567. — Premi-^ 
tis orbera ^ ib, 870. — Premunt cor- 
pus robora; VM, 757. — fata; V, 
758. — fata mundum; VIII, 544* — 
gazas tentoria; VII, 74^* -^ biemes 
partem mumii; IV, 107. — hune gla- 
dii;VU,783.— illumtela;VI, 189, 

— plebem majora; I, 674* — saequla 
pectns; V, 178. — JPrwfit DeumPar- 
nasus; V, i33. — lumina; VIII, 6i5. 

— Meroen Phoebus; X, aSi. — Poe- 
noi cineres; II, 91. — tibi praecor- 
dia; IX, 81 5. — Pressere caterv» 
deyotum Decium; II, 3o8. • — domes 
Assaraci ; IX , 967 . — mânuita jugulis ; 
IV, 56a. — oculos tenebrx; VII , 616. 

— succos meduUa arboris; IV, 3 18. 

— Presserunt aera pennz; VH, 835. 

— sidera mortcm; VI , 608. — Pre^ 
mmt aratrum consul; VII, 4^* "^ 
hinc Dacus, iude Getes^ II, 54« — 
Premamus terras^ X , 49* "^ Preme- 
res radits Leonem; I, 656. — jPrc- 
merent arma; V, 8o3. — comua Tic- 
tim«; I, 61a. — te prziia; VI, 3*7. 

— teilnrem mortibus; VII, 848. — 
Presseris partem immensi aetberis; I, 
Ş6. — ' Pressisset arenas; VI , 309. — 
nubibvs undas; V, 6a6. . — Premens 
caniiie rultus; VIII , 56. — dubiam 
in templa impuHt ; V, 1 4^* — flatus ; 
IX, 33a. — frontem corona; II, 358. 

— Pre/iiifiir Jupiter ; I, 661. — na- 
tura; IX, 867. — putens ad fastigia 
eampi; IV, 296. — remorum tonus 
clamore; III, 54 !• — Premuntur 
ouncta ciilmioe; VII, 594. — fata; 
VIU, 367. — Premeretur soliun a 
parte poli; III, a53. — Premi arra 
paţiente colono ; II , 44^* ~~* Talie in- 
ter monies; VI, 343. — Pressus ab 



PRI 



307 



boste Romanuft ; 1 , 5 14. -^ ensis ; IV, 
706 : VU , 56a. — pulvis; VI, a8o. 

— turribus c^at agger; III, 398. — < 
Pressa Gaesare navis; V, 585. • — Prer- 
sum ab «there numen; ib, 86. — >dez- 
tra aratrum ; VI, 383. •— pondere ca- 
put; VII, 16a. — rostrum; IV, 44^. 

— Pressa siiTse cnrTato robore; I, 
390. — Pressi diademate crines ; V, 
90. — Pressa polo nubes; IV, 76. — 
Pressa membra ; IV, 648. ^- corpora 
exanimat rupes ; UI, 47a. — • Pressis 
noD est locns ; IV, 78a. 

Prendere litOTa; V, 576. — Pren- 
derat quo nixu, baesit manus; JII9 
6 ia. — Prendente Tix oculo modum; 
IV, ao. 

Prensarent robora ulnis; III , 664* 

Pressura croci ; IX , 809. 

Prester ; IX , 72a , 791 . 
' Pretiosa concba; VI, 678. — mu- 
rice Sidoo; III, 317. — Testis; II, 
385. — Pretiosa sepulcra; VIII , 729. 

Pretium mercesque; IV, aao. — 
belii; VII, 75o. •— cerricis; IX, a8i. 

— connubii tertia soboles; II , 33o. — 
lampados; VI, 353. — muainis re- 
cepti, mors; V, 118. — sanguinis vile; 
VUI , 9. — tanti furoris teUus; I, 96* 
— ^rirtutis kmgx : II , a58. — ai'boribus 
abstulit; IX, 365. — Pretio rapti fas- 
ees; I, 178. — majore petnntur; ib, 
aSa. 

Pridem debita; VIU, 4i5. 
Primavum corpus; VI, 56a. 
Primo {W, 247. 
Primordia gentis; X, 177. 
Primumy IV, 555, 660 : V, 386 , 

%7 • VI> 499 î '^1 ^7 6^9» 9^3, 
9a5! — adit te; VIII, a5i. -~ dant ; 

X, 3a6. 

Primus a litore oecUrrit ; VIU , 

ao4. — - bellorum furor; V, 36. — 

dies colit Janum; V, 6. — dux; VII, 

aa3. — • erumpat sanguis; VI, 555. — 

ferri moius; VII, 278. — hic eritmi* 

hi; IX, a4o. — mucro; VII, 56i. — 

Oriens; ib, 36o. — posceret; IX, 618. 

— poscens dux; IV,* 54o. — Orei hia- 

ao. 



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PRI 



tu«î VII, 714. —'«ol; IV, 65. -^ 
triumphus; VII, i4- — Priită acies; 
IV, 980. — accipit; IX, 117. — fi- 
gura; ib. 3o3. — froDs^ VII, 52 1. — 
lancea^ VII, 117. — moTit caputj 
IX , 700. — mundi lexj X, aoo. — 
niyis tabcs^ ib, 11S. — urbestenebo; 
ib, 90. — nox miscuit yib. 86. — ori* 
go mundi j VI, 6i 1 . — permittit ; X , 
33o. — pious; VI, 35i. ^— puppis j 

VIII, 590. — structura; VI j 64. — 
terrarum Libye; IX, 35 1. — testis *y 

VII, 71a. — tinxit sanguine lancea^ 
ib. 473. — tulisses nefas belii ^ ib, 
868. — viris sors; IX, aii. — vox; 
VI, 527 : VIII, 480. — Primum val- 
lum^ VI, 290. — Tulnus; VIII, 7a. 
— Primo cantu succendunt classica ; 
VI, 166. — cursu moenia rapta; II, 
653. — quoqi4e sole calens; X, 435. 
-— visu j IX, lo35. — certamine ; IV, 
6ai. — in limine Titae; II, 106. -~ 
nutet casura sub Euro; I, it{i. — 
Prind fregere; VIII , 298. — calores j 

IX, 607. — Seres vident Nilum; X, 
292. — tumultus; ib. 325. — yidimus 
niotus^ I, 254* — Primce Gades; IX, 
4i4' ""• ^»*uge* > VI, 4^6. — tenebrae ; 

IV, 44^- — undae; V, 5i3. — Prima 
castra; I, 25l : IV, 587. — poli sidera; 

V, 424* — praelia ; IV, 720 : VIII , 
386. — saecula; VIII, 83;. — vulne- 
ra; IV, 546. — Primos fugisse^ IX, 
271.— me ducis in ortus; I, 683. — 
belii tumultus visura dies ; 1 , 233. — 
Primos taedas mutarim ; II , 34^. — 
Primis humeris haerentia ; ib. 363. — 
a sedibus exsul^ III, 339. 

Prior adflatur; VI, 589. — arma 
capessam; IV,7o3. — ipse percussi^ 
V, 488. — pervenit^ VIII, 64i. — 
dominus;IX, 274. — /'nor fortuna; 

VIII, 3i. — mens; V, 167. — sedes; 

IX, 996. — ulla manus; VII, 475. — 
Priorem quemquani ferre ; 1 , 1 26. — 
Priores fer unt arma; III, 475. --- 
mores; IX, 5 20. — Priores comae; 
V, 143. — Priorum ducum fata ; IV, 
662. — Priores cultus deposuit ; II , 



PRO 

28. — Priores mensas aspemata; I, 
i63. — Priora fata; VIII, 23. •— 
Prius commendat; IX, 101 3. — ges- 
sisse; VIII, 419* *~" ieiâx quam; IX, 
1006. 

Prisci tori foedera; II, 34i , 378. 
-» P risca sanguine dignum robur; Vy 
27. — nomiue Encheliae; III, 188. — 
Prisci duc^s; X, i5i. — Prisca foe- 
dera; VIII, 219. 

Privatus^ IX, 194. — Caesar; IV, 
188. — mori timet Caesar ; V, 668. — 
Privata irajIV, 688. — senectutf; I, 
324. — viu; VII , 266. — Privata: 
curia vocis lestis; III, 108. — Priva- 
turn facere caput unum; V, 366. — 
Privato duce gesturus praelia ; II, 278. 

— non privata arma senatus dedit; 
ib. 533. — Privata loqui; V, 539. — 
non cupit, qui parat; II, 564- 

Privigni fuga ; IX , 5i . 

Privo : privaverit sceptris; VIII, 
498. — Privare te patrio sepulcro ; 
II, 732. 

Pro arvis utilur gurgite; VI, 377. 

— bellis tot civile dare bellum ; V, 
269. — caede dări veniam;IX, 1088. 

— Caesare; VI, 201 : VII, 544 : IX , 
85o. — causa pugnare; IV, 23o. — 
cervice daret mercedem ; VIII , 11. 

— cervice Magni dare; IX, 1024. — 
conjuge luctum amat; IX, 112. — 
crimine poenam metuis; VIII, 781 . — 
crimine tanto; ib. 827. — donoinis 
bella gerere ; IX, 257. — libertate 
partes faciet; IX, 97. — me petistis 
patriam ferro;VII, 261. — meritis 
precatur te; ib, 68. — munere; IX, 
1070. — numineestPompeius; VIII, 
860. —pace; IV, 227. — robore stat; 
X, 118. — sanguine merccs;VII, 
738. — se ferre mctus; ib, i38. — 
vera causa fabula decepit; IX, 623. 

— vulnere totum corpus; ib. 8i4» 
Pro ( exclam. ) fas! X, 4io. — fata! 

II, 98 : IV, 194: VI, 3o5 : VII, 4n. 

— funera; lA^, 23i. — furor; X, 146. 

— pudor; ib. 47, 77. — îSuperumpu- 
dor; VIII, 597. 



PRO 

Proavi; IX, iSa. 

Probitas <3e\iDxit amore ; VIII , 
256. 

Probo : pmbat calor ; IX, 352. — 
quis sumpserit arma justius^VII^aSg. 

— »e; VIII, 621. — spectantibus ; 

VII, 629. — Probaris in morte 5 VIU, 
626. 

Proeedit Ţinea ^ III, 487. — Pro-r 
cederet ungula Tauri; III, 255. -^ 
Procedere ad Deos alio vuitu j VI , 
736. — in axem; VII, 42a. 

Procella Gircxa ; VI , 387 . — Ema- 
thia; VIII, 2o3. — Procella urgente; 

IX, 1001. — Procellas invita;,' V, 
684. — mediae; ib. 583. — Procellas 
«entit aequor,* VI, 470. — tellure li- 
mens; IX, 446. — Procellis favitj 
ib. 116.— rapta ae({uora; V, 612. 

Proceres alii sollicitant; II, 279. 
r— castrorum ; VII, 69. — Hesperix^ 

X, 45o. — Romani; V, 10. — Pro- 
feram coelus^ VIII, 26 1. — motus^ 

V, 342. — pars; VIII, 1 19. 
Procul; IX , 944 : X, 256. — absit 

ut; X, 525. — adspicit; VIII, 743. 

— avertite; X, 34i. — avertant boc 
fata; X, i©i. — coUecla fragmenta; 

VIII, 755. — conspexere sedentem; 

VI, 575. — conspecta est; IX, 5oi. 

— ducitur agger valii; VI, 3i. — 
ecce; ib. 214. — effudit; IX, 491. — 
est; ib. 542. — bine; VI, 23o. — in- 
de; V, 5i6. -r- positus; ib. 755. — 
remotae terrae; ib. 745. — torsit se; 

IX, 822. — unde ; VII , 479» — »- 
quorejIV, 586.— arvis; IX, 34i. -r- 
arcna; VIII, 820. — tellure; VII, 
57. — Thessalia ; VIII, 602. — a ca- 
vemis; VI,642. — amuris;III, 375: 

X , 436. — a strepitu ; V, 726. — a 
lectis; ib. 19. — ex alto; IX, 45. 

Procumbit in aequora; III , 616. — 
montibus arbor; ib. 5 ia. — Procum" 
buni late nemora ; ih. 395. — oculi 
sedibus expuisi; ib. 71 3. — orni; ib. 
44o- — viat peracta caede; II , 202. — 
Pmcuhuitf IX, 482. — agger; IU, 
5o8. — Pmcumbat ut victima ; VUy 



PRO 309 

596. — Procumberet supra ducem; 
VII , 672. — Procumbere jubet sil- 
vam ; IU, 4^6. — terrae ; V, 36o. — 
Procumbens ferrum pondere adjuvit ; 

III, 275. — Procumbentes taxos; ih. 

419- 

Procurrit Macra in aequora; II, 

427. — Procurrere contra; IV, 772. 

Prodeo : prodislis in bostem ; VII , 

23l. 

Prodigium fuit illud; IX, 475. — 
Prodigiis terras implevunt; I, 525. 

Prodigus loto cen^u emit; IV, 95> 
—~ Prodiga rerum luxuries; ib. 373. 

Proditionis merces; IV, 221. 

Prodo : prodil bumorem arvum ; 

IV, 309.— Produnt omenta latebras; 
I, 625. — Prodidit arxnsi dangore; 
X, 4oo. — banc Pompeio fama; VI, 
570. — prselia ignis; ib. 279. — quod 
illi anbelitus ; IV, 623. — Prodide^ 
rant veritam; V, 157. — P rodam 
flumina lua; X, 285. — Prode Deos; 
ib. 181. — Prodere aves; VI , 4^8. — 
casus;VU, i5i. — populis quxcum- 
que monetis; I, 632. —secreta; X, 
195. — vati licet; V, 176. — Pro- 
dens fama ruinas ; VUI , 1 5. — ur- 
gentem pectora Pbcebura; I, 677. — 
Prodilus pulvere; VI, 127. — Pro- 
dita Pbaros; X , 355. — turbato vullu 
ira; III, 356. — senatas jura; IV, 
801. 

Producit lÎDguam in aequora; U, 
4^6. — Producere animam; IV, 796» 

— noctem; X, 173. — funus ad tu- 
mulos; II, 298. — vitam; IV; 377. 

— Prqducii concurruutin arena; ib. 
740. 

Profana mors; IX, 7^0. — Pro- 
fana ora; VI, 5i5. — Profani po- 
puli; X, 195. — Ptofanas manus; 

vm,55i. 

Profatur^y, 16: IX, 147. — baie; 

V, 3 18. — moesta; II, 337. — sic; 
IV, 701. — Profatus sic; IX , 25l. 

Profectoi U, 546: VI, 445 : IX, 
477, 1084. 

Proferi qiicrelas; V, 761. — Pro- 



3io 



PRO 



tulit OYO Datos^ IX, 902. — se do- 
nitts^ X, 487. — ProiuUrat Datura 
monstra; I, 690. — Profer ^ ÎL, 180. 
— Proftrre ierrum; VIII, 5ao. — • 
M popuJis; V, 90. — Profertur ad 
hostesţ IV, 763. — Prolatus ab ira 
calida ; II , 493. — Prolato auro non 
deeat Tenditor; IV, 97. 

Profieis nil; VII, 59a. — Profi- 
ciunt pocula; VI, 4^4- 

Profugus dux j VIII , 259. — per 

Appula rura; II, 608. — Profugum 

per divortia ponţi; II, 58o. — Pro- 

fugi a gente Tetusta Ccitse ; IV, 9. — 

Profugos Toxere puppes; II, 61 1. 

Profundum inexpertum; V, 4^'6. 
— moettum ; ib, 44^- ~~ placidum ; VI, 
268. — -pronum; IV, 43o. — rubnim; 
Vni, 853. — Profundi languor; V, 
449. — ora arctantur; II, 677. — 
tellure compressa; ib. 680. — - stagna; 
IX, 3o5. — iocerti stagna; II, 571. 
-~ Profundum medium rates tenuere; 
III, a. — Tastum semianimes subiere; 
ih. 676. *— Projundo abrupta terra ; 
IX , 3o8. — acies errare pateris; UI , 
559. — - clausa ; VI , a3. — interrupta 
ter;-a; IX, 335. — invehit molem ; 
III, 536. — mergi; IX, 54o. — mer- 
sus foret; III, 636. •— sparsa Peuce ; 
ib, aoi. — gemiuo tellus elisa; II, 
437. — rasto brachia jactare; III, 
65i. 

Profundus : profundi Ditis regoa ; 
1 , 455. — Profundo mari fortunam 
tentare; III, 509. 

Progenies , buicmaximus usus Ve-* 
neris;II, 388. 

Prohibere artus ossibus; III, 6B6, 
•— Prohibens victorem rapina; HI, 
121. —- Prohibet Circius Monoeci sta- 
tione; I, 4o8. — succumbere; VIII, 
70. — Prohibent arcessere; -ib, 660. 
-— cadavera jungi puppes; III, 675. 

— credere ; V, 54o. — socii; III, 637. 

— Prohibebunt fratres tela spargere ; 
ib, 327. — Proîube lamenta senare j 
VII, 706. — Prohiberet lunam tel- 
lus; VI, 5o3. 



PRO 

Projecit xstus pectoris; VIII, 166. 

— pinus hominem in undas ; VI, 4oi . 

— pondera curarum; IX, 96 1. — 
terga leonis; IV, 612. — vitom; ib. 
5x6. — Projecta locis yacuis; V, 788. 

— sub die; IX, /fia. — lingua; IV, 
755. — Projectum corpus ; VI , 588 , 
720. — Projecti enses^IX, 26.— 
post litora fluctus; IX, 309. — Pro- 
jecta armis; VIII, 735. — campisca- 
daTera; VII, 565. — corporajVI, 
626. — sub austro regna; VIII, 44^* 

Prolapsa jaceret; VIII, 4^- 

Piolea AIoei; VI, ^\o. — darissi- 

ma; Uf, 5^. — Gartbaginis; VIII, 

284* — Lagi ; X , 86. -— Lagaea ; ih. 

522.— MetelU; Vni, 410: IX, 277. 

— Fbilippi; X, 20. — stirpis; VIII, 
692. — parente indigna; VI, 4^0. ■— 
cum prole et conjuge; VII, 377. 

Promittere quid Musis; IX, 983. 
*— sibi )us totius mundi; II , 32 1. •— 
veniaro; IV, 5 10. — Promittit bis 
virtus locum ; IV, 36. — Promittunt 
flentes munera ; VII , 71 5. ^^Promi- 
sit sibl fatum; X, 4^^* ~^ Promisere 
manus ad bella ; I, 388. — Promise- 
rctsibi omnia; VII, 759. — Promis- 
sus sibi finis pugn»; IV, 535. — Pro- 
missa aurorae dies; VIII, 779. — mibi 
dies; VII, 255. — salus; IVj 235. — 
PromisscB pugnae classica;'!!^ 597. 

Promovet acies; VI>, 576. — Pro- 
moweat limine portae; VI, 201. — 
Promotus sanguine; VI, i46. — Pro- 
moto limite Varus Hesperis finis; I, 

404. 

Promptus pati ; VII , 1 06.— Promp' 
turn ad vulnera pectus; V, 320. — 
Fsjllis irosse; IX, 937. — PrompUs- 
sima in ferrum rabies; VII, 245. 

jPro/iK^a Bo'innys ; VIII, 80. 

Promis amnis; VI, 474- ~~ **^ ^^~ 
fas; ib. 147. —* inadrersos ictus stat; 
111,571. — ip undas ibat Titan ; i^. 
46. — repagula iaxet sonipes; 1, 295. 

— Prona viris mens in ferrnm ruendi ; 
I, 4^^' — Pronum adtollere; "VI, 
619. — eratprxbero; ib. 606. —pro- 



PRO 

(undum; IV, 43o. — Prono io bellum; 
I, 393. — lateri incumbit tuii)a; III^ 
648. — Pronunţ diem ducens Pluie- 
ton j II, 4i5». — " Pronam pinam ex- 
cit tieDS Erinnys; I, 673. — Prono 
Deo cedere; V, 5oi. — in noctem 
Olyrapo; IV, a8. — • milite acceptum 
bislluiii^ I, 393. — -Tertice ignis in la- 
tus cecidit^ I, 54^. — Pronw coma; 

VI, 643. — Prona morţi pericnlaj 
V, 693. — Pronior in Magnam po- 
pulus; II, 4^^* 

Propago Pompeii; VI, 589. 

Prope,' V, 239 : VI, 4u : IX, 
a65. — semiast» classes mergun- 
tur; X, 49^' "" ™^ "^^^^ Superos; 

VII, 298. 

Propello : propulit classem Auster; 
în, I.— mare; IX, 319. — Propel- 
lere lintea; V, 43o. •— Propulsa sil- 
va tuttinuit se; III, 444* "^ Propulsa 
cruore flumina; VII, 789. 

Properas ; VIII, 645. — Properat 
ire; VI, a84- — tentare; V, 3o4. — 
Properas VII, 83. — pracedere; 

VIII, 744» — Properate equitum ca- 
tcrvae; II, 498. — mori; VI, 807. — 
Properemus ad axem raundi; III, 
359. — inorbem; VIII, 289. — Pro* 
perans in fata; VIII, 638. — ruina ; 

V, 746. — virum mundo împonere; 
III, 393. — Properantis belii nnutia 
fama; I, 471- — Properante dcxtra; 
III, 18. ^- Properantesrnorua hor»; 
VII, 5o. 

Propere răpi; IX , 76 1 . 

Propinqua pnppis; VIII, 54» — 
Propn^Mumletum; IV, 737. *— val- 
Ipm; VI, ia5. -^ ▼ocare;IV, 177. 

— bostem orani; III, 3o5. — Pro- 
pinqua luce; V, 678. — Propinqui 
nulii coiere; II, 370. — pugna» mente; 

VI, I. 

Propior ab igne; VIII', 239. — 

Cornelia civili bello ; II , 349- — Inna; 
VI, 5o6. ~ mari Cynosuraj VIII, 
180. — mergenti sidera calo; IV, 54- 

— Propiore cultu frequenlantlucum; 
III, 422.— Propiora pignora; VIII, 



PRO 



3ii 



499* — Propiorihus astris flammas 
eripit; II, yai. 

Propius accessit Olympo; 11,398. 

— moveri; VI, 4'^« *"- «ecabat; IX, 
685. — timuere, quam nune; X, 47* 

— vidit ; V, 475. — videre ; VUI, 65. 
Propqntis^ IX, 960. 
Propositu'm vobis verterc cuncta; 

VII, 59. 

Prorce sublimi culmine stanei ; III , 
709. — - in proram rudentes dedit ; 
VIII, 196. •»— Prorts Latis; IX, 
1079. — Pron* naves ad terram vinc«^ 
ta; V, 4^^* "^ diductis cpmua ex* 
tendunt; III, 547- 

Prorumpunt agmina ; 1 , 44^* 

Proruta saxa; IX, 490* 

Proscindit vomcrlolcon; III, 19a. 

— Proscindere quercum ferro; III, 

434. 

Prosecla lavi cerebro ; VI , 709. 
Prosequitur vox fauces; III, ySg, 

— Prosequar umbram inanem; II, 
3o3. 

J^oserit Ceres segetem; IV, 4^ i* 

Prosilit fiducia; VII, a49* ""■ ■^'^- 

siluit^y, aio. — busto; IX, 3. — r 

puppe; VIII, 55. — Pro«7i>/i£ acîcs; 

Vn, 78. 

Prospera mutantur vita ; VIII , 63 î . 

— bella; IV, 387. — fata; VII, 4ao : 

VIII, 6a5, 701. — belii; V, 782. — 

bellorum; VII, 684» "— Pompeii; ib, 
708. — rerum; ib. 107. 

Prospicis moenia de rupe; I, 195. 

— Prospexit a rupe; X , 434» — . Pro* 
spiciat sibi flammas; IX, 235. •— 
jProipiaciM fluctus; VIII, 47* — ira . 
yel tibi ; ib. 644* 

Prostemit se; V, 80Q. — Proster*- 
nite mundum; VII, 278. — Proster- 
naj'populos; III, x3i. — Proster- 
nere canos pedibus; VII, 872. — 
gentes ; ib. 65^. — tantum ; ib. 534- 

— Prosternimur in a vum; ib. 640. 

— Prostrata jacent agmina; IV, 358. 
Prosum : prodest auxiltum; IV, 

645. — Basiliscus transactns ; IX , 
8a8. — - Supenim finem poscere; I , 



3ia 



PSY 



669. — nirofna scelerum; VI, 3o4* 
•^ Proderat nomen urhl; IX, ao3. 

— Profuit duraase per tot annos; II, 
367. — niilli sua «tas; ib, io4* — 
potuisae; IX, 897. — tua umbra ^ 
X , 6. — Prodent hoc ; VIU , 865. — 
undis ratis; V, 587. — Prodesse ali- 
qmd nomlnibuf ; YII , aao. — castris; 
IX, io5i. — Jovi Totis; IU, 3i8. — 
nives NUojX, aao. 

Protegit exteosus umbo galeam; 

III, 4?^* — ^® foribus clausis; X, 
44o* — truncum arbor; IX, 529. — 
Protectus ab ira Sitperum; II, 86. 

— Proiecta coma nomorum; IX, 627. 
Protenti crmibus bjdri; IX, 673. 
Proteus vates; X, 5ii. 
Protinus^ VI, 750 : VU, -33 : IX, 

83o. 

Provectus in «quor; IX, 10 11. 

Proventus Dovorum scelemm ; 
U, 61. 

Provideo : proi^isa bxc sunt duci; 

111,7'- 
Providus^iyi, 3a8. 

Provincia Pells Partbia; X, 5a, 

— ultima dabitur; I, 338. 
Provocat «quor delpbin; V, 55a. 

— For tunam; IX, 883. — iratas As- 
pidas; IV, 7a5. — jugulo bostem; 

IV, a75. 

Proximus labor; IX, 397.— Pro- 
xima erat; ib. 948. — caelo; ib. 35 1. 

— Graecia vires bello dat; III, 171. 

— lege potestas prxtor; III, 106. — 
muria Fharos; X , 5i i . — plags cutis ; 
IX , 767 . — sibi nox ; V, 8o5. — so- 
boles; VII, 64a. — tellus; V, 576. 

— urbis pars; III, 379. — viri» sora; 
IX, aii. — ponto rara; IX, 439. — 
velit litora ; V, 588. 

P ruin as Arctox ; VIII, 363. — con- 
specto sole non duraturx; IV, 53. — 
sparsae; IX, 7x7. 

Pruinosum arvum; VI, 489. 

Psfllus^ IX, 907, 911. — PsyiU 
Marmaridae ; ib. 893. — Psyllorum et 
veneni pugna; ib, 934. — Psyllis 
promptum est; ib, 937. 



PUD 

PleleoSf'\I, 35a. 

Ptolbmjevs Auletes in regnum 
JEgjrpti restitutus jussu senatus, atic- 
toritate Pompeii^ VIII, 56o, 573, 
595: IX, i3a, ioa8. — filius ejus 
puer a senatu rex nuncupatus ( elti 
non legitimus rex) ,• VIII , 558 : V, 
60 : Vm, ă8i, 448, 5i8, 536, 558. 
•—'Pompeii suo Jussu occisi capul jubet 
balsamo conditum adservari^ VIII, 
688. — ex Casio monte Alexa^driam 
venit ad Ctesarem; X, 53. — a quo 
cum Cleopatra sorore reconciiiatur , 
el cum Cassare epulatur j X, 107 
seqq, — a CcBsare obsesso Alexan- 
dricenullibi dimitUtur^ ib. 461 seqq. 
Ptolemcei munus, occisus Pompeius^ 
IX, a68, 378. 

Ptolemceorum manes; VIII, 696. 

Plolemais incesta; X, 69. 

Pubes bis sedeat castris; II, 47^* 

— glomerata ; VII , 53o. 

Publica belii semina ; I , i58. — fa- 
ta; II, a39:VII, 5i. — jura; IX, 

a49* — >igDa> ^I» 1^4* -^signa >«" 
quimur; II, 319. 

Pudet civem videri; II, 44^* ~" 
gessisse;X, 170. — impendisse; VII, 
617. — meminisse; VIII, 27. — nil; 
Vin, 4^2* — *I^o* servire; VII, 445- 

— te nibil, fortuna; II, 568. — te 
uri; VIII, 75i. — Puduit gcmentem 
mori ; IX , 886. — Pudebit gessisse ; 
VIII, 4' 9* — jurare; IX, 6oa. — 
regnare; ib. ao6. — Pudebuntqacm 
saeva; VIII, 495. — Pudeat^ IX, 
a66. — coactum vicisse; VII, a8. — 
/'tt^^en^ series; VIII, 696. — Pu" 
dendum auxilium; ib. 390. 

Pudor uv^re devinxit; VIII, l56. 

— arma furentum continuii; IV, 36. 
— - Fortunae Ptolemxus; V, 69. — lu- 
crijIX, 706. — non vincere bello; 
I, 145. — Bomanus; IX, 1060. — 
Superum; VIII, 597, 6o5. — terror- 
que buc bostem impulit; IV, 34> — 
timendi; VII, 5a5. — vester Magnus; 
ib. 38o. — Pudoris funera; IV, 23 1. 

— summi fata; VIII, 678. — rum- 



PUL 

punt fata moras; I, a63. — • vcnia^ 
m, 148. ■— vulnus; VIU, 349. — 
Pudori ceâe; VIII, 6^7. — Romano 
parcere; II, 5 18. — Pudorem tegit 
galea^ IV, 706. — timidom nuptae 
tectura Iuţea j II, 36o. — heu pudor^ 
ib. 708. — -pro pudorf ÎL, 47> 77* — 
Pudore solve domum y ib, 97 . 

Puer amat sororem ; X , 94. — caelo 
raptus j ŢK , 972. — imbellis ; X , 35i . 

— injussus flesset te 5 VII, 38. —im- 
pius^ VIII, 679. — Pellaeusj ib. 607. 

— reij X, 54. — Puerum crede 5 
ib. 36 1. 

Puerilia studia; IV. 178. 

Pugna dabat viresj VI, 26 1. — est 
de funere^ VI, 8n. — levisj VIII, 
38o. — longa; IV, 472. — nulla se- 
quuta est; VII, 53q. — Fsjllorum et 
▼eneni; IX, 934* — Pugnce "ăhcTi-^ 
mina; H, 599. — finis j IX, 232. — 
pars; ^11 9 ^^' — promissae dassica^ 
II, 697. — mente propinqui; VI , i. 

— Pugnam deposcite Totis^ II, 533. 

— lacessere habiles pinus; III, 553. 

— in pugnam fregere rates j III , 674* 
— - Pugna consilium eripere^ IV, 7o5. 
•—in pugna sanguine perfusus; VIII, 
375. — illa Phoceus eximius; III , 696. 

Pugnax Domitius^ II, 479 ^ VII, 
600. — Metellus ; III , ii\. — numine 
adverso; VII, 219. — unius turba 
carinx^ III, 647. — Telum; VIII, 
464. — - Pugnaces armis Lingones^ 
I, 398. — mari Liburni ; IV, 53o. — 
Parthi,III, 265. — celraejVU, a32. 

Pugno : pugnat ab alta puppe Ca- 
tus^ III, 585. — minaci cum terrore 
fides; II, 453. — non stare; IV, 753. 

— Pugnant pro Caesare; IX, 85o. — 

— Pugnauit fortuna; X, 3. — Pu- 
gnasset Averno populus ; VI , 636. — 
Pugnare cum generoj VI, 3o5. — 
ducem malunt, quam vincere ; VII , 
109. — foro; VI, 324. — pro causa ; 
IV, a3o. — Pugnasse sibi ; VII , 697. 

— Pugnatur ; ib. 1 1 4- — Pugnabiiur 
pro qna urbe; III, 92. 

Pulchrum csl, pati^ IX, 391. 



PUP 



3i3 



Pulmo angustat meatus; IV, 327. 

— rigidus; VI, 63o. — tumidus; III, 
644* — Pulmonis anheli fibra; 1, 62a. 

Pulso : pulsat xthera fragor ; VI , 
225. — atria Catonis; II, 238. — /*«/- 
sânt singultus os; VIII, 68a. — pec- 
tora reinis; III , 543. — animi; VII, 1 28. 
-^Pulsarunt Auximon al»; 11,466. — 
Pulsare pectora ; I V , i a8. — Puhans 
pectora spiritus; VII, 608. — saxum 
in xquore; VIII, 862. — Pulsaţi a- 
quore raontes; V, 61 5. — Pulsatos so- 
nuere fores; II, 327. 

Pulsus Deorum; V, 1 19. — gravi» 
trahit ilia ; IV , 757. — Pulsu saxa qua- 
tit; ib. 75i. — celeri venas movet; 
I, 629. — tridentis laxata tellus; II, 
456. — uno moturus limina; X , 4^0. 

Pul vis ater; VIII ,57. — calidus; 
ib. 376 . — coepit durescere ; IX, ^1. 

— compressus sanguine ; IV, 795. — 
exiguus; VIII, 867. — glomeratus; 
VI , 296. — longinqua pelil ; VI, 16a. 

— parvus; X , 38o. — pressus; VI, 
280. -'siccus; IX, 343, 5a3, 974* 

— tenet aera; IX, Ifii. — tortus;**^. 
455. — turbine torquetur; IV, 767. 

— Puheris congestus; IX, 487» •— 
Puhere enecat Baccbum; IX, 433. 
— • boc mersit verum ; ib, 577. — pu- 
tri cautes fluxerunt;III, 507. — squa- 
lebant fauces; IX, 5o3. — tecta rui- 
na; VII, 393. — e puluere undam 
corripiens; IX, 5o2. — - in pulbere 
raanes tenes ; VIII , 834* 

Pumex percussus; IV, 3oo. 
Punica bella; Itţ, i57 : IV, 737. 

— Cannarum temporfi; II, 4^* 
Puniceus Rubtco; I, 21 4* 
Puppis car in a; VIII, 564- — bos- 

tilis; ib. 577. — par\a; ib. 258. — 
pratoria; III, 535. — prima; VIII , 
590. — Pharia ; ib. 696. — tuU; z^. 
65 1. — congesto pondere versa; III, 
649. — Puppis in locum cecidit mare ; 
ib. 633. — socia ad auxilium; ib, 663. 

— sua de robore stat; ib. 570. — 
Puppi uncos inserit; ib, 635. — Pup- 
pim dirigit dexira Tclouis^ 1^. 592. — 



3i4 



PUT 



ferentes yenti; VI , ^'jo. — flectere ; 
Vm, 586. — hoftUem insUait; HI, 
636. — in litora dare; "VII, i53. — 
retinens ; VI , 679. — ad puppim per> 
Tenit; III, ^32. — in puppim rediere 
ratet; ib. 545. ~ parvara salix texi- 
tur; lY, i3a. — sociam enimpere; 
III, 600. — Puppc deşerta; I, 5oi. 
— • ima conditur; III, 619. — pen- 
dentia brachia lioquentes; ib. 667. — 
mpU mÎDor Argo; II , 717. — ab alia 
pugnat Caicus ; III , 586. — de puppe 
carinx injectare manum; ib. 610. — - 
in tignifera residens ; ib. 558. — Pup^ 
pes Caetaris; ib. 5a6. -— Cecropiae; 
II, 611. — exigu»; III, i8îi. — fere- 
bantluctus; IX, 49- — jungicada- 
vera prohibentur; III, 5 7 5. — muta- 
to remige victore» suos Texere; ib. 
754* -^ varios tractus gurgite duxe- 
niut; t^. 55o. — - mittebat in sqnora ; 
M, 709. — remi inhibent) III, 659. 
-~ cavas a litore solvunt; II, 649. — 
innmnerat praeparat; III, 16. — su- 
blimes convellunt; ib. 5a8. — Pup- 
pibus accessns obtulit; ib, 44* — ignis 
iacubuit^X, 997. — javentus aptior; 
VIII, 123. — occurrit; III, 704. 

Pnrganies moenia pontificcs ; I , 
693. — Purgandum gladio crimen ; 

VIII, 5i8. — Purgatua in ara; VII, 

777- 

Purpura funerea • lâna obsita ; II, 

367. — -nullos fasces comitata est; IT, 

19. — servit ferro; VII, aa8. 

Par^arcw* lapis ; X , n6. 

Purus JEois ţ VI , 36 1 . — Boreas ; 
V, 704. — gurgesj IV, 38o. — ne lu- 
ceret sol ; VII , 6. — Pnri caeli facies; 
II, 7a3. — Pura belii manus; VII, 
263. — fides; VIII, 57a. — terra; 

IX, 4^5. — toga; VII, 17 jPm- 

runi flumen; VI, 367. — Puri luna 
recessus; V, 547. — Philippi; VII, 
872. — 'Pura* manus serrare; ib. 487. 

/'ufeujmonti cavati; IV, 295. 

Puto : putat boc satis; X, 5a5. — 
illas tenebras csse mortis; III, 714. 
— necesse; VII, 3 12. — parva re- 



QUA 

gna , Indos , etc. X , 457. — Putamus 
damnum armorum; III , 365. -— Pu- 
tant Romanum pati ; IX , 392. —vel le , 
quodcumque potest ; III , i o i . — Pu~ 
tasti me vacuum virtute; IX, 5o6. 

— Putavit tutum; ib. 1037. — Pu- 
tem ; VII, 768. — Putes jaoere ag- 
mina ; IV, 359- — ne se sibi vicisse ; 
II , 323. — Putares mutare ; VIII , 
147. — jPtt«flre« quis; IX, 833. — 
Putaris; ib. 1026. 

Putrida nimis membra recidit; II, 

14. 

Putris humor; VUI, 690. — arena; 
IX, 699. — ora; ib. 434» — tectis 
avitis domus; VII, 4o3. — Putnipnl- 
vere cautes fluxerunt; III, 607. — 
roborepallor adtonitos facit; ib. 4i4* 

— Putres robore tninci; IX, 966. 

— arenae; VIII, 83o. — meduUa; 
IX, 785. ^^Putria rerum monumen- 
ta; VII, 397. — terra; IX, 526. 

Pyra : pyras suas struxere; III, 
240. 

Pyramides; VIII, 697. — Pyra- 
midum tumuli; IX, i55. 

Pyrenasce nîves ; IV, 83. 

Pyrenen desuper abripimur; I, 
689. 

Pyrrhus ferox; I, 3o : III, 159. 

Pythia ; VI , l!\og. — Pythia an- 
tra; ib. 4^5. 

Pytho arsit; V, i34. 

Pyihon serpens maxima; VI, 407. 

— Pythona occidit ApoUo; V, ^o. 

— Pythone extenso ; VII , i48. 

Q. 

QvA ; IV, 4o4, 587: VI, 33i, 
576 : VIU, 212, 465 : IX, 53i, 85a, 
956 : X, 210 : IV, 468. — accedunt; 
VIII, 227. — agebatse; VII, 523. 

— connectitur; IX, 5.— ^ decuit;X , 
83. — dedit; ib. 286. — dirimunt; 
ib. 3 12. — erat pronus; VI. 474* — 
exsultat tellus j VIII , 539. — fugi- 
mus; IX, 880. — lata jacet plagâ ; 
IV, 674.-— longissima sunt rcgua; 



QUyE 

IV, 671. -— mare mutatur; I, 684. 
— oppooit^ VII, 498. — pendetj 
VIII, 797. — protulit se^ X, 487. — 
»tetit j IV, 708. -^ Titan nimius; IX , 
383. — Totum esi^ VIII, 646. — to- 
cabat Natura j VI, 558. 

Quceris ferrum jugulitj V, a6a. '— 
jugum ; IX , 361 . — polos et sidera • 
VIII, 337. — Quterii, cum quo ca- 
datj VIII, 5o4. — exire; VI; 123. 
•— indomitos populos; IV, 146. — iter 
per arma; VII, 498* "- latebras; 
VIII , 780. —-nocte maritum; V, 810. 

— quod prxstet; V, 5g^, -~ sobolem ^ 
etc. VIJ, 347 • — tuu domus; X , 469. 

— vestigia ; IX, 965. — - vocem in de- 
functo; VI, 63 1. -— Quttrinms 8u- 
peros; IX, 679. — QuaBrunt agnos- 
cereţ VII, 4^^* — Nilum Seres^ X , 
393. "— QucBsiuit iram Superum; I, 
617. — quodIaxus;X, 167. — Qua- 
sistis finem armia ; VII, 344» — Qute^ 
ram exordia rebus noTis; VIU, a65. 
•— Quoaremus terras; IX, 869. •— 
Quare oognoscere j VI, 8i3. -* quid 
est virtus; IX, 563. — Quceriu, quid 
erigat Oceannm; I, 4' 7* — Queerat 
cuieres; IX, 72. — Quasrtre^ VII,* 
619. — de fato; VIII, 49. — dex^ 
tram; V, 980. — haustus undarurii 
fontibua; III, 346.— latices occultos; 
IV, 293. — pacem a gladio j VI, 24*' 
--pontero; IV, x49- — quod; VI, 
602. — sibi mortem; IV, 479- — tuta 
fuge; VI , 149. — ubi ait fas ; VIU , 
141---* Queesisse caput per truncos; 
II, 173. — fidem seeleris; IX, i4o. 

— libet; VI, ^^6. — opes; X, i5o. 

— muria latebras paTori ; II , 494* — 
nocentcm, leoti visum; II, 3 10. — 
Quearens exempla timori; II, 67. — 
reparare; IX, 1019. — sepulcrum; 
VIII , 394. — Quarenttm erumpere 
Tentum; III, 4^* *" l^^gno ^^\ 
VIU, 21 5. — QtuBreris, ubicumque 
videris; X, a84. — QuarUuri VI, 
811.— finis arrais; V, 273. — praeda 
armia meis; 1 , 35o. — ortua; X , 3o i . 

— scdes ruinz;ll, 73i. — Quasra- 



QUA 



3i5 



tur longo in «vo; U, 731. — Quari 
inter cadavera ; VI, 1 54' -~ litoribus ; 
V, 790. — quid esset; VII, i32. — 
quid jubes; IX, 566. ^-^ Quasitus 
faTor; VII, 726. — QuoBsita licenţia 
regnis; IX, 1074* — nobis jugulo li- 
bertas; VII, 4^4* — mânu sors; ih, 
309. — Qumsitum corpus in undis ; 
VUI, 719. — QucBsUi cihi'^ IV, 375. 

— Qucesilce aqux ; IV, 3o6. — Qua- 
sita cruore regna; IX, 102a. — per 
agros plaustra ; III , 45o. — Quassitis 
Britannis terga ostendit; II, 67 a. — 
Quarendi enses; IX, 209. 

QiMV^tor Gordus; VIU, 716. 

Quaiis erat ; VII , 1 3. — Tenit; X , 
437. — Quaies^ X, i45. 

Quam longo leto ; IX, 102. — • ma- 
gnum ; VI , i48, — magna cadas; VII, 
419. — magna crimina; IX, 1059. — 
multum liceat; VII, 554* — non;y, 
25o. — non ardua sit Tirtus; IV, 376. 

— parvo; ih. 377. — procul; V, 19. 

— turbidus ; VII , 1 1 6. •— quod siluit ; 
V, 112. — si; VI, 5o3. 

Quamquam confisus; IV, 667.— 
sint; II, 35o. — tectus; V, 538^ — 
vacabit ; VIII , ^\%. 

Quamwis (cum indicativo); IV, 
247. — e bustis; VI, 808. — elisus ; 
IX , 339. — jussi; IV, 769. — lapsus ; 

VIII, 8. — paTidi; VI, 661. -- sit; 

IX , 517. — urens flamma ; V, 8 1 1 . 
Quandoi IV, 8n : VUI, 211. 
Quanto securius; VUI, 242. — Iu 

dignior; IX, 5o8. 

Quantum libertatis ; VIII , 454- — 
mortis; IX, 680. — poens; VII^ 784* 
— -scelemm, et malorum; ib. ii4- — 
telluris;VI, 52. — Quantum^ IV, 
789 : IX, 137 , 984. — debet efflucre; 
IX, 774« — despicitur pontus ; V, 
638. — est, quod fata tenentur; III, 
392. — petat Natura; IV, 378. — 
pomituit ; IV, 385. — potes ; VIII , 
^66. — potest perire; VII, 535. — 
ralci; IV, 469: VIII, I23. — ttn- 
tum; IX , 461 : X, 60. 

Quanius couspectua; VIU, 319. 



3i6 QUE 

— puWii; IV, 767. — Ml Cxsar; VII, 
a53. — sanguis; ib. 317. — Quanta 
nox; IX, i3. — Quantam dare fas 
Cit; VII, 456* — ( mercedem ) daret ; 
VIU, II. — Quantum venenum; 
IX, 679. — Quanta mercede; VII, 
761 . — QnantcB manus^ ib. 36 1. — 
Quanta gaudia; IX, 949. — Quan- 
tosne tumores gerit^ ^ » 99* — Quan- 
ta parat; V, 669. 

Quare agite ; VIII , 389. 
Quasi coujuge victo; VIH, i58. 
Quassabile ferro; VI, aa. 
Quassant penates ; X , 479* ' — 
Quassantia tectum limioa; V, 519. 
Quassus : quassas nutaot turres; 
VI, i36. 

Quatit saxa pulsu sonipes; IV, 76 1. 
— templa pontus; VI, aS. — Qua~ 
tiunt dassica raundum; V, 761 . — 
Talidos rudentes; II, 69^ — Quate- 
rent lampadas armis; III , 1 5. — Qua- 
tiens flagellum Bellona; VII, 568. — 
Quatiente ruina ; 1 , 494* *" Quatl- 
tur formidine somnus; VIU, 44* — 
remis Corcyra; VIII, 37. — Quati 
lassata cervix ; IV, 6a4. — ^ suot visa 
astra ; V, 664. 
Que. Vid. £t. 
Queat noscere; VI, 4^8. 
Quercus sublimis in agro ; 1 , 1 36. 
— - Quercum praemia servati civis; I, 
358. •-> aeriam ferro proscindere ; III, 
434» — Quercus liquerant Sellae ; IU, 

179- 

Querelce causa ; VIU , 5x2. — Que^ 

reia digna mors; VII, 63o. — Que- 
relce pereant; VII, 555. — Querelas 
egerit pietas; II, 63. — in nuiuina 
effundunt; ib, 44- •" ruropens gemi- 
tu»; VUI, 87. 

Queror de Brutis; VU, 44o' — ^* 
parte servata; IX, i45' — hxrere 
terrx; ib. 8a. — nil de te ; ib. 855. — 
Quereris perisse; ib. io53. — Que- 
ritur, quod; UI, 49- — vulgus; VII, 
49. — Querimur nihil jani; 1, 37. — 
Queruntur populi ; VII , 56. — quod 
feiibo et strix ; VI , 689. — Querar 



QUI 

quid nira suppreMa; I, 3 18. — Queri 
de fatis et Superis; V, 76a. — Que- 
rens vulgus; X, Xi. — de te For- 
tuna ; VI , 787. — Querentis voces ; 
IX, 1095. — Querenti credidit; ib. 
iio5. — Querentes damant; ib. 847- 

— Questus Numam jussisse; VII, 
397. — tadte; V, 5ia. — Questa, 
quod rapuisset ; VI , 359. 

Questus exonerat ; IX , 880. — mu- 
tos sub tadto pectore rolvunt; I, 
a47* -— tenuere suos; II, ao. 

Qui borreat; VUI, 449* — comi- 
tum ; ib, 6. -— Qua debuit ira ; X , 
5x6. — non ulla tantum xnortis habet ; 
IX, 766.— parte; VI, 333: IX, 873. 

— via caede paranda est; VI , ia4. 
Quicumque^ VII , 3ia : VIII, 18 , 

ao3, 363 : IX, 398. — Di; ib. 990. 

— Qucecumque^yjW, 17a, 385.— 
es; ib. 746. — gen» ; IX, 538. — in- 
juriaj ib. i^3. — ora; ib, i^^i. —r 

QucBCumque nayes ; ib, 33i . — Qucb^ 
cumque arma; VII, 16. -— foramina; 
IX ,8x1. — Quascumque ppes fecit 
tuas; VII, 745. — Quacumque^ VI, 

3x6 : VII , 567 : VIU , 6a8 Quorf- 

cumque^ VI, 55o: VIII, 379 :X, 
179, aa3.— vides; IX, 58o. — Quiyt 
cumque campo ; VII, 80. — cura viro; 
X , 375. — ' sub die, el sidere; VII, 
189. 

Quiâam : qucedam aquae; X, a63. 

Quidem ,• VI, 64 : VII, 75a. 

Quies xterna ; IX , 67 1 . — crasti- 
na; VII, a6. — inferna; VI, 781. —r 
raovit furorem ; ib. a83. — nocturna ; 
VII , 732. — parta ; V, 373 , 5o5. -r- 
pelagi saeva; i^. 44^* — populi rupta; 
I, a39. — tanta, quantum. silent; I, 
a6x . — 'tranquilla per omnes populos; 
I, a5o. — vesana agitat quos; Vil, 
764. — Quietis long» armonim pa- 
tiens; II, 65o. — -torpor; V, 734. — 
Quietem dabat; IX , 839. — eriperc ; 
VI , 327. — ferre; IX , 394. — tene- 
bis solus; V, 195. 

Quiescit lancea ; III , 468. — pigier. ; 
VI, a64. — ()«ic5cn/it cineres; VUI , 



QUI 

696. — corda^ V, a 16. — • Quiescent 
cineres; VIII, 768. 

Quieia aqua; IX, 352. — hierosţ 
IX, 948. —Pharosj VIII, 5i3. — 
Quietum pectus; V, i49> — Quieti 
in pace; ib, 35. — portusj IX, 43- 

Quilibet : quolibet^ V, 789. — hos- 
te efifundere animasj ib. 364* 

Quin etiam j VI , 438. — agite j IX, 
a8!i. — auderetj ib. 748. — respicis ; 

vm, 44i. 

Quippe^ VII , a4o : VIU , 672. ~ 
ubi; IV, 75o. 

Quirini rapti secreta; I, 197. 

Quirites igDavi ; V, 358. — dubios 
in te transforre; I, 376. 

Quis ^ VI, 427, 4^8' — meminit? 
IV, 707. — metuatj IX, 837. — pos- 
sit; X, 337. — putet; IX, 269 : X, 
3i5. — sampserit justius arma, pro- 
bei dies; VU, 259.— Cui aliij VIU, 
642. — Quem non; V, 3oo. — Quo 
ne motu poli; VII, 3oi. — ^woiho- 
minum spoliare licuit ? V, 27 1 . — Quls 
cruor ; VII , GaS. — furor; ib. 95. — 
bic labor; VI, 49^» — rogus; IX, 
784. — timor; VI , 666. — Quidar- 
cesj VII, 81. — arma movit; IX, 
1071, — egimus; VII, 44o* — esset 
Roma; VII, i32. — feram plura; 
IX , 1029. — fueris ; VII , 689. — fu- 
gis cladem , ib. 82 1 . — horremus no- 
mina; X, 389. '— insequeris ; V, 3i5. 

— juvat? ib. 268. — laceras omnia; 

VII, 665. — lassas; V, 695. — me- 
ruerenasci; VII , 642. — mirum; ib. 
i85. — nune; VI , 196. — nune pro- 
sunt ; IV, 799. — obtenditur causa ; 

VIII, 339. — opus est; IX, 69. — 
perdis tempora; VIII, 53. — plus 
ausa foretţ X, 4^3. — preinitis or- 
bem j VII , 870. — prodest j IX, 828. 

— pulsas pectoraţ IV, i8a. — quaeris 
jsidera ; VIII , 335. — quaerimus Su- 
peros; IX, 579. — quod; VIU, n8. 

— sensus; ib. 749 • — spargis vulnera; 
ib. 35a. — spes te trahit; V, i3o. — 
tenes ; ib. 482. •— victo opus urbibus ; 
VII, 719. — Quo tanto criminelx- 



QUO 317 

sisti ; VII , 847 . — tempore ; IV, 44^ - 
VI, 571. — Quod patet; IX, 6. — 
ferrum tenebas ; VII , 587. 

Quisnam^ V, 521. — Quamam^ 
VIU, 278. 

Quisquam ,* IV, 559 > ^79 • ^^ » ^^» 
3i8. — arator; VU, 861. — barba- 
rus; ib. 38a. — Deorum; VUI,4^9* 

— Quemtfuam fallere; IX, 388. — 
Quidquam^yiy 194, 61 3: IX, 740. 

— audeat; VIII, 764. — quaerereî 
ib. 49. — Quoquam y ib, 5gi, — 
Quistfuamnej ib. 3i. 

Quisque cupit; VU, 52. — eos pa- 
vet , quibus ipse timori est ; V, 357. 

— nescit; VU, i33. — sibi dabit; ib. 
74o. — QucBque Yolatsibi; IX, 387. 
-— Quemque sua imago premit ; VU , 
773. — trabit suum munus; VU, 33o. 

— Qucegue gens; ib. 5xo« 
Quisguis^ VI, 77a : VII, 347 : 

VIII, 643 : IX, a39, 379. — de or- 
dine; V, 34. — amnis; VI, 371. — 
impetus; IX , io55. — Fompeius; ib. 
93. — spiritus; IV, 643. — Superum; 

IX, 860. — Quidtjuid^ VI, 670 : 
vm, 365, 5o2: IX, 61, 523, SgS. 

— xtas non expleat; VII, 387» "~ 
Arctopbylax desceiidit; VUI, 179^. 

— dares; IX, io23. — bomo estf 
IX, 779. — ipse cogitur; VI, 498- 

— licet scire ; IX , 576. — nare sa- 
gaci sensit; VII, 829. — non creditur; 
VI, 437. ■— paliere; VII, 703. — 
sumus bominum ; ib. 363. — umbram 
consulit; VI, 775. — auri; VU, 755- 

— regnorum; VUI, 812. — Yeneni ; 

VI, 684. 

Quo abis; VUI, 584. — abit tibi 
fervor^ VII ,75. — acciperet; IX , 
3o6. — cadant; VII, 462. — contu- 
lit ; VI , 68 1 . — emittere ; ib. 65o. — 
feruutur ; VUI , 5a2. — fugisse yelim; 

V, 759. — juvent; VIII, 4l4' — ^*~ 
tius; VII, 419- — minus; IV, 3o5. — 
plus; ib. 509. — pr«ponderet; VI, 
6o3. — redacta est turba; VII, 399. 

— sit; VIII , 98. — vos paYor abegit ; 

VI, i5o. 



3i8 



RAD 



TO- 



Quocumque^ IX, 58o , 884* — 
cabit;VII,8i5. 

Quo^fnolles stare; Y, 73o.—- p«rit; 
yill , 4^1 •"'' crescat j X , 219. — dedit 
sceptra ; VIII , 5 1 8. — erat mors j VII , 
634* — laboras; IX, a58. — ^Dondum pe- 
rierunt; V, 637. — permituiit; VIII, 
537. — posftet; V, 5ia. — prodest 
tihi, d<debit; VI, 3o4> — răpit castra^ 
decipitnr; VII, 760. — mm Tictus, 
ipaum ama ţ VIII, 78.— traxerit, an 
descendent; VI, 65a. — tulemot; 

VII, 3 14. — vacaret; VUI, 601. — 
Tidet Styga ; VII , 785. — nisi ; VIII, 
56;. — sit; IV, 716. — «i; V, 778: 
VU, ago: Vm, 3i 1, 806: IX, 1068. 

Quondamj IX, 357 : X, 609. 
Quotiesf IXy 4^4* — nascitiir; 

VIII, 408. — opus est; VI, 56o. 
Quotus ignis; VIU, 170. — Quo- 

ta pars; VII, 489. — terrarum pars 
GaUia; I , a84. 
Quum. Vid. Cum, 

R. 

RjBiDUS Auster; VI, 27. — Leo; 
ib. 337. •— Rabidum Pelorum; ib, 
G^. •— Jlabidi dcntes; X, 44^* '^ ^i" 
gantes; VII, i45. 

Rabies et furor; IV, a4o. — arsit; 
V, 359. — ceeidlt; X, 53o. —subit; 
VII, 5i. — iEolia; IX, 454. — A- 
quiloais; V, 663. — armorum; I, 666. 
— ciTilis; VI, 63. — Gallica; II, 
535. — hic est; VII, 55 1. — in fer- 
rum promptissima ; VII , 24^* — "*®~ 
dia ; X , 72. — miseranda ducis ; II ; 
544* — populi Cxsar; VII, 557. « — 
przceps; ib. 474* : — scelerum; V, 
262. — - Tjpfaoois; VI, 92. — vesana ; 
V, 190. — Rabiem perdiderat; VI, 224. 

Radio : radiatus ab ictu Phoebi; 
VII, 214. 

Radius : radii Cants; X, 226. — 
nasceutes; VI, 336. — potentes; X, 
202. — Radios concordes tulit sol ; 
V, 54a. — pali; IX, 904. *— Pboebus 
aquis fregit; III , 622. — Radiis com- 



RAP 

pellitur umbra; IX, 53o. — omabit 
manes; VII , 458. — Fhoebe premeres 
Leonem; 1 , 655. -— sidera presseruht 
mortem; VI, 608. 

Radix lassa; IX, 968. — TetusU } 
VII, 856. — Rădice oulla tenetur; 
IX, 434* — Radicihus yalidia; I, i38. 

Rado: rodit saxa; VIII, 246. — 
radens Salemi culta Siler; II, 4^5. 

RanU divitiit graTes; IX, 36i. -* 
rore madentes; IV, 317. -— Ramis 
insistere; III, 407. — Ramos nudos 
efTundens quercus; I, 139. — Ramis 
connexis aera cingens lucns ; III, 4<>o* 

Rapax turbo; V, 595. — - Cioga; 

IV, 21. — Crustumium; II y 4^* 
Rapidus actas; IX, 3i. -— amnis; 

VIU , 445. — cursus; VII, 460 : VUÎ, 
47a — Ganges ; VIII , 227. — gurges; 

V, 234. — Hiberus; IV, 335. — san- 
guis; VII, 176. — Tigris; UI, 256. 

— TiUn; IX, 3l3. — Rapidiwx^ev 
Heliesponti fretum; II, 6; 5. — R«k- 
pido dente ferarum; X ^517. — - Ra- 
pidum defectis iter; III, 337. — fa- 
tum; IX, 786. — fonlem ferens In- 
dus ; III , 235. — agmen moenibus de- 
▼olvit; II, 491. — Rapidi axes; VI, 
464. — ignes; X, 2 II. •— Rapidoa 
uncos puppi inserit ; III , 635. 

Rapina victorem probibens; III, 
lai.. — trişti templa spoliantur; ib, 
167. — RapincB aeqnorea; IX, 222. 

— bostiles luxum suasere; I, 16a. -— 
s»v«; IX, 4o. — segetam;VlI, 98. 

Rapio : răpit agmina; I, 3a8 : IV, 
717. — castella; VI, 269. — eastra; 

VII, 761. — C88US omnia; ib. 487. — 
cursas ; V, 4^3. — flammas; VIII, 
745. — gressus; III, 1 16, — instru- 
menu belii; X, 4oa. -— Letlie secreta 
Deum; V, 222. — Oceanum sol;X, 
260. — omnia c»lo ; IX , 543. — ossa ; 

VIII, 786. — e rogis; VI, 534. — 
saltus pardum ; ib. i83. -* spes men- . 
tem;i^. 29. — sudorem tellut^IV, 
629. — Rapiunt quemqşe^ m prsdia; 
II , 25 1. — Rapiebat claasem in undas; 

IX, i65. — Rapuit cruentus rictor 



k 



RAP 

recisoi yultus ; II , 1 1 1 . — fatum; IX, 
8a5. — - fata; ib, 689. — iter miles; 
IV, i5i.— tura sepulcro; VI, 5a6. 

— Rapuere caria» incendia ; lU^ 684* 
•— ignem; X^ 499* "^ mares cultut; 
I, i65. •— morteg suas yictori; II, 
157. —nefast X , 4^8. — nubes nim- 
bofl fuga; IV, 70. — socerum a san- 
guine, X, 7. — venti carioas^ III, 
46. — Rapiat quid corpore; YI, 588. 

— Rapiant quidquid^ VII, 757. —• 
Raperet te mare ; V, 689. — Rapere^ 
iis fructum amoris^ "VII, 3a. — Ra- 
puisset boc nato ; YI , SSq. — Rapere 
beUum; Y, 4^ — letum; lY^ 345. 

— Rapiens igoem fulmen ; 1 , 534> — 
incendia yentus^ III, 5oi. ~- nomen 
imperii; Y, 390. — - Rapiente polo; 
YII, 3. -— Rapturus dextram suam 
procumbit; III, 616. — - moenia igni-> 
bus; ih. 99. —^ Raptura artug e fauci- 
bus; YI , 553. — Rapitur^ YUI, 66a. 

— matrona per urbem; I, 676. — • 
umbris; YIII , 5o5. ^^Rapimur^ YIII, 
5aQ. — Rapiuntur opes a victis; YII, 
746. — pareutum colla; lY, a5i. — 
sxcula casu; YII, 44^* "^ RapiMur 
in undas ; IX , 376. -— Răpi rates ; Y, 
458. — signa jussit; IX , 791. — ju- 
bet monstra; I^ 590. — juisa urbs; 
1 , 4^4* ^^ metuens; IX, 4^3. — Ra^ 
piendoB arcet; YI, i4* — Raptus ab 
ara Yettaliignii; I, 549* *-*